top of page

Meet Eileen Noyes, Wife, Mom Author & Business Owner

Updated: 6 days ago

What does Empowering Women mean to you?

For me personally, it's healing, growing and sharing my journey of hope for other women devoted to their families so that stop denying themselves of living FULLY as the woman she was created to be. After my husband of 16 years left us for a cult, I had to navigate through single motherhood to 8 children-- all in the lens of the public eye and limelight as he was a standout NFL athlete. To be able to journey through being told my value only came in my obedience to my spouse, my service at home, and my ability to have kids, I was pushed to my limits, realizing I was stronger than I thought, that I had a tone to set for my kids of strength, endurance and forgiveness. Now it's time to share my story of hope (through my two books, one geared toward the unique dynamics of pro-sports living and one for family devoted women who've lost themselves in the shuffle of life) helping them to shift their mindset to pursue MORE, giving them back their voice and encouraging them tha,t no matter what, they were created to make impact.

How did you get started working in your field?

I've always loved to write and have had opportunities to speak in different areas in Green Bay, WI and beyond. I've never grown out of that heart to help and root on other women, from the young NFL wives/girlfriends in their situations, to local women at church to teen girls who need guidance. I get to continue to do the same now as an author and speaker and soon the UNsidelined Life Podcast. Through the Lady Bellator movement, I've also been able to mentor and coach women from all walks of life to pursue her calling as wife, mom and beyond -- making greater impact and leaving legacy for generations to come.

What do you love most about your job? / What are you most proud of?

Being a wife supporting my husband in his business, as well as being mom to my 8 children is the biggest honor and privilege given to me. To be able to do that along with living out my dreams, using my gifts of writing and speaking, and helping other women live more fully, (cutting out the scrutinizing and shameful words we say to ourselves) is so rewarding to see!

What advice would you give to someone considering this line of work?

I know so many women/wives/moms who feel bad for even asking the question, "Is there more for me?" No matter what line of work she is skilled in, she should pursue her dreams, know that she doesn't have to deny herself completely to be a great wife and mom, and tap into the dormant dreams she set aside.

As she lives out her purpose, she'll see that she'll inspire her husband and kids in ways she never thought she could, she'll make impact in her family and in her community and she'll live with joy and fulfillment in a greater capacity than she's known before.

Anything else you would like to add?

Check out

Rise up, Lady Bellator -- calling women get out of the shadows to their place of purpose.

Sidelined No More - helping pro-athlete wives get off the bench to live their God-given purpose.

Connect with Eileen:

60 views0 comments


bottom of page