surrounded by dozens of acres of corn and cows. My days were enjoyed with my neighborhood friends riding bikes, ice-skating on the pond, playing kick the can, and eating pretzels that a birch tree magically made. There were fifteen kids in my grade-school class and we were all like brothers and sisters—adoring and despising one another simultaneously. I tapped my way through ten years of dance classes and shared my weekends and holidays with my clan of cousins. What could be better than a good game of Monopoly and the production of a talent show?
Enveloped in this simple, rural, working-class life, we learned the wondrous art of creating our own fun and economical celebrations. This gave me the great freedom to connect and find simple joy in the moment. The seeds of my life’s work were planted, which would later appear in every facet of my professional life. After I earned a B.A. in education and a master’s degree in leadership and administration, I went on to teach learning-disabled students, train bank employees, start Discovery Seminars (a training and speaking company), and act as communication director of a nonprofit organization. Throughout each of these varied careers wove a common thread: supporting people as they learned to love, trust and celebrate themselves - educating and inspiring to reconnect with their simple joy.
Today I am thrilled with my multifaceted career as an author, life support coach and voice-over artist. As a coach, I help my clients to succeed with the projects and passions of their heart while deeply appreciating themselves throughout the process. As an author and speaker, I have the opportunity to share all that I’ve learned along the way. And as a voice-over artist, I get to be a kid again, to delight in using my voice in creative and educational projects.
I treasure my personal roles as a sister, aunt, friend and partner to a dreamy man. When I step away from my work, I’m happiest in the garden, my art classes, or playing a good game of Monopoly.
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