Rene’ Schultz is a rock star in overcoming! CPTSD symptoms plagued her for years until she used faith, hope and boundaries to take back her life. Rene’ is best known for teaching teens and adults how to find joy in their day and smash goals!
Now, she is positioned to teach young children emotional fortitude.
Raised in Massachusetts, Rene’ had to learn how to overcome at an early age. While she struggled with childhood abuse, Rene’ also lived out a life of service. She is a member of her local GFWC, mentor to teens around the world, and crisis coach for First Responders.
Active in church for many years, Rene' served on overseas missions teams and continues to support young moms overseas. As a child, her home provided respite care to special needs children. Rene's family adopted her younger sister with Down’s Syndrome and took in Cambodian refugees during the war. At just ten years old, Rene’ helped teach English to Cambodian and Vietnamese immigrant children. Memories of Khmer church in Boston, Chinese New Year and Karaoke parties still hold a special place in her heart.
As a little girl, Rene's Grandmother, Sophie, took her to nursing homes to visit the elderly.
Her love for the elder population soared and she has worked in personal care for 29 years. Rene’ has spent her years teaching Sunday School, acting as Service Director and enjoying overseas Missions Trips.
Rene’s love of people wasn’t just outside the home, she brought them in. She taught her children that, “Homes are a place of love. When someone needs love, you bring them in.”
Rene’ lives in Hooksett, NH with her husband Eric, of 26 years. They have 2 adult daughters, Rachel and Emily, a chihuahua named Geronimo and Cami, the hound. “A Million More Kisses” is Rene’s debut children’s story, with several more to follow.