I am a CTI Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), and an Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coaching Federation. I am also a Narrative Coach Core Practitioner. I hold a law degree from Northeastern University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Vassar College.
I became a coach because I love working one-on-one with people, learning about what is authentically important to them, and creating a customized framework to activate their individual growth and desired change. Through coaching, I will help you target and develop the areas in your life that you are eager to improve, build-upon, or create from scratch.
I work with individual coaching clients from all over the country, and lead workshops in the Boston area. I also consult with grassroots non-profit organizations interested in developing their infrastructure to the next level.
Prior to becoming a coach, I was an attorney at a family law firm in Massachusetts, and a career advisor at a Boston law school. In both of these roles, I enjoyed working with people to help them make strategic decisions and navigate obstacles in order to obtain their goals.
On a personal note, I am married and have two young children who stretch, challenge and inspire me each day. I arrived in Boston about 15 years ago to attend law school and never left. Other places I have lived in include New York City, Copenhagen, and Seattle. I enjoy doing yoga, going to movies, running and biking, and curling up with a great book. I am proud to serve on the Board of Directors of Jeff’s Place Children's Bereavement Center, Inc., a non-profit organization that offers comprehensive support for grieving children and teens who have lost a parent or sibling.