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Kristen Ivy
Kristen Ivy
Executive Director at Orange
Kristen Ivy is President at Orange (The reThink Group, Inc.) and Co-Founder of The Phase Project. With a background in secondary education, Kristen is also an ordained pastor and holds a Master of Divinity from Mercer University’s McAfee School of Theology. Kristen is the co-author of twenty-four books including the 18-part Phase Guide Series. She and her husband Matt live in Cumming, Ga. and are busy parenting three amazing kids: Sawyer, Hensley, and Raleigh.
Topics:
Large Group Experiences for Adults, Leadership Training, Parenting and Marriage, Small Group Leader Training, The Phase Project
About
Kristen Ivy is President at Orange (The reThink Group, Inc.) and Co-Founder and Director of The Phase Project. Kristen and her husband Matt live in Cumming, Ga. and are busy parenting three amazing kids: Sawyer, Hensley, and Raleigh. Before beginning her career at Orange in 2006, Kristen earned her bachelors of education from Baylor University in 2004 and a Master of Divinity from Mercer University in 2009. She worked in the public school system as a high school Biology and English teacher where she learned firsthand the joy of working with teenagers. At Orange, Kristen has played an integral role in the development of the elementary, middle school, and high school curriculums and has shared her experience at speaking events across the country. Kristen is the co-host of the Parent Cue Live podcast for parents. She is also co-author of twenty-four books, including the 18-part Phase Guides series
Kristen Ivy
Favorite Topics
For Parents: Inspirational, Large Room Talks: It’s Just a Phase. So, Don’t Miss It Navigating Critical Issues (Health, Sex, and Technology) at Every Phase Six Things Every Kid Needs. Practical, Breakout-style talks: Making the Most of the Preschool Years Making the Most of the Elementary Years Making the Most of the Teen Years. For Educators, Leaders, and Volunteers Partnering with Parents Making the Most of the Preschool Years Making the Most of the Elementary Years Making the Most of the Teen Years It’s Just a Phase. So, Don’t Miss It Get More Involved in The Everyday Lives of Preschoolers Make the Tween Years a Bigger Deal Be Consistently Present for a Few Partnering with Parents 5 Mistakes of a Small Group Leader
Cost Range
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Kristen Ivy

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