Welcome and thanks for coming by to say hello. First, a little about me and why I do what I do.
Then I had a daughter.
The second I heard “It’s a girl,” I decided that I needed to build a “better me” because of her. Yet, I had no idea how to do this.
It was then I realized that despite all the outward signs that I “had it together,” on the inside my confidence wasn’t built on a solid foundation. Since I was a child, I’d had the feeling that I was not enough. I had the outside appearance and trappings of a confident girl, but deep inside I never really believed the feedback the universe was giving me.
I spent so much time outwardly focused – trying to please and impress others with my academic achievements, athletic abilities, physical appearance, and ladylike social skills – that I never spent much time looking inward.
I had no idea how to build confidence from the inside.
As an educator, author, certified life coach, I see firsthand what your lives look and feel like. It was my own life too before I chose to take the reins.
I am in the trenches with you, maybe a step or two ahead, and that is exactly where you want your guide to be. “You have to live it to give it” my mentor Martha Beck always says.
So dear visitor, let’s live it with confidence and kindness so that we can give it to our daughters.
Love and Learning,
I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Emory University where I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. Early in my career, I worked at Tiffany & Co and E! Entertainment Television in digital media and marketing until I couldn’t ignore my true calling anymore. I went back to school and became a certified coach by the Martha Beck Institute and opened my family coaching practice based in Westchester, New York. I am a Senior Educator at the Girls Leadership Institute and serve on their Advisory Board. I helped lead the charge to build the Westchester Children’s Museum and serve on their Board as well. I am an engaged and hands-on mother of three and have a natural ability to understand and connect with kids both as a guide and a friend. I often am called a “modern mentor” by clients.
I work with families, parents, and girls aged 8 to 18 looking for support in raising and becoming girls confident, caring and courageous girls. The defining feature they all share is that they want more for themselves and their families and understand that today’s “on the go” and screen-obsessed lifestyle is getting in the way of achieving that.