Life as a student can be hard. Success Coaches are here to help!
The Success Coaches will give you goal-oriented guidance, individualized outreach, and holistic support throughout your educational journey at Ensign College.
Here's what they can do for you:
- Create personalized goals and plans for success
- Connect you to campus resources
- Improve time management, organization, and study skills
- Motivate, encourage, and inspire you to succeed
- Help you find answers to questions
Connect with Your Coaches
Sister Tammi Bailey801-524-1981
Sister Bailey worked professionally as a pediatric Speech and Language Pathologist and maintained a private practice for many years before coming on a mission. As a Speech Pathologist, she worked with individuals who had challenges that resulted in communication differences of varying degrees. She specialized in teaching deaf and hard-of-hearing children to listen and speak. She counseled regularly with parents of these children and provided school support for their success.
She was raised in the Church and has served in many callings, including Seminary teacher, Gospel Doctrine teacher, Relief Society teacher and president, Young Women teacher and counselor, Primary teacher, and president, among other callings.
She loves serving, spending quality time with family and friends, biking, hiking, and traveling. She is happy to be fulfilling a lifetime dream of serving a senior mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at Ensign College.
Elder Shep Bailey801-524-1980
Elder Bailey started his first career in the Dallas office of the Big 8 Accounting Firm Ernst & Whinney. For 27 years, he worked in corporate tax for well-known companies, including Frito-Lay, PepsiCo, Pizza Hut, and Dean Foods.
Elder Bailey’s second career was as the founder and CEO of Timberline Gas, a family-office-sponsored start-up focused on a roll-up strategy of independent propane distributors in the Rocky Mountains.
Elder Bailey holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Accounting with Tax Emphasis from the School of Accountancy in Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Business.
Elder Bailey grew up in Dallas, Texas, and served as a full-time missionary in the Japan Sapporo Mission. He and his wife Tammi lived in Allen, Texas, and then made their post-retirement/pre-mission home in McKinney, Texas. They have four sons and three grandchildren.