You're an ambitious woman who wants to challenge the status quo in your career, BUT...
You’re successful and on a career path that everyone thinks you should stay on, so now may not be the “right” time to make a move.
You don’t know how you’d use your skills in a different role if you changed careers.
You’re running up against barriers at work and can’t figure out how to overcome the obstacles you’ve faced in your career.
you’re in the right spot my friend!
I’m the career disruptor helping ambitious women like you disrupt traditional thinking around their careers.
Many women feel that they have to choose between being a good employee or a good parent, spouse, friend and the list goes on and on. The struggle is real, and I’ve been where you are.
Here’s a little story….
That move wouldn’t have been such a huge deal if it weren’t for a little thing called the Recession in 2008.
I went to my boss and asked if I could transition from sales into human resources. It was risky because it would be a move from a “revenue creating” department to a “non-revenue creating” department.
I kept checking more boxes and doing all of the right things…or so I thought.
In 2011, I went back for two Masters while working full-time and even changed companies during grad school. I earned an MBA and a Masters in Human Resource Development and thought my path to success would be more within reach.
Advising leaders and coaching employees, career development, recruiting, training and performance development and creating a sense of inclusion, belonging and engagement for people within the company were what I enjoyed the most in HR.
Becoming a mom is one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences that I’ve ever had.
I’m responsible for this amazing little human being with her own personality and dreams.
I wanted to be a great mom AND continue in my career, BUT….
I’d been the primary breadwinner, which came with its own set of pressures.
I began working with coaches and counselors for support. After further personal reflection, I discovered that I had a passion for helping ambitious women specifically those who may have felt overlooked or undervalued in their careers or lives.
Our careers have a huge impact on our lives.
Life satisfaction goes waaaaay down when we’re not happy in our careers.
We can’t show up for the ones who need us most when our energy is completely zapped over time from our work and home life.
So, what does all of this mean for you?
You may have doctors or financial planners to help you with your health and financial goals. I’d love to be your professional guide on your career journey. You spend a lot of time at work building a career. Why not spend it joyfully?
I don’t pretend to have all of the answers. You, my friend, are walking in wisdom. It’s my goal to simply help you uncover the answers from within, encourage and challenge you to take action and guide you in creating a clear, step by step plan tailored to your career and life goals.
Thank you for coming along on this journey and reading this far. I hope that you find the content shared through my blogs and other resources helpful. I’d love to learn more about you and send updates that you can share to inspire others.
I’m excited that you and I have connected in some way. Let’s challenge the status quo and traditional thinking around careers together.
Anything is possible if you start by doing these two things….BELIEVE in yourself and no matter how small, BEGIN your journey towards the career and life that you want today!
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