Meet the Team
Liz Dobbins[email protected] Liz is the principal owner of Propelogy as an Educational Success Coach. She facilitates and coaches empowerment in educational leadership. As a Life Coach she received training from Boldly Embody Life (Elevate) deepening her facilitation and coaching effectiveness as a leader. She is in partnership supporting exploration in expression, expansion and developing your true authenticity. She brings 35+ years of experience in building bridges between schools, teachers and parents facilitating at the state, regional and national level. She graduated from the University of Kansas where she excelled in education and lettered in gymnastics, golf and cheerleading and has served as an adjunct professor in the Health, Sport and Exercise Sciences department. She has been the embodiment of empowerment for students, teachers and athletes at all levels from K-12 to Higher Education evoking curiosity and creativity for a life-long growth mindset. Coming from an athletic background, she is a National Champion and a top 5 World triathlete champion as an age group competitor. She has served at USA Triathlon Association as Age Group Commission Chair and Women’s Commission Chair and is an author of multiple publications. At the University of Kansas, she served as the President of K-Club, a National Letter Winners Association which preserves the history and traditions of Kansas Athletics.
PublicationsMorris D, Dobbins L, Brewer.J (2020) Splash Spin Sprint USAT Triathlon Dobbins L.(2005). Gearing up for the triathlon. (in ed.) C. Gandolfo (Ed). The Woman Triathlete. Champaign, Il. Human Kinetics Dobbins L. (2005) The ultimate training, technique, and strategy Series for Triathletes [DVD]. Ames, IA. Championship Productions Dobbins L. (2005,November 4). Giving triathlon a try. Lawrence Journal World. Lawrence, KS. Young S., Keplinger L. (1988) Movement is Fun. City Torrance, CA.: Sensory Integration International.
José is a Life and Wellness Coach. In 2018, José joined Propelogy to empower people to pursue their passions, increase self-confidence and build the lives they truly want to live.
José brings compassion and trust when working with his clients, inspiring them to envision and embrace their definition of success. He supports others in creating life balance, unearthing strengths and values, and overcoming fears through goal setting. This method integrates sustainable change into the daily lives of others to achieve their definition of personal success.
José grew up in the border town of Nogales, AZ and dedicated much of his time to his sport, long distant running. He was a varsity student athlete at the University of Kansas throughout his undergraduate career. He went on to earn his Master of Science in Higher Education Administration from KU as well.
Since 2014, José has worked in athletics at the University of Kansas, developing and refining KU Leads, the team dedicated to supporting students’ transition into intercollegiate athletics and prepare them for success on-and-off the playing field. José worked with administration to develop diversity and inclusion initiatives for student-athletes and staff.