Our online courses help you get more leads
Vision Force University is an online program brought to you by veteran marketing professionals, Sean Whitfield and Leah Hoppes. With over 40 years of combined marketing experience, these two have condensed their in-person programs to digestible courses for you and your business.
Leah is a Co-Founder of Vision Force Marketing and author of Marketing Chomp. She has over twenty years of corporate experience and spent 15 years in industrial manufacturing. She has helped entrepreneurs, small to medium sized businesses, and Fortune 500 corporations draft strategic marketing plans, create brand strategies, craft new logos, manage website creation, write public relations content, and implement digital marketing strategies.
A graduate of Valparaiso University, Leah continued her development through Executive Education at University Wisconsin – Madison and other professional organizations, such as AMA and most recently, Tony Robbin’s Business Mastery. She serves on the Board of Directors for the St. Charles Chamber of Commerce and is a member of several committees. Leah was named the St. Charles Chamber of Commerce’s Member of the Year for 2015.
A voracious reader, she always has three books going at any given time. In 2009 a Vertebral Artery Dissection caused 3 strokes – the third was a massive stroke. To have recovered fully is nothing short of a miracle and underscores Leah’s desire to live by audacious faith and to do as much as she can for those who enter her sphere of influence.
Sean is a Co-Founder of Vision Force Marketing. He has over twenty years of entrepreneurial experience starting with Grateful Days Pool Company which he opened up while still in high school. He has worked in the Auto industry, Real Estate, Staffing, and the Medical MRI industry, and as a Results Coaching Strategist for one of the top global entrepreneurs – Tony Robbins.
Sean has coached people all over the world and has been able to get his clients massive results by getting them crystal clear on what their objectives are for the next twelve months. Sean, like a personal trainer, challenges clients to raise their standards and holds them accountable so they achieve their goals.
Sean was stabbed in a random attack in 2000 which left him in a coma for seven days. His experience colors everything he does because he understands on a cellular level when people struggle either personally or professionally. Sean is able to reach out and pull people up as he shows them how to use their language and beliefs to spur them onward despite the odds.