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Executive Coach, Organizational Consultant, Certified Dare to Lead™️ Facilitator

As a professional certified coach, organizational consultant, and Certified Dare to Lead™️ Facilitator, I'm passionate about supporting people to transcend discomfort and division to create–and sustain–compassionate connections that honor the humanity of every human and serve our absolute best work together. Centering equity and social justice, and drawing on research in the neuroscience of connection and belonging, emotional intelligence, and positive psychology, I work with leaders to maximize professional impact, cultivate effective and rewarding relationships, and realize visions for personal and professional achievement. 

My training and experience in clinical social work and qualitative research—as well as my background in the fine arts and strategic marketing—fuel a creative approach to human-centered leadership.

I've been fortunate to work with a wide variety of amazing organizations including the Humane Society of the US, Ibis, the City of Eugene, OR, the Ad Council, Spotify, Nickelodeon, Disney General Entertainment, Goodwill NYNJ, Swarthmore College, Health Care Without Harm, DOROT Elder Services, the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and the Human Rights Campaign.

I earned both my bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and completed my executive coach training at Teleos Leadership Institute. I'm an alum of Robert Gass’s Art of Transformational Consulting and Certified Facilitator of Brené Brown’s Dare to Lead program.


I'm a member of the board of The Prince Jones, Jr. Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to educating and uplifting students of the African Diaspora through scholarships, and ensuring that Prince Jones’s story, and the collective story of Black people is never forgotten.

I live outside Philadelphia, PA with my wife and dog. While I'm passionate about my work with leaders, I also walk the talk of work-life balance. In my downtime, you'll often find me walking in the forest, reading a book, or doing something creative. 

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