Our workshop leaders are men and women with varied professional backgrounds that include some type of experience as an adult educator. They are graduates of our curriculum and are passionate about men and women having the benefit of the information we provide. They've demonstrated this passion through years of courageous growth, commitment to others and consistent effort in fulfilling PAX's mission.
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Alison A. Armstrong
Creator of The Queen’s Code workshop series and author of Keys to the Kingdom and Making Sense of Men ~ A Woman's Guide to a Lifetime of Love, Care and Attention from All Men. Her third book, The Queen's Code was published in 2013. Leads: All Online Programs, The Dance of Partnership, Core Partnership (the “Horse Course”), and LUX: Liberation. Understanding. Xtraordinary Relationships.
Since 1982, Alison has been leading transformational programs at various organizations including: The Hunger Project, The Education Network and Landmark Education Corporation. She has been training others to facilitate growth, healing and transformation since 1989. PAX's programs are based on her passion for transformation and nearly two decades of studying men and women. Read more about PAX's co-founder.
Traci has been involved in transformational work since 1996. When she completed her first PAX workshop in 2003 she knew she had finally found the information and perspective she needed. Inspired by her own results, and committed to other women having the partnerships of their dreams, she has been instrumental in bringing PAX to Arizona and Colorado.
Traci's true passion is empowering women and making a difference in the world, whether that is doing things for friends, family or charitable organizations. She is known and admired for her commitment, sincerity, humor and willingness to share her huge heart fully with others.
Adrienne has been living, learning, teaching and growing the PAX principles since 2009. She brings passion, understanding, and high-energy to leading the workshops and supporting the ongoing growth and participation of graduates. As a founder of the dynamic PAX Dallas community, she uses her experience in developing a transformational community to support PAX communities throughout the US and Canada.
Before becoming a full-time staff member at PAX, Adrienne had her own programming business and was an accomplished business consultant, assisting Fortune 500 companies. She has a computer science and business degree from the University of Texas. She loves adventure and staying active, including running, yoga, skiing, scuba diving, and traveling the world exploring.
Adrienne lives in Dallas with her husband Joe.
Susan, although born in Ohio, considers herself a native Californian where she's lived since she was 3 months old. She has lived up and down the coast of California, Honolulu, Boston, and Hong Kong. Susan currently resides in Northern California with her best friend, life partner, and husband Mort and their three children, Ella, Amelie, and Finn. Susan loves being a “stay-at-home” mom and treasures all the silliness children provide.
As the youngest of five children, Susan grew up being the peacemaker. She's always had a passion for helping people more peaceful and loving lives. She received a degree in Psychology from San Francisco State and went on to obtain a Masters in Industrial Organizational Psychology from San Jose State University. She enjoyed working in Human Resources where she found her true passion of healing relationships, or “peacemaking.”
When she took The Queen’s Code Workshop (formerly Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women®) in 2003, she knew she wanted to work for PAX someday. In 2006 while living in Hong Kong, Susan joined the very first PAX Mastery and Leadership program. With the opportunity to teach people from over 10 different countries, she realized the PAX information transcends cultural boundaries. With this, she was even more excited about the possibilities that this body of work provides. Leading for PAX gives her the opportunity to create peace between men and women, and allow for more love in their lives.
Participants in Susan's workshops are comforted by her humility and love her authenticity, compassion, and vibrancy for life.
Born and raised in New York, Amy has been involved with personal growth and development programs since 1979 and has been a personal relationships coach since 2006. A former CPA and financial analyst, Amy left the financial world to be a stay-at-home mother and raise her children.
Amy began her leadership training with PAX in 2006. She is an integral part of the Tri-State PAX Community. She is known for her passion, fun, articulate and dramatic teaching style - and her enormous heart.
“Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women set me free. I saw immediately where I had been ineffective in my relationships with men, especially my ex-husband, to whom I was married for 20 years. I forgave myself for the mistakes in communication and behavior I made in the past. Since then, I have put this new information into practice for miraculous results with all men, including my two sons.”
Amy lives in Long Island, New York with her three children, Joey, AJ and Jaycee.
Cindy started her PAX journey in January of 2009 and became a workshop leader to be able to offer our information in her community. She became the source of the Edmonton PAX team in Alberta and is happy to support other emerging PAX communities in Canada.
She is known for her charming way of articulating the workshop material and her disarmingly honest and humorous representation of both the best and worst moments of being human. Her passion for her life with her husband, Roland, and their young son Noah along with her conscientious practice of being in partnership inspires everyone who knows her.
Professionally, Cindy is a Pilates Mat Work Instructor, a Holistic Health Care Practitioner (Body Talk, Reiki, Yuen Method), and Assistant Horse Trainer for her husband. Cindy and Roland live an hour outside of Edmonton with horses (big and small), donkeys, dogs, and cats.
Michelle has been involved in transformational work since 1998. She teaches Reiki (Japanese Energy Healing Techniques) and is a graphic designer among many other talents she shares with the world. She took her first PAX workshop in 2001 and it changed her life. Her passion is to share PAX information with as many women as she can so that more women can embrace Freedom, Self-expression, Love, Happiness and Peace within themselves and men in their lives.
Although she was born and raised in Japan, she is a true New Yorker and loves to travel around the world to meet and learn from different people and culture. She enjoys living in a multi-cultural neighborhood in Queens, NYC.
A California native, Kevin has been involved with personal transformation and self-improvement modalities for 40 years. While Kevin’s business career is the investment industry, his life’s passion is being a catalyst for social change.
Since 1979, Kevin and his wife Louisa, have been happily married with two grown daughters, Michelle and Christine. Prior to involvement with PAX, he and Louisa led workshops in how to be, and stay, happily married.
The amazing PAX relationship tools dramatically transformed Kevin and Louisa’s relationship from a really good one to one that is ”off the charts“. Living in true partnership while still being passionate, authentic and spiritually connected is a dream come true for them.
Kevin has been a participant and leader in men’s work for over 20 years, including the ManKind Project where he was recently honored to receive the Ron Hering award for living his life’s mission in the world, which is to help men and women have happy relationships.
Christina began her journey with PAX in 2007, when her husband heard Alison Armstrong on the Dennis Prager Radio Show. She took the The Queen’s Code Workshop (formerly Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women®) as a last resort to save a failing marriage.
“PAX saved my marriage and changed every aspect of my life, from the way I relate to my husband and children to the way I see the world. I have access to so much more happiness and joy because of PAX! It is such a privilege and my greatest pleasure to share this priceless information.”
She is passionate about creating partnership everywhere and exploring new ways to do so. She is known for bringing grace, joy and poignant, humorous examples into leading her workshops.
Originally from the Boston area, Christina has lived in many parts of the country, including Arizona, California, Oklahoma, Utah and now in Louisville, Kentucky. She has been married to the love of her life, Andrew, for 23 years and she is the mother of 6 children whose ages range from elementary school to college. When she is not leading workshops, she stays busy with yoga, running, volunteering in her community, and caring for their menagerie of pets.
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