As an ally to those with the least amount of automatic privilege, I seek to live my core values of kindness, health, and curiosity, building relationships and collaborating to create meaning and incite change. A certified executive and life coach, I am open to thought partnership with any individual or organization that seeks to evolve, but have a particular focus on empowering people of color, women, and those who identify in some manner with the LGBTQ community.
A lifelong fiction writer, I explore the perspectives, strengths, and flaws of people seeking purpose in a volatile world. Through non-fiction such as The 4 Spheres of Intentional Living and my blogs, I share insights and anecdotes toward helping people to grow in physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual engagement. I’ve been writing prose since I was a child.
My professional work has taken me to various arenas, each building upon the other, including journalism, ministry, financial services, health care, and wireless. I continue to learn something new every day, especially through getting to know people, places, and situations that differ from my own context.
Thank you for visiting, and I hope that we find a meaningful way to connect and support each other.
My latest posts
- An Important Native American Holiday This Thursday - There are several Native American holidays celebrated throughout the calendar year. This Thursday, June 21, is the traditional day for the Inti Raymi Festival, coinciding with the winter solstice and the Native celebration of the sun as a life-giving power. Read here to learn more about each of these important holidays. The history of America […]
- Reflecting on Juneteenth - Today is Juneteenth. Take some time to reflect on the importance of this date, and what it means to each person who happens to reside in the United States. Like it or not, we have a unique, tragic history that is completely intertwined with the practice of slavery.
- Opioid Crisis Hurting the Economy? - Interesting article regarding possible connections between the opioid crisis and workforce participation. It’s vital that we do a better job helping those who suffer to get the emotional and medical support they truly need, for sustainable recovery and resumption of a meaningful life.
- Slouching Toward Theocracy - Just another egregious example of our nation slouching closer and closer to theocracy: The U.S. Attorney General’s use of a Biblical passage to justify separating immigrant children from their parents. Even Jeff Sessions’ denomination, The United Methodist Church, condemned his behavior. Public policy “proof texting” from any sacred scroll should scare us all. Despite popular […]
- Great Read: We Should All Be Feminists - Check out this book.