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Leadership Coaching for YOU

Are you a key decision maker or perhaps the only decision maker for your company? 

Leaders need unbiased resources to help them navigate the business world. With my 12+ years of continual progress in management and diverse background, I can help guide you to self-realizations by challenging perceptions, reframing ways of thinking, providing thought-provoking questions, and taking you from a place of neutrality to positivity.

You don't have to tackle big responsibilities or big life events alone. You can be heard through working with me, and the best version of YOU can thrive.

My coaching sessions utilize professional, accredited tools to accelerate self-development, level up authenticity and authority, and help you make confident decisions. Unlike most conversations you have, as your coach, I will listen empathetically to you and focus on your being, growth, and actionable takeaways. And unlike managing your self-development on your own, as your coach, I will facilitate progress, help with accountability, and provide unbiased space for self-exploration. ​

Potential Topics:

  • Aligning Values

  • Developing Vision and Purpose

  • Working with Different Generations

  • Feedback and Skills Analysis​ ​

  • Balancing Work and Life

  • Career or Life Transitions 

  • Project Management

  • Culture Development 

  • Training Development

  • Strategic Planning

  • Time Management

  • Difficult Conversations

If you are interested, please schedule a 15- minute consultation with me. You may reach out to me for more scheduling options if needed.

Facts & Figures


People who receive coaching report increased self-confidence


Benefit from improved work performance


Companies recouped their investment on coaching

My Coaching Credentials

I am a Certified Executive Coach through Coach Training EDU, an International Coaching Federation (ICF) certification program, which has afforded me countless hours of applied coaching and collaboration with an amazing network of coaches.

At my "day job", I have been a leader, mentor, and career coach for over eight years. I thrive in a role where I have the opportunity to teach, guide, challenge, and help people explore their own career paths. I have helped coach individuals through Performance Improvement Plans to a happy and healthy future. I have helped recently-promoted individuals adjust to their new roles and expectations. I have even had the honor, in different workplaces, of helping more senior leaders brainstorm their strategies for managing staff. I am also involved in a monthly, women's, group coaching program.

Recent*, relevant trainings, seminars, and self-improvement:

  • Executive Coach, Coach Training EDU

  • Member of The Cru – women’s group coaching

  • Executive and Personal Branding 1:1 Coaching

  • Global Leadership Summit

  • Everything DiSC® Management​​​

As a professional, I specialize in project management, departmental transformations, and actionable roadmaps. I am organized, creative, and great at simplifying complex systems into visuals and frameworks. I have been involved in many sizes and types of team and organizational dynamics including nonprofits, startups, and Fortune 100 corporations. I've attended numerous leadership training courses and learned methodologies such as DiSC, Meyers-Briggs, StrengthsFinder, and even how to use the 5 Love Languages at work. I also study behavioral psychology, how to have difficult conversations, and how to understand various people's backgrounds (trauma related, motivational preferences, culture, etc.) to be more compassionate and inclusive.


*I was a leader in various organizations in college and high school. These orgs provided me a tremendous amount of experiences and opportunities to attend speaker events and workshops, to work in different team environments, and to take ownership of tasks. I view these activities as my introduction to leadership and my beginning (birth) to be who I am today, as such, those experiences are not listed. I am more curious about how people show up in the world as independent adults than their experiences in school. 

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