I work with women leaders who want more from all the experience and expertise they built over the years.
Who want more from their professional life.
Who want more opportunities. Time. Freedom. Money. All the things.
As an outsider looking in, I have seen first-hand how hard it is to be a woman in leadership.
You might be battling imposter syndrome. You might be feeling stuck without quite knowing why. Maybe you don’t feel seen in your current role and you are unsure of how to change that. Maybe you want to start your own thing and you don’t know where to start.
You might be wondering who can help you think through your situation and help you change it.
My path has always been one of carving my own way. But I didn't know that is what I was doing. It just felt really difficult. And then it got even harder.
As I followed my curiosity and opportunities, I ended up in consulting. I supported senior leaders and executives to design and execute major change projects. But when I came back from maternity leave in 2016, I was exhausted and depleted. I had a hard time remembering my own name and was constantly doubting my abilities.
Even though I didn’t believe in my capacity, I delivered again and again, above and beyond expectations. Every single time.
That I wasn’t alone and that there was nothing wrong with me. That thousands of women across the world were and still are experiencing this fear, this anxiety, and this imposter syndrome. That I wasn’t the only woman who felt stuck. Does it ring a bell?
After a lengthy (and often painful) soul searching process, I picked myself and chose to focus on the change women in leadership want to create in their lives and careers.
Working with women, helping them create a life and career on their own terms as they become unapologetically visible is my life’s mission.