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Nancy Nichols is the founder of Transformations Ministries and Transformations, LLC. As a licensed clinical professional counselor, Nancy provides counseling, coaching, training and consulting services.  In addition to her professional roles, she serves as an ordained chaplain, Military and Family Life Consultant for the Department of Defense, and Disaster Mental Health Responder for the American Red Cross.  Nancy is a member of the National Board of Certified Counselors, the Association of Christian Counselors and the Board of Christian Professional and Pastoral Counselors.  She is committed to preparing people spiritually and emotionally for the return of our Lord.  Nancy and her husband Kevin reside in Presque Isle, Maine.

Founder Transformations Ministries

Nancy Nichols


Willie Jordaan is a native of Vryburg, South Africa and currently resides with his family in Pineville, North Carolina.  Since 2013 Willie has served as an evangelist and missionary with CMM Ministries in North Carolina.  Willie will share his personal testimony of God’s goodness and faithfulness during an economic collapse in Zimbabwe.  He is excited to bring a message of hope and encouragement - as well as a fresh word from the Lord - to the people of Maine and New Brunswick.

Missionary, South Africa

Willie Jordaan


Marilee Scott, ATC-L, CSCS, ITAT is the founder and owner of Bethesda Project Fitness, an independent ministry focused on physical and nutritional wellness.  In addition to her professional roles as a Certified Athletic trainer and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Marilee is committed to sharing Biblical strategies designed to improve the physical and nutritional health of individuals and families.  Marilee and her husband Jeremy reside in Caribou, Maine.

Founder/Owner, Bethesda Project Fitness

Marilee Scott

Valerie Slipp is the Executive Director of Transformations Ministries Canada, Inc and co-owner of Shaw’s Special Care Home in New Brunswick, Canada.  As an anointed teacher and craftsman, Val is passionate about preparing people to feed their families and communities during difficult times.  Her interactive sessions will provide attendees with simple and practical steps to ensure food security for your family.  You won’t want to miss this!  Val resides in Upper Brighton, New Brunswick, Canada.

Executive Director, Transformations Canada

Val Slipp

Dixie Shaw serves as the Program Director of Hunger and Relief Services, as well as the Aroostook County Disaster Coordinator for Catholic Charities.  With a clear anointing from the Lord, Dixie has been recognized regionally and nationally as a leader in the area of hunger relief.  She has a passion for the people and region of Northern Maine and Western New Brunswick.  Dixie will share important insights gleaned from her experience with disaster response operations.  Dixie resides in Presque Isle, Maine.

Program Director, Hunger and Relief Services;

Aroostook County Disaster Coordinator, Catholic Charities

Dixie Shaw

Blake and Sarah Hatt serve as the Commander and Assistant Commander of the IFOC Aroostook Corps of Chaplains.  Differing from clergy and ministers, Chaplains are uniquely positioned to serve their communities during times of crisis and disaster.  Blake and Sarah will explain the role of the local chaplain and share how you can become part of a chaplain team in your community.  In addition to their Chaplain roles, Sarah is employed as a Special Education teacher in Washburn, Maine, while Blake is employed as a Program Manager for the Northern Lighthouse, a regional social service agency.  The Hatts reside in Washburn, Maine.

Commander And Assistant Commander of IFOC Aroostook Corp of Chaplains

Blake & Sarah Hatt