Executive Committee of the Gay Coaches Alliance

Executive committee officers serve for a 4 year term.

Our current officers are:


President
Harry Faddis

is a professional Life Coach and Spiritual Director, working mainly with gay men, focusing on Male Issues: spirituality, eroticism, career, finances, and personal power. He is a co-founder of The Gay Coaches Alliance. He practices Tae Kwon Do and was awarded a 3rd Degree Black Belt in November, 2015. He’s a follower of 12-Step Programs and enjoys living in Recovery and, in his free time, paints and writes poetry.


Vice-President
Garry Schliefer

Publisher of Choice the Magazine of Professional Coaching www.choice-online.com 
I am a business coach specializing in helping those who own their own business. Garry is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and a member of the International Coach Federation

Secretary
Terry Hildebrandt

Dr. Terry Hildebrandt is an entrepreneur, executive coach, organization development consultant, coach educator, coaching supervisor, and author.


Treasurer
Patrick Boze

Patrick is a New York State board certified, professional coach who offers bi-weekly group and individual coaching sessions in New York City, Fort Smith, Arkansas, and online. He also provides on-demand sober companionship worldwide, or can refer you to a coach who can provide those services 24/7.

Members at Large:

Tim Kincaid

Helping leaders, teams, and organizations to be more focused, effective, and successful is what I do. I offer executive coaching, and consulting in change management, leadership development, and strategic communications. Adult learning, leadership development, collaboration, and transformation are central to my work. I also create and lead professional development workshops on behalf of major employers and organizations.

Adam Robersmith

A spiritual director serves as a companion on the journey of life and spiritual growth. I focus on the work of spiritual formation: my clients seek deep connection with the Holy as they understand it and, therefore, want to engage with spiritual practice, theological understanding, ethical living, and contemplative reflection to nurture that connection.

Brian Gorman

Guiding You to Successfully Navigate Even the Most Difficult Change