My name is Wendy Coop and I am a disabled veteran, minister, military spouse, and chaplain for entrepreneurs.
What is a chaplain for entrepreneurs?
Being a chaplain for entrepreneurs means I provide spiritual support (via coaching and counseling) for entrepreneurs, startups, and other business owners. This support may be for the entrepreneur, but it can also be a benefit for the small business owners team.
Are you an entrepreneur?
Yes, I am also an entrepreneur. I have started many businesses over the past 16 years and I add to my business knowledge all the time. In addition to my personal experience, I have a B.S. in Business Administration (specializing in Human Resources) and I am a former business/computer teacher.
What is your education?
I received my B.S. in History from the United States Naval Academy. I followed that with a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Baltimore and an A.A. in Mass Communications from the Community College of Baltimore County.
Currently, I am in the Master of Divinity (M. Div.) program at Liberty University where my concentration is Community Chaplaincy. I am also a certified holistic health coach gaining my certification from the Insititute for Integrative Nutrition.
With a background as a naval officer, in human resources, and health and wellness, I can provide you with guidance and service in support of the development of your whole person.
The core of chaplaincy is to be able to provide spiritual care in order to help you be whole again. That help may come in times of stress, ill-health, or even after a trauma. Whatever the reason, I am here to help you be whole again — regardless of your spiritual beliefs.
It is my pleasure to be able to help you on your spiritual journey.