Our Team

Gabriel Sims

M.B.A., M.A., LPC
Director of Employee Assistance Programs

Gabriel Sims is responsible for Mental Makeup’s Employee Assistance Program development. He manages Mental Makeup’s Employee Assistance Program and vendors. Additionally, Gabriel Sims consults with outside organizations to develop their own Employee Assistance Programs.

As a licensed clinical therapist, Gabriel Sims works with clients. He specializes in clinical depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, grief, and divorce.

Daniel Innes

M.B.A., B.S.
Managing Director (Leadership Development and Diversity Procurement)

Daniel’s skills were developed during his 5 years of service in the U.S Army, 101stAirborne. During his two tours of service Daniel acquired extensive leadership skills. He was awarded a bronze star and is an honor graduate of the U.S. Army leadership school.

Daniel utilizes his unique skills set, along with his MBA, to help organizations install effective diversity initiatives and manage compliance, and helps managers understand the important components needed to become transformational leaders.

Sennami Goziem

M.B.A., B.A.
Director of Public Relationships and Community Outreach

Sennami Goziem is a motivated and personable business professional and creative who specializes in consulting and creative production with a niche and focus on strategies, community organization and diversity management. Sennami Goziem received a Masters of International Business from Georgia State University and her Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and Global Studies from St. Cloud State University. Sennami Goziem is an alumnus of distinguished organizations such as Confucius Institute, UNESCO, St. Cloud State Global Leadership Academy, and a past recipient of the federal Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship.

Noah Simcox

Owner and Psychotherapist at Whole Heart Counseling
Noah Simcox is the owner and psychotherapist at Whole Heart Counseling.
Noah is a licensed clinical social worker.  He works with individuals (13 y.o. and up), families and couples.  One of Noah’s fundamental modalities is mindfulness-based therapy which can be helpful to individuals who are learning to be more at ease, open, and present in their lives.
Noah also facilitates a Mindfulness Skills for Anxiety and Depression Group in which participants can find mutual support, clinical guidance, and learn mindfulness skills in an experiential way.
Noah can be reached at 651-646-2326 or noah.wholeheart@gmail.com.

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