I can read a tide chart, a tiramisu recipe, and a balance sheet. One part executive, one part entrepreneur, two parts budget nerd, and three parts mom/teacher.
When I became a single mom and wanted to teach my kids at home, most people thought I was crazy! That was the moment I realized I have a gift to share: the gift of making things doable for people. Sometimes that looks like having a conversation over a cup of coffee, filming a tutorial, or rolling up my sleeves and digging into the backend of a website. In my professional career, I have partnered with several nonprofit organizations to bring a sense of order and stability to an otherwise capricious business model. Trading chaos for simplicity is my jam.
I love helping clients cut through the noisy clutter of half-baked ideas and offering simple, sound solutions that make their business dreams a reality.
Especially long conversations with friends over tacos. There’s nothing more uniting (or humbling) than deep belly laughs with cilantro between your front teeth.
Paddling out into the middle of a lake and sitting there, bobbing slightly in the waves, is one of the most peaceful, serene experiences on earth. Recommended for stress relief, long talks with God, and slightly sunburnt shoulders.
Whether it’s grabbing a last-minute camping reservation or spending hours crafting a road trip through the English countryside, adventure is my middle name. However, I like to be semi-prepared for spontaneity. Is that a thing?