Amy Frost, MBA, MA in Spiritual PsychologyCoach, Life Manager, Triage Specialist, Keynote Speaker, Trainer

Coach, Life Manager, Triage Specialist, Keynote Speaker, Trainer

About Amy Frost
Amy Frost is committed to a world in which everyone is living and working his or her mission passionately.


Amy Frost is an accomplished Author, Coach, Group Facilitator, Keynote Speaker, Life Manager, and Trainer for Get Back to Work, Personal Leadership and Life Coaching Programs. Her professional experience has provided her the opportunity to work with thousands of managers and employees dealing with a multitude of workplace related human resource issues (i.e. transitions from promotions, job reassignments, lay offs, dealing with difficult co-workers and employees, and day-do-day changes that impact company morale and productivity).


She served on the faculty at the University of Phoenix where she was distinguished as an outstanding faculty member and a faculty mentor. She also served several years as a Career Mentor and Life Skills presenter for Career Institute. She co-authored When Work Isn’t Working with Ann Ronan, Ph.D. She is Past President and Program Director for the Inland Empire American Society for Training and Development (ASTD). 


Amy spent 20 years with the Federal Government as a contract negotiator and training facilitator of Total Quality Management programs. She earned a professional designation in Contract Management from the Air Force Institute of Technology and National Contract Management Association. She was part of a select team that helped shut down Norton Air Force Base and completed the prestigious five-year upper level management intern program of Copper Cap. 


She was given the Volunteer of the Year Award for her work at the Resource Center of Nonprofit Management, named as one of the Inland Empire Leaders of Distinction by the Business Press, and named as one of the “Top 50 Women Who Make a Difference” in Inland Empire Business Journal. Amy was also Co-Director of For You Network in Las Vegas that is part of the National Association for Female Executives (
www.nafe.com). She is frequently interviewed on Radio and Television and is a published writer and columnist for various publications.

Amy Frost inspires people to get back to work in new jobs, to step up within jobs they are already in, to live and work inspired, to inspire and help with action taken for small / medium business and nonprofits which get the country and its people back to work.  Amy believes strongly in developing your career hand-in-hand with discovering your mission, talents and passion. Most people just go from job to job and never truly consider career development.
Amy’s entire life was trained in to bring her to this point in her life. She helped raise her younger four sisters, always taking care of close friends and co-workers. She enjoyed a fulfilling civil service career with the military, serving in a variety of roles over the course of twenty-one years, while earning her bachelors degree in business, and her MBA.

Since 1996, she has worked with organizations of all kinds during times of extreme struggle through Employee Assistance Programs. She was given the nickname of Queen of Triage at Work. She was President of the board of the nonprofit Success Institute which enabled the Career Institute to reach more youth. At Parachute, Amy ran five-day workshops that helped people who had been laid off to heal and do career development. She was honored to work with Dick Bolles, author of What Color is Your Parachute? and was the producer of Dick’s radio show called "Job Talk." The most ironic part of this stage of her life was, she was ultimately laid off from this position when the company folded. Clearly, she needed to have the experience of being laid off NOT just talk about it!