Steven B. Wiley
Founder and President
Steve Wiley is one of the nation’s most sought-after performance coaches. ABC News calls him “the best speaker you’ve never heard of” and USA Today/Gannett says he provides “the most powerful performance training available”. He is a proven entrepreneur, author, and highly acclaimed speaker who has trained and entertained hundreds of thousands of top executives from around the world.
Joseph E. Mieczkowski
Joe Mieczkowski is a retired Federal Executive and educator, with 37 years of experience at the Social Security Administration. As a leadership-training consultant, Joe works with numerous educational, governmental, and corporate organizations and is considered an expert in strategic planning, leadership training, and operations. As if this wasn't enough he is also a Licensed Battlefield Guide for the Gettysburg National Military Park.
Judy Morley, Phd
Judy Morley, Ph.D., is a historian, speaker, entrepreneur, and author. She has an extensive background in executive leadership, organizational development, and franchising in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. Previously, Judy started a tour business, a mobile a marketing firm before transitioning into non-profit leadership and academia.
Admiral (Ret.)Scott Moore
A 1983 graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, he received a cross commission into the Navy and immediately attended Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training. He also commanded a 1500-person Joint Task Force in Afghanistan, which conducted over 2000 capture/kill missions against enemy leaders. At every level of Adm. Moore’s military career, he was known for his operational abilities, effective leadership and clear decision-making, having personally led numerous “national level” no- fail missions during some of our nation’s most critical strategic moments.
David Wills House
8 Lincoln Square, Gettysburg, PA 17325
This building was home to David Wills, a prominent Gettysburg Attorney and respected town leader at the time of the Battle. It was in this building, on the second floor right below our office, where Abraham Lincoln slept, and finished writing the Gettysburg Address on the night of November 18th. The following day the President would lead the procession to the newly constructed National Cemetery up the road where he would deliver the famed Gettysburg Address.