My name is Evan and I have spent my life dedicated to learning and the pursuit of unique experiences. I worked in the service industry for 13 years before finally breaking into a new career as a special needs instructional assistant. I have lived abroad in Southeast Asia and Nicaragua and am constantly looking for the next excuse to skip town. On the side, I practice Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and take in all that Oregon has to offer. I believe balance and awareness are two of the most important pieces of a meaningful life. As a coach, I work with people in the service industry who are ready to pursue change on a global scale. I help my clients narrow down what they want that trip of a lifetime to look like and how to prepare for it mentally, physically and emotionally. You will have a greater sense of awareness and confidence in your ability to navigate different situations internationally. By the end of our time, you will feel grounded in yourself stepping onto that plane and into the great unknown. I look forward to working with you as we shape your dreams into reality.
Feroshia Knight is the author of Become the Successful Coach You Are Meant to Be, as well as countless coach training manuals and trade articles. Vibrant, enthusiastic and highly inventive, she is also the proud creator of Whole Person Coaching (WPC) – the most effective way to craft holistic, sustainable outcomes
in every aspect of life.
Feroshia’s mission is to help others find their own way. So, for the past three decades, she has leveraged WPC along with her abilities to sense and unmask the most obscure stopping blocks in individuals and businesses alike. A playful yet compassionate nature allows her to reveal deeper truths, creating a safe space for self-exploration and revelation.
As a coach, speaker, educator, and all-around illuminator of human potential (yes, it’s as much fun as it sounds like!), Feroshia has helped thousands achieve their ideal future as powerful, innovative beings. When she isn’t doing that, she’s probably singing, dancing or walking the pups… usually all three, if we’re being honest.