Twenty years ago, I helped a friend conduct market research for a plastic wrap. We interviewed women preparing dinner and discussed leftovers. It was anything but boring, and I couldn’t believe the deep socio-political issues that emerged. I was hooked, but I wanted to market ideas for the greater good.
Long story short, I became a public interest communicator. Since then, I have led strategic communications for winning campaigns and coached hundreds of leaders from all walks of life.
My clients range from nonprofits – to elected leaders – to service practitioners. I have an intersectional feminist, anti-racist perspective and guide people who want to do greater good in the world while finding grounding to do greater good for themselves.
I’ve lived on the West Coast for 25 years. I hail from the great state of New Jersey and went to art school in NYC at Cooper Union. My likes include hiking, dogs, food, the Oxford comma, and East Coast humor – sometimes all at once.