About Me

When I graduated from Hofstra University in 1995 with a degree in Banking and Finance, I came up with a mission statement for my career; “I want my career to be an extension of my personality”.   My work experience has been a journey that has been guided by my mission statement.

I am intensely curious about how people behave and work together.  I believe that my Executive and Organizational Coaching practice satisfies my intellectual curiosity about why people behave the way they do and also fulfills my need to connect with people. It has taken me about thirteen years to find a career path that I am truly passionate about. The journey has been rich and full of learning.

As part of my journey, I have worked for the most prominent consulting firms in the world including Andersen Consulting (Accenture), IBM and Sapient. I have served as a trusted consultant for several global companies including JP Morgan Chase, Metlife, Reuters, Nokia, Franklin Templeton, and United Healthcare.

One day in early 2009, I sat down to count how many companies I have seen from the “inside”.  I came up with an approximate number of forty. The number sounds large but mostly, it is because of my career in consulting which has enabled me to work on multiple projects for up to five clients in any given year.

I focused my attention on developing specialized expertise in Organizational and People Development in 2006.  I am in the process of completing a Masters degree in Organizational Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University.  In addition, I received a certificate in Internal Organizational Coaching from Columbia University.

I look forward to continuing my journey of refining my expertise and helping my clients grow as people and professionals at work. I believe that if I consistently meet these two objectives, I will stay true to my mission statement of having a career that is an extension of my personality.