SAS provides divorce support and coaching for women who are considering, in the process of, or recovering from divorce. Since our inception, we have helped women come to terms with questions such as how to deal with life after divorce, what are the effects of divorce on children, and how to prepare for divorce in practical ways. Our mission is to provide women comprehensive support as they navigate and grow from the process of major life-changes.
About the founders
Kimberly Mishkin, cofounder and director of SAS for Women, is an educator of 21 years and former administrator for The Spence School. Kim holds a BA in Education from Miami University, a MS in Science Education from Wright State University, and is licensed in Educational Leadership through The Ohio State University. She is a CDC Certified Divorce Coach® and a Grief Recovery Specialist ® with The Grief Recovery Institute®. Kim was divorced after 13 years of marriage and is now happily remarried and a new mother to a beautiful baby boy.
Liza Caldwell, cofounder and director of SAS for Women, is a a graduate of Fordham University and holds an MA in education from Columbia University’s Teachers College where she studied gender and leadership development. Trained in transformational coaching with the faculty of Leadership That Works, she is a certified professional coach (CPC) recognized by the International Coach Federation (ICF). Divorced after 17 years of marriage, Liza is a single parent to two young women in college.