I love to help people figure things out and create conditions for success in what they do and in what they want. As a speaker, coach, and trainer, I transform audiences and individuals by helping them “Show Up Available” for leadership, life, and love. How do I do it? By getting my audiences and clients to see things in a different way, they then become available for expanding their thinking, feeling, speaking, and behavioral skills to align with the results they want. The approach works nearly every time.
I got interested in becoming a Life Coach in 2006 when I realized the value of people who had helped me on my journey. I realized that I wanted to help others, too. I became a Certified Life Coach in 2010 after attending a program called “LifeWorks School of Coaching” offered by Farra Allen in Atlanta, Georgia. That experience transformed me and provided the foundation for my coaching approach and model, as well as developing me personally and professionally.
My leadership background comes from 27 years of service in the US Army. In 2013, I retired as a Lieutenant Colonel after serving my final year of service in Afghanistan. I had plenty of other deployments and opportunities during that time to observe and practice leadership first-hand. I leverage this experience in my approach to helping executives, business owners, and other leaders face decision-making and problem-solving opportunities. In addition to my own leadership coaching practice, I am also an Executive Coach with Lee Hecht Harrison in Atlanta. In this role, I specialize in talent and leadership development and coach C-Suite, high potential, and other corporate executives.