Earned my Master’s degree in transformational and depth psychology with a specialization in Organizational Development. Wrote my thesis on the science of intuition.
Inducted into Forbes Coaches Council, an invitation-only community for leading business and career coaches.
Took my 8th grade son on a year long sabbatical to Latin America, where I could be found coaching from the deck of a sailboat floating in the Caribbean.
Completed more than 3500 coaching hours and 200+ training hours as a coach. Received the International Coach Federation Master Certified Coach credential, an elite award given to the top 1% of coaches worldwide.
Went to Purdue for two years of college. Discovered sociology and marched on Washington.
Lived and traveled as an artist, bringing my work to juried art shows throughout the upper Midwest. Realized that people were asking me for coaching, so I started a coaching practice.
Coached for the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help communities recover in national disaster areas of Southwestern Wisconsin.
Moved to the Bay Area of California, where I enjoy making music, doing yoga, and walking on the beach.
Went on walkabout in the Colombian Andes, meeting gypsies, thieves, and shamans.