My work in nonprofit organizations initially focused on program development and management in the youth empowerment world, and over time expanded to encompass learning and organizational development more broadly. An overarching theme in my life has been about supporting people to be in deeply knowing and compassionate relationships with themselves and each other, and I currently do that through individual coaching, bringing people into their bodies through movement practice, and consulting and facilitation work with individuals, groups, and organizations. I am guided by a love of learning, strong attunement to intrapersonal and interpersonal dynamics, and a belief in our capacity as humans to tap into our greatest power and potential.
Coming from parents who are on opposing ends of the introvert/extrovert spectrum from one another, I find myself energized both by being in connection with others as well as in solitude. An only child, I spent a lot of time early in life engaged in deep thought, observing people and the world around me, and imagining and creating. These have evolved into some of my greatest strengths as an adult, and I'm a bit less awkward these days too -- whew!