About Us

Dr. Cynthia McGill, CEO/President

Dr. Cynthia McGill, Founder and CEO of Priceless Vessels, Inc.® provides the “touch of excellence” that inspires this organization. A distinguished speaker, consultant, popular retreat and seminar lecturer and author, she works to assist women to feel empowered to reach their potential personally, professionally and spiritually. Hundreds of women from all over the nation have been transformed at her lectures and workshops. She is an “equipping” leader filled with a compassion and wisdom to cultivate others.  Dr. McGill earned a Ph.D. from the University of New York at Buffalo.

Laura ParkerVice President, Social Media & Finance

Laura’s conviction to live a balanced life is evidenced in her work with clients as a Financial Advisor at Sage Rutty & Co., Inc.  She believes that it’s about finding the right balance between enjoying life today and saving for the future.  Laura’s wealth of knowledge and experience in investments and leadership have allowed her to build a successful book of business, delivering customized financial strategies to clients of all walks of life to allow them to realize their goals and dreams.  Laura received a BA in Psychology from the University of Michigan and an MBA from the Bittner School of Business at St. John Fisher College.  She is a Registered Investment Advisor Representative and is licensed with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Series 7 & 63 and Life, Accident & Health License with the New York State Insurance Department.

Beverly Coleman, Vice President, Administration & Secretary to the Board

One of Beverly’s personal mantras is “Your career is what you are paid for your calling is what you were made for.”  Her belief is that she is doing what she loves and was purposed to do at New Life Fellowship.  Her gifting is in administration where she gets to use her skills of strategic planning and organizing.  Beverly earned a Master’s Degree from Northeastern Seminary in Transformational Leadership.
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