About Me

“You don't just have a story - you're a story in the making, and you never know what the next chapter's going to be.  That's what makes it exciting." -Dan Millman

I am a work/life success coach.   My passion is coaching energetic midlifers who are in transition and seeking an authentic path of expression while expanding their best sense of self.  Often they are seeking a  passionate, meaningful connection to their life’s work as they enter their next chapter.  My mission is to provide tools for those entering their next chapter as they turn their visions into realities.  Whether changing careers, exploring talents through education/creative expression, or giving back to the community through volunteering.

I am trained by the leading global provider of coach training programs, Coach U.  Coach U has offered the most comprehensive coach training programs since 1992. Also, I am a member of the International Coaching Federation and a certified ACC coach.  This worldwide organization exists to preserve the integrity of the coaching profession through programs and standards.

In addition, I am a certified facilitator for the program, “Too Young to Retire”.  This workshop provides midlifers with enlightening exercises as well as resources to help them make meaningful choices as they enter their “second act” of life.   I am a trained Purpose and Passion Coach.  For the past 10 years, I've been a workshop facilitator for the St. Louis Community College Plus 50 program.  For a list of upcoming workshops please visit my Events Page.

I have a solid business background in the service industries of design and real estate. Some of what I bring to my clients include time management, goal setting, and personal leadership skills.  As a professional, I am passionate about maintaining client-centered relationships, and high customer service.  What I enjoy the most is helping people navigate transition with a sense of support and confidence.  Together we explore how to make the best use of all their current available opportunities while tapping into their inner resources.

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