Healthy World Vitality Plan Coaches
Having received many hours of required specialized training and certification, your Healthy World Vitality Plan coach will lead you and the other members of your group to identify a personal vision for vitality in your lives. Your coach will then encourage appropriate changes in behavior and thoughts (based upon peer-reviewed science) that will move each of you closer to your vision of “ideal self.” All the while, your coach will also be helping to create a compassionate group experience in which group members ultimately will learn to serve as peer coaches, supporting one another in the behavior changes they each choose to make. Our terrific coaches are all volunteers, committed to sharing the benefits of a healthy, vibrant lifestyle with others.
Beverly Bow, BA, MAT, is a co-founder of Healthy World Sedona, a 501(c)(3) organization that promotes improvement to human, planetary, and animal health and welfare through a whole food, plant-based lifestyle. She has a certificate in plant-based nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell. Previously she worked for Salem Health, a healthcare system in Oregon, in senior positions in Quality & Process Improvement, and in Human Resources Management.
Kathleen Corum started her higher education in the school of agriculture, earning an M.S. in Animal Breeding and Genetics, but continued on in Engineering, earning a Master’s in Industrial Engineering and becoming a systems engineer. She has bred, raised, trained, and competed with horses for forty years and then similarly for ten years with dogs, working in scent detection initially for Search and Rescue and later for wildlife conservation. She completed her Master Gardener Certification in 2013 and a Permaculture Certification in 2016 and has been studying all sorts of edible plants since then. She has been on a path to whole food plant-based since late in 2019. She currently volunteers at the Master Gardener help desk in Prescott.
Donald Fries, MBA, is a co-founder of Healthy World Sedona, a 501(c)(3) organization that promotes improvement to human, planetary, and animal health and welfare through a whole food, plant-based lifestyle. He has a certificate in plant-based nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell. Previously he served the State of Oregon in legislative and fiscal policy management related to health and human services, at both the state and federal levels.
Ann Garner brings her executive-level management and national trainer background as a Vice-President with three national companies and non-profit organizations to bear on her ongoing interests. Holistic approaches to living are of great value to Ann as reflected in her work with whole life/health expos, certification with the Herrmann International Whole Brain Institute, and a member of Interfaith Councils. Ann assists Dr. Shipra Bansal’s Eating for Life Community, including coordinating monthly potluck gatherings.
Yvonne Graff graduated with a degree in Dairy and Food Science and worked 30 years in Public Health. After retiring she became a certified exercise instructor and currently teaches senior groups. She also does community presentations on health issues. She completed a Plant Based Nutrition Certificate from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies. After completing a 2017 four week “Healthy Eating Adventure” in Yuma, AZ she was able to stop taking her medications. She has been whole food plant-based ever since and wants other people to know that they too can improve their health.
Katie Hallie is passionate about the physical and emotional health benefits of a whole food plant based lifestyle. She has been following a whole food vegan diet since January 2017 after a health scare pushed her to change. She has lost 60 pounds, has cured her Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, and has experienced a drastic improvement in her chronic fatigue and depression thanks to the healing power of a whole food plant-based diet. More important than what she has lost is what has been gained: energy, mood stability, and a zest for life again. She has a certificate in plant-based nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell. When she’s not spending time with her cats reading a book, you can find her hiking, running, or golfing with her fiancé.
Hailey Hennessy is a certified health coach through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. She has been a practicing health and life coach for 3+ years and enjoys witnessing her clients’ journey through the transformation process. Hailey was a vegetarian for five years before she switched to a vegan lifestyle and has been WFPB for almost five years now. During this time she has seen healing in the elimination of severe migraines, rosacea, brain fog, slow digestion and constipation, tingling and numbness in her hands and feet, and drastic improvement in stress, anxiety, cavities, hair thickness, fatigue, and so much more. Hailey also facilitates monthly online Women’s Circles and enjoys running and rebounding!
Chris Kalinich is a proud board member of Healthy World Sedona and the founder and culinary instructor of Sedona’s Plant 2 Platter®, working with individuals and groups to promote positive life change. With her passion for cooking and her professional background in education and corporate training, she helps others discover how lifestyle choices can positively affect well-being. Chris focuses on the whole person, valuing the social camaraderie and cultural connections that are associated with food. Chris is a PCRM Licensed Food for Life Instructor and an MSVA-Certified Vegan Lifestyle Coach & Educator; she also completed the Clinicians CHEF Coaching Certificate program with Harvard Medical School’s Institute of Lifestyle Medicine.
Kim Morse Is a retired film distribution executive with over thirty years of experience in the entertainment industry. Her transition to a healthy, plant-based diet and lifestyle began in 2016, when both she and her husband were diagnosed with cancer. Kim is a certified holistic nutritionist and exercise aficionado, with a passion for helping friends and family discover the health and happiness attainable with a plant-based diet and lifestyle changes.
Kay Jean Poulson was born and raised on a small ranch in Flagstaff, AZ. She majored in Organ Performance at BYU, and has a degree from Northern Arizona University (NAU) in Arts Management. She has four children and nine grandchildren. Kay Jean worked at Flagstaff Medical Center as the Care Coordination Department office manager. She adopted a whole food plant-based (WFPB) lifestyle in 2016 and lost 50 pounds, dropped her blood pressure medications, and was no longer pre-diabetic. After retiring to care for her mother, she had drifted away from the WFPB lifestyle. “HWVP brought me back to healthy living, and I now want to help others learn how to find vitality in their lives.”
Kiki Turnbull, MSA, CPA, is an accountant turned health coach because of her love of health and empowering others. She is a Health and Wellness Coach at Arizona Natural Health Center. After being diagnosed with MS in 2017, she jumped headfirst into the world of plant-based and lifestyle healing. Having never seriously prioritized a healthy diet or cooking at home prior to her diagnosis, she knows full well the challenges that come with lifestyle transition and is eager to help others in their journey. In her spare time, she can be found hiking, running, and doing just about anything physically active.
Maria Walsh is a retired engineer who has been vegan since 2011. In March 2019, she achieved the Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell. With a new understanding of the role of a whole food plant-based lifestyle in reversing disease as well as the benefits to animals and the environment, she embraced the concept and lost 40 pounds in less than a year. She is working toward a Main Street Vegan Academy certification as a Vegan Lifestyle Coach and Educator, expecting to complete in February 2022.