Business strategist, marketing consultant, conscious leadership coach, professional dancer, and believer in big dreams
After graduating from Brown University, I turned an unknown company into an internationally-recognized travel brand and nearly tripled revenue to $36M—all while competing in dance competitions across North America.
On the outside, it seemed like I was thriving, but inside I felt burnout and apathetic about pretty much everything in my life, especially the direction of my career. Somewhere deep inside I knew I had a different dream, and while this life was pretty good, I wanted more.
So I embarked on a personal journey to reconnect with myself and consciously create a life I was excited about living.
Along the way, I learned I cared a lot more about advancing female leadership and fostering personal growth than I did about climbing the corporate ladder. I got honest about wanting dance to be something more than a weekend hobby. Most importantly, I did a lot of internal, emotional work and discovered that when you give yourself permission to do the damn thing you’ve spent most of your life avoiding because other people, society, etc., made you feel like it wasn’t good enough, or you shouldn’t or, couldn’t do it, magical things start to happen.