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My staff and I recently had the pleasure of working with Richard Quisenberry. Richard mentored our team throughout staff training. Throughout the training, Richard helped our team understand our individual selves better while becoming more insightful to those around us. Richard guided and encouraged our team to become more of a positive force and influence while staying completely focused on our purpose.


He challenged us to better our communication skills without being hurtful or judgmental. Teaching us how to see different points of views and values in all individualities. Richard helped us to realize that internally we are our own support team. Therefore, we may need to work on ourselves at, or during a time that, we need to support our colleagues and families. Richards presentations were well received, I am looking forward to using the life skills he has developed and shared.



Coach Quisenberry is truly an essential part of our team! His wealth of knowledge in the areas of leadership and personal growth are second to none. He is a servant leader who speaks the truth. His love and passion for young people is undeniable. The impact he has had on our program is impossible to fully measure, but I know one thing for sure, his leadership sessions will impact generations!!


Coach Nate Martindale

Coach Quisenberry is by far one of the best and most respected coaches I know today. He speaks the truth and from his heart. The way he relates to the kids, motivates them and the advice he gives is absolutely dead on! Thank you Coach for all that you do for the game and the youth today!


Thank You, Coach John Detling
Head Coach Catholic Central

Coach Quis came to talk to our team about leadership and how we have the opportunity every day to impact others. His discussion was not only powerful and engaging, but relevant in the lives of these young women who are faced with so many decisions each day. Coach Quis feels very passionate about everyone’s ability to serve those around us and we were blessed to have him share that message with our team.



Chasity Russell
Physical Education

“I was very blessed to have Mr. Quisenberry as my Life Coach. I knew this would be a journey not a one answer fixes all my problems. Richard  motivates and directs me down new paths that feel uncomfortable at first to solve dilemmas. But we never grow or change if we always stay the same. HIs program has given me the tools I need to improve my life and those around me. The greatest gift he has given me is peace of mind knowing I am ok.”


Thank you Lori Ohio


I would first like to start this by saying Mr. Quisenberry is an amazing person who inspires me to want to be the best educator I can be. In August 2019, myself and my co-workers took a class called “The Power Of One”. Not really knowing what it was about, we decided to take the class. Walking in, we saw a whole lot of props that were going to be used which sparked our interest. We took our seats and the class began. It was about the importance of a good teacher paraprofessional relationship and that nothing can get done successfully with just one person. It was really nice to have someone who understands how important it is to have a great relationship with paraprofessionals in the classroom. I am a paraprofessional and sometimes I feel like I don’t get the respect I deserve given how hard my coworkers and I work. Paraprofessionals, often have a different relationship with the children they work with compared to the relationship of the teacher to the student. Therefore, communication between the teacher and all paraprofessionals should be considered necessary and respected in all manners.


Mr. Quisenberry was very knowledgeable and passionate about this presentation. He used himself and his experiences to show us how he understands the importance of having a good relationship with paraprofessionals. “The Power Of One” was an extremely important class for all educators. As a team, no one should work alone.


– Leslie Nawman


Coach Quisenberry is an excellent leader of young people. We’ve been blessed to have him involved with our basketball program. He does a great job of teaching kids life lessons by drawing from his personal experiences raising his own children and helping them to cope with the difficulties that teenagers face, not just in athletics but also in the grind of daily life. He has what I would call “next level thinking” when it comes to the importance of making the things that you do bigger than just about you.


-Brad, Head Varsity Basketball Coach