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Dr. Rhonda Reagh presents Covenant Creators,
a mentoring program that answers the question "How do I better lead as a Christian?"

Covenant Creators is a virtual mentoring program offered by Women in Christian Leadership that answers the question of "How do I develop into a more effective Christian woman leader?" Women at every leadership level are encouraged to participate. We seek to serve the whole person in a safe, non-judgmental and small group environment.

The program launched in 2022 as a pilot and will accept its first group in 2023. If you're interested in joining us, the following is what you can expect:

·       You will progress through the program as a group of 20 women, meeting once a month. A new group will begin every 6 months

·       Monthly, virtual meetings will last  90 minutes, opening with an opportunity to interact in the larger group. You will then join smaller mentoring groups focused on the topics of Spirituality, Family Relationships, Career and Leadership. You will stay in your chosen group for the duration of the program so that a safe space is created.

·       You will be asked to set personal goals for your participation

·       You will both act as a peer mentor and have a peer mentor as part of the program to help reinforce session materials and personal goals in between meetings

·       Growth-focused questions will be discussed in the small group so that positive movement can be made and supported by everyone

·       Prayer will be a part of each meeting so that you feel your spiritual awareness grow and your anxiety decrease. God is holding everyone in the palm of His hand!

The book of Ecclesiastes (4:7-11) reminds us that we cannot go it alone. Two can accomplish more than twice as much as one. And, if we fall, the other one can provide support. That is the power of women mentoring other women through a closer walk with God, our ultimate mentor. Covenant Creators is your chance to feel the difference mentoring can make in your life.

Click here for more information such as dates, times and registration fees.

Please complete the application by clicking here. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Rhonda Reagh,

Meet the Mentors

Carol Prewitt

President at Prewitt Consulting

Carol Prewitt is the President of Prewitt Consulting, LLC. Prewitt Consulting provides civility training, etiquette, and business protocol to corporations, universities, schools, government agencies, religious organizations, community groups, and individuals.

Professional grant writer and fundraiser for non-profit organizations.

Provides board development training to non-profit organizations.

Cassie B. Barlow, Ph.D.

President at Strategic Ohio Council for Higher Education 

Dr. Cassie B. Barlow is the President of the Strategic Ohio Council for Higher Education. Through SOCHE’s multiple programs, Dr. Barlow is focused on collaboration among SOCHE’s 23 College and University members as well as professional development of faculty and staff and workforce needs of students. 

Dr. Barlow was the 88th Air Base Wing and Installation Commander, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (AFB), OH. In that role, she commanded one of the largest air base wings in the Air Force with more than 5,000 Air Force military, civilian, and contractor employees. Dr. Barlow retired from active duty with the US Air Force as colonel in 2014.

Dr. Barlow was commissioned as a distinguished graduate of Georgetown University, Washington, DC. Following graduation, she was assigned to her first of 13 assignments spanning the world. 

Kelley Bell

Kelley Bell is a Group Benefits Consultant with SAXON and enjoys partnering with companies to provide health insurance benefits that are attractive and affordable. Kelley and Tom have been married 25 years and enjoy watching their son play baseball at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. Kelley has over 25 years of experience in the financial industry and has been with SAXON for 5 years. Kelley loves Jesus and has a passion for people. Kelley has a strong business network in the Dayton and Cincinnati markets. Kelley is a graduate of Leadership Dayton Class of 2021 and West Chester’s Leadership 21 Class of 2019. She was named Beavercreek Chamber’s Volunteer of the Year in 2019 and Ambassador of the Year for the Dayton Chamber 2019-2020. Kelley serves on the WiBN Advisory Council.  Kelley also serves with Target Dayton Ministries and is on the Board with Clothes that Work, serving on their Fashioning Futures Luncheon, Education and Boutique committees.  Kelley was the Grand Champion with the Alzheimer’s annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s in 2020 and 2021. 

Lois Elrich

Lois is an Emotional Intelligence Coaching Certification (EICC) through the Goleman EI organization, Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and president at Real Change Business Coaching, LLC in Dayton, Ohio, which she owns and operates. In her first three years as a coach, Lois has helped hundreds of people overcome obstacles that get in the way of growth so they can make real change at work and in life. Lois, a thoughtful listener who asks the right questions to get to the heart of an issue, approaches every client with energy and kindness.

Lois is also a facilitator and leadership coach for Aileron’s “Becoming a More Conscious Leader” program. Aileron, based in Tipp City, Ohio, helps take privately held businesses, teams, cultures, and individuals to the next level of growth. Its services help business leaders implement professional management so they can create sustainable businesses. Lois also helps recruit, interview, onboard and develop Aileron’s leadership coaches.

Lois applies her coaching skills every day in her role as president and co-owner of Solid Blend Technologies, Inc., also based in Dayton. Solid Blend provides water management solutions for healthcare and other facilities with a focus on Legionella detection, remediation, control and outbreak response. Lois created and now manages Solid Blend’s Ideal Culture Program for building a healthier culture at work.

All of us need someone to help us think through what we’re going through so we can discover what’s getting in the way of real change." - Lois Elrich
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