Stan Goss has enjoyed a thirty year career as a Master Executive Coach, working nationally and internationally with Senior leaders in the area of Leadership and Leadership Development. Stan has worked with CEO’s in a wide variety of organizations including Oil and Gas, Banking, Health Care, Retail, Power Generation and Major Universities. Stan is a passionate student of Leadership and Human Behavior.
For the last ten years, Stan has gotten off the travel circuit, which netted him over a million frequent miles and has focused his time and energy on watching his ten grandkids flourish in KISD schools. Also, he has dedicated himself to community service to an area he loves and calls home, Katy, Texas.
As a Board of Governor’s member of the Katy Area Economic Development Council, Stan has headed up the Leadership Committee , a dedicated and talented group of volunteers, whose most noteworthy achievement has been to provide the energy and spark that led to the establishment of the University of Houston Katy, which is becoming the anchor of a campus which includes UH/Victoria and HCC, ultimately supporting over 20,000 students.
Stan is a lifelong learner, has a BS Degree in Public Administration from the University of Denver, and also attended the Colorado School of Mines and Duke University Law School. More recently, he completed the eight-semester Bible Seminary Certificate Program and the nine-month Colson Fellows Program. Stan is also blessed to serve on the Board of Trustees of the Bible Seminary.
Stan has been blessed to be the first recipient of the Stan Stanley Eagle Award for community service in economic development and was named one of the Top 100 Men of Katy by Katy Magazine.
Stan and his wife Suzi have been Katy Area residents for 44 years, and have proudly seen two generations (children and grandchildren) flourish in Katy ISD schools and beyond in various colleges and careers.
At the age of 84, Stan is still going strong and devoting much of his time and energy to building a ministry that the Lord has put on his heart called Crown of Glory: Proverbs 16:31; “Gray hair is a Crown of Glory. It is the result of a righteous life.” This ministry, part of a national Retirement Restoration movement is devoted to inspiring, encouraging Christian Spiritual Eldership.