We are a group of three women working together to bring education and connection to the women of the Missouri Valley. 


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Potential

power

Presence

Leadership skills are not just for managers. Every woman, whether a first-year college student, stay-at-home mom or business owner can develop personally and professionally.
Leadership skills give women the power to improve their lives and their community. Education and training increase confidence and competence to speak up and charge forward.
Balancing personality and individuality with communication and confidence lends a magnetic presence. Find your voice and your authentic style.

Lisa Goetz

Lisa Goetz is a Licensed Professional Counselor, and founded Corner Post Counseling, PLLC in 2016.  Her lifelong dream of having horses as team members is now a reality.  She also travels to rural of areas of North Dakota to provide in office counseling.  Her main office is located in the heart of downtown Bismarck.  She is a Licensed Professional Counselor who is trained in Eye Movement and Desensitization (EMDR) therapy.  She is certified in: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, Equine Assisted/Facilitated Psychotherapies (Equine Counseling), Complex Trauma in Children, and Military Children and Families.

Lisa received her Masters of Science, Counseling, from the University of Mary, ND, in 2013.  She completed her internship at the North Dakota State Hospital.  Her Bachelors in Science, Psychology Concentration, Certificate in IT Security and Health Care Leadership she received from Charter Oak State College, CT.  

Lisa worked in the insurance industry for approximately 9 years prior to completing her Masters degree.  Her prior work history is diverse: she co-owned a business with her husband, was an assistant manager in retail, was an independent contractor, and a team member in the workforce for various companies.

Lisa is a member of the North Dakota Counselor Association, North Dakota Mental Health Counselors Association and Northern Plains Equine Assisted Practitioners.

Lisa grew up in Arizona and moved with her family to North Dakota in 2002.  She lives on a small farm with her family.  Her hobbies are riding, driving and working with her horses, gardening, reading and spending time with her family.  She has been married for over 20 years and has 3 children.  

Lisa’s special interest is helping others grow, helping them strive to reach their fullest potential and their dreams!

Jeanne Hettich Farnsworth, LPC

Jeanne Hettich Farnsworth is a Licensed Professional Counselor, practicing in an agency setting in Bismarck. She specializes in child and adolescent trauma therapy, and is trained in Trauma Focused cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Parent Child Interaction Therapy, among others.

She graduated from Minnesota State University Moorhead in 2012 with her Bachelor’s in Communication Studies & Spanish, with a minor in Leadership.  She graduated from MSUM again in 2014 with her Master’s in College Counseling. Prior to entering the counseling field, she worked in various positions at Minnesota State University Moorhead providing leadership training to student groups across campus, and planning large events.

Jeanne believes in strengths-based leadership as well as servant leadership. Her interest in leadership started when she became a Student Orientation Counselor at MSUM, and subsequently assisted in hiring and training of orientation counselors. Learning from powerful, poised women, and seeing how women and men differed in job interviews led her to her passion of leadership training for women. She has dreamed of being involved in an event like Prowess since then.

Jeanne is from South Dakota, where she grew up in the small town of Roscoe. She enjoys traveling with her husband, Stephen, especially taking 5,000 mile road trips. She also teaches children’s yoga classes at Transitions Yoga, and is studying towards her RYT-230.

Christina Sambor

Christina Sambor is a 2014 Bush Foundation Fellow, the Coordinator of FUSE - the statewide anti-trafficking coalition in North Dakota, the Director of the North Dakota Human Trafficking Task Force, and co-chair of the Attorney General’s Human Trafficking Commission. In her various roles, Christina works with non-profit partners, state agencies, law enforcement and elected officials to fund and coordinate direct services to survivors, proactive law enforcement investigations, and to facilitate cross-disciplinary cooperation, education and coordination in the fight against labor and commercial sexual exploitation.

Prior to joining FUSE, Christina worked in the private practice of law in Bismarck, North Dakota and clerked for the Honorable Charles S. Miller at the United States District Court in North Dakota. Christina was also a Senior Legal and Policy Fellow with the Polaris Project, a national leader in the fight against human trafficking in the United States. During law school, she clerked for the Major Crimes Division of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and also spent a summer in Chiang Mai, Thailand, conducting direct outreach and vocational rehabilitation for sexually exploited women.