“The challenges of finding love are highly complex, seldom systematically explored, and relatively new.”-
Alain de Botton
Back in 2017, when I decided to get become a coach, I enrolled in two programs: one for life coaching and one for health coaching. I was planning to become a “comprehensive wellness coach,” as if the world needed another one of those.
But then I published these two things on the internet:
…and the course of my coaching career changed overnight.
As a coach I’m here to facilitate change, namely in the form of giving you more agency (a sense of ownership and control) over your pursuit of partnership. This isn’t just about knowing what to text back or how to avoid being ghosted. This is about transforming your dating experience to move purposefully towards the relationship you want.
If more of the nitty gritty is what you want, then here goes: I hold a B.A. in Philosophy with honors from Johns Hopkins University, with a concentration in Women and Gender Studies. I received my life coaching training through the Coaches Training Institute and health coaching training through the Nutritional Therapy Association. I spent most of my 20s and 30s growing companies – some big, some small, some my own. Most recently I led marketing for Aaptiv, taking the company from a humble team of three to over 100 full time employees 20 million in revenue in less than two years.
Most folks work with me because they’ve read something I’ve written and thought “OMG! This person gets me.” Maybe you’ll have that experience. Maybe not. Either way, all that writing can be found here.
And if you’re interested in working together, all those details are here.