“We are all born to lead, yet it’s only when you intentionally develop your leadership skills that you become an exceptional leader.”
After decades developing leaders in the fields of education and the non-profit sector, I’ve found many of my students and clients simply needed a little support to bring forward their internal leader. This belief propelled me to found the Center for Learning Leaders, where leadership is intentional.
The Center for Learning Leaders is for both emerging and experienced leaders and their teams. In addition to one-on-one coaching, I enjoy leading interactive, purpose-centered leadership events. In all the work I do, I integrate the belief that we have the tools to care for ourselves and others, we simply need to identify them and intentionally integrate them into our lives.
I encourage all my clients to be learning leaders so I make sure to never stop learning myself. The majority of my research focuses on social learning theory with my current work revolving around Communities of Practice, a progressive leadership and learning model.
Since I believe that leadership is innate in all people, I work alongside you to purposefully develop your unique leadership skills. If we decide to form a coaching partnership, we’ll focus on your beliefs, your purpose, as well as the tools and partnerships available to you so you can consistently produce exceptional outcomes.
A Doctor of Philosophy in K-12 Education at Capella University, an MA in Educational Leadership from St. Mary's College, and a BA in Religious Studies from UC Berkeley.
Certified Reiki Master — integrating the belief that we have the tools to care for ourselves and others, we simply need to identify them and intentionally integrate them into our lives.
Led a school in earning a California Distinguished School Award and Exemplary Career Technology Award.
Selected for a national study of highly effective Principals.
Principal Coach for the California Linked Learning District Initiative.
Currently, Program Chair for Ed Leadership at the Graduate School of Education at Touro University. Previously Associate Faculty for Humanities at University of Phoenix.
Dissertation focus was social learning theory as the framework of support groups as a positive intervention for Latino males at risk of not graduating high school.
Launched Center for Learning Leaders, to support the development of exceptional leaders and leadership teams.
Co-founded Newave Leaders, an organization designed to educate, inspire, and empower women to develop high-performance leadership.