Jacke Schroeder



Jacke Schroeder

Shamanist, licensed counselor and energy healer, business consultant, published author, and speaker. Jacke provides personal and executive leadership development, business consulting, customized workshops, classes and speaking engagements.

Jacke is the founder of Corporate Shaman U. She brings shamanism to the workplace –healing the soul of the business and its leaders—and teaches others how to bring spirit to work and tie personal growth to the bottom line.

Jacke is an ordained Maggidah, an inspirational teacher and teller of stories about the journey of the soul. The founder of Sacred Pearl Tours, she leads individuals and groups on pilgrimages to sacred places.


I AM ~ a Maggidah, an inspirational friend and thought partner, an intuitive business woman, a published author, a Grandmother and Girlfriend.

Aha Moment ~ The Divine revealed itself to me. Early one morning, in the midst of a blizzard in Portland Oregon, I awoke to a premonition. My granddaughter heralded to me her coming into life via an image of a family portrait in which she stood in front of the others. I called my daughter to tell her about it; she said it was an impossibility. Lo and behold, two months later my daughter called to say she was pregnant!

Inspirational Quote ~
“Do you know what you are?
You are a manuscript oƒ a divine letter.
You are a mirror reflecting a noble face.
This universe is not outside of you.
Look inside yourself;
everything that you want,
you are already that.” -by Rumi

Motivation ~ I’m motivated by my desire to be Divinely connected and act as a channel for the hand of the Divine to inspire transformation and joy in the people I know and love. 

Chillax Time ~ Play with my children, grandchildren, boyfriend, and friends; sacred travel; cook yummy food; hike; swim; listen to music; dance; meditate; qi gong; knit; and read.

Ultimate Trek Experience ~ Alone, I hiked up Mt. St. Helens along Independence Pass. The best part was coming upon beds of scintillating freezing white snow on a 90 degree day, the snow I was intuitively guided to find; it was a place where I was to ceremonially bury my old worn out self.  In order to find it I had to remain faithful and determined as I crossed a railroad tie that spanned across a portion of the mountain that had washed away and suffered a spell of heat stroke.

Top Three on the Bucket List  ~
1. Travel to sacred sites with my grandchildren when they are old enough
2. Be part of a marriage again
3. Write a book of memoirs

Wish for the World ~ That everyone realized this: Rumi said, “Christian, Jew, Muslim, shaman, Zoroastrian, stone, ground, mountain, river, each has a secret way of being with the mystery, unique and not to be judged.”