Meet Angie Hamstead, Founder + Facilitator
Angie is passionate about the creative process of designing and facilitating retreats and workshops, where her talents and passions intersect for the good of others. This avenue of personal and professional support is infused with the desire to support others toward self-care, healthy management of energy, highly effective communication and intentional living.
Her mission in founding The Hozho Project is to
through personal growth that encourages professional excellence.
Over a span of 25 years working within the educational and non-profit realms, Angie Hamstead has facilitated hundreds of presentations; both small and large group, interactive sessions. A native of Atlanta, GA who embraces Knoxville as home, Angie earned her degrees from Spring Hill College (Bachelor of Arts in Communications/Business) and Georgia State University (Masters in Education).
Angie has served in a multitude of positions within the educational and non-profit realms including classroom teacher, instructional coach, team leader, project manager, professional development specialist and college adjunct professor. Additionally, Angie has earned certifications by The Consortium for Social Enterprise Effectiveness (CSEE) at the University of Tennessee , Advanced Cognitive Coaching training through the Center for Cognitive Coaching and a specialization in Positive Psychology from The University of Pennsylvania.
With your S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Results-Focused and Time-Bound) goals in mind, Angie will design a customized session or series of sessions best suited to exceed your desired outcomes.
Thank you for your presence. Please connect via the contact page, LinkedIn and Facebook. I look forward to our engagement moving forward.