Meet the Board: Denise Biggerstaff
Updated: 2 days ago
Denise Biggerstaff, a transformative coach, is the CEO at Denise Biggerstaff Coaching. Denise can be described as hopeful, encouraging, and approachable. She is originally from Mascoutah, Illinois, and has lived in Evansville since she was 8-years-old. She attended Holy Redeemer, Mater Dei, and the University of Evansville.
Growing up, she dreamed of becoming a teacher. Today she is an individuals, teams, and couples coach.
“As a coach, I help people discover the beliefs that are keeping them limited. Simple conversations can bring life-giving shifts for my clients, individually and in teams. I love coaching!” says Denise.
Denise is proud to serve on the board of directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Indiana. She is also a a Big Sister and volunteered on the BBBS Gala committee. She said she loves serving the community “alongside some brilliant souls and make a difference for our children.”
“I love my connection with my Little and her family. She keeps me young and laughing! I enjoy watching her blossom. I also get to remain humble realizing I haven’t lived her experience. She truly brings me full circle. I’m better for being a Big!” says Denise.
She believes kids are important because they are the future and they also carry a piece of history.
“We need to empower them to know themselves through what they have experienced and have hope in shaping what is ahead,” she says.
Her favorite kids’ move is Mulan and she loves any food she doesn’t have to cook. She loves her Bernedoodle Charlie who leaps into the air when she’s excited.
Denise’s favorite quote is: “I can’t miss what is meant for me.” She says she reminds herself of the truth since hearing it!
Please welcome Denise to the board!
Our Board of Directors are some of the largest advocates and supporters of our organization. We are grateful for an engaged Board of Directors who are committed to our vision for all children to achieve success in life.
If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a Big, visit mentoringkids.org/volunteer.