Noelle Okolowicz is a speaker, writer and artist who is passionate about helping others find freedom through Jesus. As a life coach, certified behavior consultant and experienced communicator, she engages her audiences in creative ways to identify and overcome struggles. She is the Founder of The Art of Breakthrough, Equipping Christians On Purpose, For Purpose™.
Her mission is to creatively empower others with biblical principals in fresh, relevant ways. Stage painting and “out-of-the-box” delivery mark her style. She is a published author with MOPS International and has been honored by the New York State Senate for her work as founder of The Webster Comfort Care Home; A non-profit, community-based home, committed to providing comprehensive and compassionate care to the terminally ill, and their families.
Noelle is an artist and writer for Encouragement Cafe’ (encouragementcafe.com). She just launched Studio 220, a place for “faith infused creative freedom”, and is is the founder of Artists Global Impact, a ministry to build artists as world changers for Christ. Noelle is currently writing a book, lives in Webster, New York, and enjoying life with her three kids, new husband, and very naughty doggy.