Brandi Mathews2023-06-06T15:40:22+00:00

Brandi Mathews
Client Services Manager Ⅱ

“Keep exploring. Keep dreaming. Keep asking why. Don’t settle for what you already know. Never stop believing in the power of your ideas, your imagination, your hard work to change the world. “

– Barack Obama

If you have participated in a Stop At Nothing PEAK Performance Seminar or Team Development Session, you have most likely interacted with Brandi on the scheduling, planning and coordination of the program, in preparation for the transformative cultural experience.

As the primary representative for Team Sessions, Brandi supports clients in a number of functions from timeline development, vendor partner coordination, venue logistic planning, to diagnostic administration and anything in-between that ensures a smooth and impactful experience for all participants. In addition to managing Team Sessions, Brandi enjoys training and development of her coworkers and supporting program development.

Brandi was attracted to Stop At Nothing through her own personal development journey she has been on since a teenager.

The impact that self-awareness has on our ability to have more choice, energizes her to take time each day to pause and look within at the feelings and thoughts that directly influence her decisions. Along the way, she chose to honor the path that got her to where she is today and strives to make conscious choices that align with her life mission.

Brandi has spent the majority of her life in Jacksonville, the city where she feels the most inspired. She graduated from the University of North Florida with a degree in Health & Management and a minor in International Studies. Most of her professional career has been spent in a blend of industries from health, to insurance and most recently event planning and design.

Brandi is passionate about activism in the local community and serves on multiple boards and organizations. When she is not hard at work, you can find her speaking at City Council on resolutions that impact the city, planning large-scale events at Memorial Park, where she serves as the Executive Vice President of the board, co-creating a cultural trail with Riverside Avondale Preservation, and assisting with local political campaigns from events to knocking doors. In her spare time, she enjoys tending her plants at the local community garden, international travel, and spending meaningful time with her beloved friends.

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