• Our Team

  • Dr. Barbra Portzline, is the President at Organizational Rebel® LLC , the founder of Organizational Rebel.LIFE an online community, and the co-developer of the P6 Assessment.

    As an Organizational Intuitive she has a calling to help folks find the most efficient path to improving People, Processes, Practices, Promotions, Productivity & Profit.

    With close to two decades of hands-on engagement in coaching, practicing, consulting, and teaching, Dr. Barbra Portzline has first-hand experience in the ebb and flow of individual and organizational growth and the pitfalls, challenges, opportunities and dynamics that fuel successful individuals and businesses. 

    With a background in clinical psychology, organizational development, and business transformation she brings rich expertise, a deep understanding of the underlying subtleties present in the workplace, an entrepreneurial spirit, a passion to educate and the sheer talent required to work within complex organizational structures. 

    Her work supports a cross-discipline, integrated approach to strategy, based on real-time data collection and analysis.

    Barbra is extremely active within the performance improvement community.  Currently, she is an Associate with the ROI Institute, the Director of Organizational Development at Entereza, Inc., and an adjunct faculty member at the University of New Mexico.

  • Elizabeth Benton has 8 years of experience in management, performance and organizational development consulting. Not only does she have significant experience facilitating strategic growth and implementing learning solutions for organizations, she also holds experience in sales promotion and branding. 

    For several professional associations and small businesses, Elizabeth has managed social media channels by developing and outputting high quality, engaging and consistent content. 

    She is best at building strong, strategic partnerships and listening to her clients to ensure she is delivering sales promotions and organizational development strategies that add the most value to her clients’ businesses. She loves to develop approaches to helping organizations and people realize their highest potential.

  • Candice Thomas

    Candice Thomas is an intuitive coach who shows entrepreneurs, artists, and leaders how to use their own intuition to make a tangible impact in the world.  She considers herself to be ‘results based woo-woo’.  Using her signature programs her clients have learned how to release the trauma and limiting beliefs sabotaging their success and achieved life-changing results with her services, such as taking their business from near bankruptcy to making consistent profit, overcoming 20+ years of imposter syndrome, self doubt, and low self worth in weeks, and even implemented programs that made a significant positive impact within their community.  Because of the results she’s witnessed her clients achieve Candice believes that every person not only has the ability but also the duty to succeed in pursuing the work they feel called to do.   Candice has been featured on the Mind Love podcast, Thrive Global, Bustle, Brit+Co, and is a recurring guest on the KOBFM 93.3 “Carlos and Kiki Morning Show” in New Mexico.

  • Our Special Guest

  • Amanda began teaching fitness in 2001. From co-leading rock climbing, kayaking, and caving expeditions, to teaching collegiate level competitive fencing, and participating in just about anything and everything – martial arts, dance, yoga, pilates, ice climbing, skydiving, canyoning, and a million other health adventures – Amanda LOVES showing her students that FITNESS CAN BE FUN!

    She believes that boredom is the enemy of
 any progression in fitness (and in life) so she dedicates her classes 
to the fine art of having fun – “a workout doesn’t have to be work” – and 
incorporates a mix-and-match philosophy to each workout session. Because inspiration manifests in infinite ways, Amanda strives to try
 and teach as many types of classes as possible. She is motivated by 
the stories and accomplishments of her friends and students, by the rush of achieving more than she thinks she can, and by the challenge
 of new adventures. When she’s not dancing and moving around like a
 mad woman, you can find Amanda out in nature, or conversely, glued to 
her computer doing digital graphic and television production work… or
 planning the next big “thing!”

    “The more you come to class, the more confidence you will gain, the more strength you will build, and the more fun you will have! A workout doesn’t have to be work!”