Here’s what I know about you:

You are already successful, yet you’re under constant pressure to continue advancing as a professional and as a people leader.

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I get it.

As a former executive myself, I was constantly focused on improving my performance and leadership skills while continuing to drive the business forward.

And the reason I thrived in my career was because I put in the effort to assess myself and align my internal values with my external environment.

If you’re anything like the successful leaders I’ve worked with, there are a few elements of your personal and professional performance that could use some attention.

See, your career should empower, inspire, and fulfill you, fueling your success. Yet, so many high performers, like you, struggle with communication issues, lack the confidence to show up authentically in the workplace, or are unsure how to lead their teams effectively.

Other leaders may just feel a general sense of unrest. They love their careers, but yet something doesn’t feel right, and they lack the understanding of how to reconnect with their true self and realize opportunities for growth and expansion.

Here’s a secret: You weren’t meant to go it alone.

Partnering with a coach helps to accelerate your professional performance.

But, it’s vital to find and work with a perfect-for-you coach (which is why you’re here reading this now, right?)

If you’re looking for a great executive coach, you want someone who:

  • Understands the difference between coaching, consulting, mentoring, therapy, and advising
  • Has leadership or executive-level business experience themselves
  • Works as a professional, external coach serving executive-level clients
  • Holds professional certifications and advanced training in coaching
  • Invests in their own professional growth with a coach of their own

I am the right person to help you unleash the potential that’s already within you. Some of my career highlights include:

  • Leadership and executive roles throughout my 25-year career at EDS, Kelly Services, Ford Motor Company, and Deloitte Consulting
  • Serving over 540,000 Wolverine Alumni worldwide as an executive, leadership, and career coach at the University of Michigan
  • Presenting my doctoral research entitled The Power of Relationships: Navigating the Dance of Change through Executive Coaching at Harvard University and Columbia University
  • Engaging in an appointed research fellowship at Case Western Reserve University
  • Publishing experience, including multiple published articles in Harvard Business Review Ascend, book chapters on executive coaching in academic journals and a forthcoming book entitled Leading With Heart: The Human Element of Business™
  • Serving as adjunct faculty at the University of Michigan and teaching at Deloitte University where I coached over 700 rising leaders

You also want to partner with someone who continues to work on themselves and improve as an executive coach. Some of my certifications and merits include:


International Coach Federation (ICF) Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential, with PCC expected 2021


The Board Certified Coach (BCC) credential with Executive specialization from the Center for Credentialing and Education


Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching Certification for Executives and Teams


Certifications in Leadership and Emotional Intelligence assessments from Yale University (MSCEIT), Weatherhead School of Management (ESCI), and Academy of Management (MBTI)


Faculty Excellence certification from Deloitte LLP


A Fellow at Harvard University’s Institute of Coaching


Member of the International Coach Federation

5 Things

5 Things You Might Be Surprised to Discover About Me

  • 1 As a competitive ballroom dancer, I recently cha-cha’d my way to multiple titles in several national competitions
  • 2 In 1992, I took my first plane ride on Lufthansa’s inaugural flight from Detroit to Frankfurt - and become fluent in German while studying at the Universitaet Mainz
  • 3 Rachmaninoff is my favorite composer to play, although his hands were way bigger than mine
  • 4 Visiting Bali in early 2020 was country #34 on passport #4 - hoping that a Bora Bora honeymoon will be #35
  • 5 Living in China with a broken right wrist, I had to learn how to use chopsticks with my non-dominant left hand
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I invite you to reach out for a complimentary discovery call to find out if we’d be the perfect dance partners on your coaching journey.