When I started my business 12 years ago, even my experiences having been a corporate executive in Fortune 500s like Time Warner and startups like WebMD, not to mention having attended one of the Top 5 graduate business schools in the US (Northwestern's Kellogg School), didn’t prepare me for the challenges I was about to encounter as a business owner.
I stand for women who are serious about learning to build and grow their own business and independence.
Business was designed BY men, FOR men. Too often, its conventions exclude or devalue feminine gifts and approaches that may accomplish business goals as well, if not better.
I want to support women to value themselves because of, not despite, their talents.
In my capacity as a business coach, I hold up a mirror before women entrepreneurs who are too hard on themselves, and tell them who and what I see, helping bring them into the authentic confidence they deserve to thrive and succeed.
In my capacity as a business advisor, I teach foundational business skills and principles that owners can use today and throughout the life of their business.
More than a cheerleader, I am a truth teller and tireless advocate.