CoachNet is a member of the Association of Coach Training Organizations and Integrated Coach Training is Approved Coach Specific Training Hours, as recognized by the International Coach Federation.
The CoachNet Training Team
Jonathan Reitz, MCC is CoachNet’s Director for Training and Chief Movement Leader. He is also the primary architect of Integrated Coach Training. Jonathan has been coaching since 1996 and has worked with over 500 clients in the church, the non-profit sector, and the business world. Jonathan holds the Master Certified Coach (MCC) credential in the International Coach Federation. He is also a Senior Trainer for the Harrison Assessment. Jonathan is an ICF Registered Mentor Coach and serves as the Vice President of the ICF’s Cleveland Chapter. Contact Jonathan at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 440.665.2413.
Judy Pence, ACC serves as CoachNet Global’s Operations and Administration Director. With experience in both the corporate and non-profit sectors, Judy manages all of the day-to-day activity in the CoachNet world including client services, financial administration, and human resources. As the daughter of a pastor, she has always been involved in ministry and has a passion for outreach ministries. Contact Judy at email@example.com or by phone at 216.857.0085.
Amy Glazer, ACC is the Director of Coaching Community. She lives in Medina, Ohio with her husband, Jon. A 20+ year veteran of churches and not-for-profit organizations, Amy specializes her coaching practice by working with women leaders who are focused on using their gifts to develop the people around them. Amy received her ACC is 2016 and joined the CoachNet Training Team in early 2017. Amy and Jon are HUGE Georgia Bulldog fans. Contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 330.936.3768.
Joel A. Oliver PCC (ICF), AGCC 3, CCLC is CoachNet’s Assistant Director of Training. He and his wife Sherry live in St. Louis, Missouri. Joel holds the PCC credential from the International Coach Federation and has been coaching since 2010. His coaching specialties are marriage coaching and developing leaders in ministry organizations. He also serves the Southern Missouri District of the Assemblies of God in coaching. Reach Joel at email@example.com or by phone at 314.610.8734.
Kevin Weaver, ACC has 30 years in ministry and has a heart and passion for church revitalization. Along with his wife and ministry partner, KyAnne, who is an author and teacher, Kevin has worked to plant and revitalize churches and ministries in several states and countries around the world. He is the CEO of Network 211, an online evangelism tool. Kevin holds the Associate Certified Coach credential in the International Coach Federation. Kevin can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 620.717.2999.
Rainer Kunz, EdD, ACC has been coaching leaders and organizations for over 20 years. ACC LogoAs a credential holder (ACC) with the International Coach Federation, Rainer provides skilled coaching for groups and individuals. Helping individuals and organizations reach their goals is his calling. Rainer and his wife, Susan, have been married for 35 years and have five children. Reach Rainer at email@example.com or by phone at 360.362.3698.
Dave Brunelle, ACC lives in Garfield Heights with his wife of 28 years, Carole. After fifteen years in public safety, Dave pastors the church he helped plant 15 years ago. He got into coaching as a way to extend God’s Kingdom in communities and the people who live there. He has his ACC credential and loves working with church planters and ministry leaders. The Brunelles have eight kids, three sons-in-law, two grandchildren, two dogs, and one really cool motorcycle. You can email Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 216.224.7625.
John Mocko, ACC was born in central New York as one of five children in a family valued hard work. While attending the United States Air Force Academy, John formed disciplines of honesty, sacrifice, and determination. Faith has always been an essential part of his life, which led to a call to pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). John served congregations in New York, Pennsylvania, Colorado and North Carolina. John and Caroline have a blended family of nine children, sixteen grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. John has enjoyed coaching since 2006. “I take seriously the fact that we have two ears and one mouth, so listening to others is what I love to do,” says John.