My clients range from high potentials aspiring to accelerate their careers to senior leaders eager to have authentic influence in their roles and bring greater value to their leadership capacity and lives.
Having worked with Harvard Business School and top leaders from across the globe to develop case studies for use in MBA and executive education courses for colleges and universities, including Harvard Business School, Harvard School of Public Health, Columbia Business School, and the University of Washington, I bring deep insight and knowledge of the challenges and complexities facing leaders.
I am a strategic thinker who takes a solutions-focused and pragmatic approach to support my clients in overcoming barriers holding them back from achieving their goals.
I facilitate optimum results from those willing to lean into a growth mindset and hold themselves accountable for taking action. Clients describe me as serious and seriously funny, with a passion that encourages people to embrace curiosity as they realize the impact their whole self has on the way they lead and live.
My writing has been published in Harvard Business Review, Supply Chain Quarterly, Prehospital Disaster Medicine, and by Harvard Business Publishing, EBSCO Publishing, Thrive Global, and various industry blogs.
I hold an Associate Coach Certification from the International Coach Federation, a Certificate in Brain-Based Coaching from the NeuroLeadership Institute, as well as an executive MBA from the Valar Institute, a joint MA in International Relations and Environmental Policy from Boston University, and an MPH in International Health from Boston University School of Public Health. I am currently pursuing a PhD from the University of Maine.