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For those ready for change, I will be your partner through the journey.

Every day is filled with choices. Some are really easy. Some are made for us, whether we like it or not. And some are better faced with a little help. There are no magic answers and having someone on your side doesn’t always mean you’ll hear exactly what you want to hear. Sometimes it means dealing directly with the hard stuff. And when life is really hard, you may need support along with meaningful feedback. As your coach, I will provide both.

I have experienced a number of transitions and challenges throughout my life, and each has contributed to me identifying my personal goal to serve as a life coach for others. I have been married and divorced, experienced the challenges of being a single mother, and made significant mid-life career changes – and survived all!

First, as a seasoned marketing and advertising executive with extensive experience in new business and as an award-winning broadcast writer and producer, I had the pleasure of working with a wide variety of clients, from start-ups to well established corporations to non-profits. Exposure to different types of businesses, and the products and services offered by each of them, enables me to provide you with effective communication skills to enhance your career without spending excessive time.

and so does being compassionate


In mid-life, I added another dimension, becoming a registered nurse with a BS in Nursing, followed by a master's in Adult Health Nursing. Specializing in emergency nursing, I have not only practiced as an ER nurse, but I have also served as adjunct faculty for two major schools of nursing. I have taught emergency nursing, both domestically and internationally. I have seen firsthand the real challenges of life and death from a healthcare provider's perspective, as a family member and caregiver, and even as a patient. I help both patients and families understand their options and make hard decisions about their health and healthcare.

A few years ago, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I know what it’s like first hand to have health challenges. My personal experience with these challenges provides me with greater insight into those of you who need to make hard choices and commitments to your own wellbeing moving forward.

This year I completed a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree. My work in this area centers around end-of-life decision making. This work aims to prepare nurses and other healthcare providers to work with patients and families during one of the most challenging times of their lives. I am also committed to working directly with people in the community, both individually and with groups, to help them make the best choices for themselves and their loved ones.

To learn more about my work go to End-of-life Decision-Making.


Sometimes you need more than a friend—you need a coach. Someone who can objectively assess the situation, set realistic goals, and give constructive feedback along the way.

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