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Andrea DeWitt

June 22, 2023
Andrea Mein DeWitt's book cover

Andrea Mein DeWitt‘s (M.Ed., EDU 1986) new book, “Name, Claim & Reframe-Your Path to a Well-Lived life” (Hatherleigh Press, December 2022) was featured on NBC’s TODAY Show as the best motivational read for 2023. A certified life and leadership coach, Andrea teaches leaders tools and new perspectives that truly change how they see themselves and how they navigate the changes they want to make in their life. Her practical approach to navigating life’s challenges centers around the NCR Toolbox-Name, Claim and Reframe®; Balance your energies, stand by your core values, and create the life you want to live.  

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