Nice to meet you

I discovered my passion for Career Coaching after the company I had been working at for seven years decided they were reorganizing and my department had been eliminated effective immediately. After a period of panic and mindlessly submitting applications for anything I could find with no success, I remember thinking there must be a better way. I started researching and then studying to become a Career Coach. Because, yes, there are better ways.

In my work, I like to place emphasis on self-reliance and self-discovery, meaning that I prefer to take the role of a facilitator or a mentor. My methodology follows the current research in the field overall, and I take care of keeping on top of all new developments in the field.

I am a member of the National Career Development Association, the North Carolina Career Development Association, and Career Thought Leadership.


My methods


Career Assessments can provide clarity on your strengths, weaknesses, and goals

Personal Branding

When you are ready to start the job search, personal branding is a critical step. Personal Branding is about developing your own personal marketing campaign.

Coaching Sessions

Open and engaging conversations using professional coaching methods focusing on self-reliance giving clients full control of their decisions, goals, and. outcomes.

Situational Coaching

A personalized approach for each client, adjusted according to the specific context and goals and depending on factors such as the urgency, complexity, and importance, of the need. As well as the skills, experience, and readiness. This style is advantageous, allowing for flexibility, ranging responsiveness, and effectiveness as a coach.


Relentlessly Curious and always Learning


Salem State University

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration

National Career Development Association

Career Coach Training


Global Career Development Facilitator

Certified Career Services Provider

Certified Career Transition Coach


National Career Development Association
North Carolina Career Development Association
Career Thought Leadership

Have any questions?

If you have any questions about Career Coaching, feel free to contact us.