Gia Duke is on a mission to brighten the world through creating more love, compassion and understanding.
A passionate advocate for nonprofit and charity work, Gia has raised both awareness and funds, secured grants for and founded a nonprofit for foster youth, and served on the board of the Humane Society. She has raised tens of thousands of dollars and contributed hundreds of hours to causes in her community and across the globe ranging from cancer and burn survivors to mentorship programs and aid for Africa. In 2006, she was the recipient of the Profits with Principles Giving-Back Award from The Body Shop At Home.
A certified coach through The Life Coach School with Brooke Castillo and a graduate of the Martha Beck Life Coach training program, Gia is serious about helping people take action to make a difference in the world. She works alongside big-hearted women and men who want to get clear on what matters most and generate the guts to go after it. From pinpointing their cause to finding the people and organizations that need them, Gia helps her clients go from big idea to execution (and everything in between), by creating a solid plan and keeping the momentum until they soar across the finish line. She offers coaching, speaking, online programs, in-person workshops, retreats and live events.
A Puget Sound native, Gia currently lives in the heart of San Francisco. If she’s not at home, you might find her on a road trip with her husband, son and rescue pug/boston terrier aka bug, Blaze in their VW van, lovingly named Rust-ell. She thinks farm life might be coming up next.
She was also the founder and director of Re:mix Foster Youth program. You can check out the pre-program vision here and this awesome video with the youth after.
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