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About | Move a Mountain Enterprises

About






Move a Mountain Enterprises was founded on the belief it is possible to overcome any obstacle with faith and perseverance. We are dedicated to helping individuals and businesses succeed through Motivational Speaking, Personal and Business Coaching.

Carrie Allen

Carrie Allen is the owner of Move a Mountain Enterprises. She has over 20 years experience in Business Management and Coaching, Operations and Change Management and Program Development. Her education includes a dual B.S. in Psychology and Business Management from Liberty University (Cum Laude), a M.A. in Professional Counseling from Liberty University (Graduate with High Distinction), and currently a doctoral candidate in the Psychology program at Grand Canyon University, focused on Cognition and Instruction.

Carrie is also a Licensed Professional Counselor with the State of Texas, a Certified SYMBIS Facilitator, motivational speaker, author, owner of Regal Oak Counseling (regaloakcounseling.com), and developer of the Strength Enhancement Approach to Success program. Carrie is an active community volunteer and small business mentor.

Carrie looks forward to helping you succeed!

Together We Can Move Mountains!