My journey into life coaching began when I decided to become a mentor for a survivor of domestic violence in 2010. The Second Step, which helps survivors of domestic violence become self-reliant and successful through residential and community based programs, trains volunteers and pairs them with survivors. The training involved work with life coaches. This training and my relationship with my mentee helped me realize that I wanted to become a life coach.
After completing my training, I coached many survivors all of whom were dealing with issues around money and finances. My interest and expertise around money led me to become a Money Coach at Capital One. As a Money Coach, I helped my clients explore their core beliefs about money and how they affected their actions, as well as, identify and prioritize their values and use them to inform their goals and financial decisions.
I get tremendous satisfaction helping my clients lead happier, more fulfilling lives.
If you want to change your life, change what you feel.
If you want to change what you feel, change what you think.
Let me show you how.
Certified Professional Coach (CPC)
Energy Leadership Index™ Master Practitioner (ELI-MP)
B.A. from Tufts University
M.B.A. from Harvard University