Latvian-born Faye Kitariev is a former US figure skating coach and choreographer. Over a twenty-year professional career, Faye coached and choreographed numerous national and international skaters, including US national champion and Olympic silver medalist Sasha Cohen and world bronze medalist Johnny Weir.
After the 2006 Olympic Games, Faye turned her attention to performance psychology, and why some athletes reach their full potential while others fall far short. Her study of personal growth and development led her to fields as diverse as sports psychology, yoga, meditation, tai chi, aikido, and hypnosis, resulting in her receiving an MA in spiritual psychology from the University of Santa Monica.
Faye owns and operates Make the Impossible Possible, a coaching and consulting firm. Her mission is to inspire and empower people to live authentic, successful lives. She lives in Southern California with her daughter.