What I’m Doing Now

Last Updated: December 1, 2022

CPA & Business Coach

In November of 2022, I returned to public accounting with Ruble, Leadbetter & Associates, P.C. It’s been a delight to jump back into tax projects and helping businesses take advantage of systems and technology. It also feels like coming home.

In 1996, Elizabeth Ruble and TJ Leadbetter took a chance and hired a young accounting student to work in their growing CPA firm. I learned the basics of business accounting, payroll, and tax returns – forming the foundation of my career. And I’ve always been grateful for their wisdom and encouragement.

I coach founders, executives, and emerging leaders. I’m working on a curriculum of Leadership playbooks with Gwen Riedl and Donita Brown. I also enjoy writing on Medium.

CoachMe Home


After several years of leading our training programs, I stepped into the CEO role in July 2022. I’m extraordinarily grateful for Tony Stubblebine and the entire coach.me Team that built an incredible platform and community.

For more about the team and our latest updates, visit the blog.

 For coaches, we currently offer two core programs: Habit Coaching Certification and our Coaching Business Mastermind Group.

sunset behind Port Royal

Port Royal Ocean Resort

I spent a decade at Port Royal, and there was rarely a dull moment. From intensive capital projects and jam-packed summer weekends to hurricanes and covid, we’ve navigated all sorts of challenges together.

After 7 years as General Manager, my focus now is on following through with the legal projects that remain open from Hurricane Harvey.

For more background, here’s a book and video series that captured our experience with the hurricane and its aftermath. You’ll see inside our crisis management, community service, training, leadership development, and partial physical rebuilding.

5 generations

Board and Family Projects

I’m excited to serve on the Board of Directors for NavyArmy Community Credit Union, for Central Motorcycle Roadracing Association, for Leadership Corpus Christi Alumni Association, and on the Advisory Board for the College of Business at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi.

The best part of 2020 was becoming a grandmother, and getting to celebrate having 5 generations for 94 days. Now I understand the joy my Nana felt for us, and I’ll forever carry the lessons she taught us.

Our next project is developing a family ranch property in South Texas so we can enjoy lots more time together.




First was basketball, and then books.

My most recent love is motorcycles. They keep me learning, getting stronger, and practicing being uncomfortable. I haven’t quite decided which adventures are coming up next, but I treasure the time I get to spend on two wheels.