Psychologist Carl Jung asserted that during the first half of life, human beings focus on developing a healthy ego to forge identity, achieve mastery, and meet the challenges of life. In later years, the focus shifts to manifesting the undeveloped aspects of the self — parts that may have been sacrificed to meet earlier demands. Tapping into this potential has a potent impact; for many, it is the gateway to deep, spiritually satisfying experience.
The founders of Life Reinspired passionately believe that using our gifts fully creates ongoing health and well-being for us as individuals, while it also has an impact on our community and world.
Katherine Olivetti, MA, MSSW
Michael K. MacNeill, Executive Advisor
Recently retired, Michael was the founding partner of MAC Advisors, a firm specializing in executive coaching, leadership development, and culture transformation. For 25 years, he advised senior executives, both nationally & internationally, in generating winning strategies and enhancing leadership skills.
Michael began his career in banking and commercial real estate finance. He was a broker, manager, and director of marketing for Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate. He also was a partner in Bay Group, the consulting firm that created Visa International/USA’s world headquarters.
Michael graduated from Occidental College. In 1995, he took a sabbatical to study with a well-known cultural anthropologist in the areas of leadership philosophies, advanced coaching, and ancient and contemporary models of individual and team participation/contribution.
Michael’s clients included Kaiser Permanente, Charles Schwab, Franklin Templeton, VISA, Omnicon, Levi Strauss, Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America, Pacific Gas and Electric, and Grey Advertising, among many others.
Michael splits his time between downtown San Diego and a Sausalito houseboat. He loves to swim in ridiculously cold water and is a devoted, hands-on grandfather.
Amy Logan, CPCC
Amy is a certified coach, leadership trainer and communications consultant. She works with executives, venture capitalists, and startup founders and their teams, and designs leadership programs for corporations and global development projects.
Caroline MacNeill Hall, MA, PCC
Kelly McNeill, CPCC, Sales Director
Kelly McNeill is a Certified Co-Active Coach and seasoned Sales Executive. She’s been coaching since 2014 and has worked in sales and management since 2001. Kelly is passionate in her pursuit to bring value and prosperity to individuals and organizations. She is recognized as a tremendous resource to her clients and colleagues.
Kelly has been a highly successful motivation ambassador throughout her career. She worked diligently with medical professionals and in the financial services sector to improve practice guidelines and communication. Many of the programs that she developed remain in use throughout San Diego County today; including protocols to assist in communication between layers of management related to income generating medical programs and account relationship introduction and administration procedures.
Kelly graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in psychology from the University of California at Santa Cruz where she acted as Vice President of the Psi Chi Honor Society. She is proud of her volunteer work with the San Francisco Suicide Prevention Hotline, and is honored to be a member of the San Diego Chapter of the Junior League. She is also a dedicated spouse and mom to two fabulous children.
Sabrina M. Roblin, CPCC
Dorothy Hall, Marketing Director
Dorothy has successfully guided and managed online and digital marketing campaigns for small business owners, non-profits and start ups for the past 15 years, including advising and implementing functional & effective business systems for new & growing companies.
She brings a strong background in lead acquisition, technical marketing, data analytics and web development. Dorothy graduated cum laude, with Disctinction, with a B.A. in Liberal Studies from Sonoma State University and is currently deepening her business knowledge at the Harvard Business School.