Rochelle Towers decision to become a Life Coach emerged from her own search for who and what she wanted to be in this time of her life. After years of rewarding work in non-profit organizations and schools, coaching allows Rochelle to harvest her rich experience doing something she loves that is also immensely useful. Most recently Rochelle directed a program to support over 5000 laid off auto workers from the NUMMI Auto Plant in Fremont, CA by training fellow laid off workers to be full-time Peer Support Specialists. Rochelle has many years of experience coaching and developing young leaders as Training Coordinator of California's largest AmeriCorps program where she trained staff and volunteers to unleash their unique talents to the fullest for a wide variety of work performing community service.
Rochelle has been a lifelong activist in issues relating to the environment, human rights, racism and poverty. She is a graduate of The Coaches Institute where she obtained her coaching certification and attended the Core Strengths Coaching Program at San Francisco State University. Rochelle holds a BA in Interdisciplinary Social Science and Masters in Social Work from San Francisco State University. She live in Oakland, CA with her partner of over 20 years.