Many ideas grow better when transplanted into another mind than the one where they sprang up.

Oliver Wendell Holmes

I am passionate about

  • Being an innovative and trusted contributor to a team of people who are dedicated to the work they do
  • Being a patient teacher, a hungry learner, and a warm and positive presence in both my personal and professional life
  • Being organized, efficient and effective when supporting our amazing CC,LLC team

What makes me whole

  • Spending summers on the lake fishing, skiing, tubing, swimming and relaxing with my husband and three children
  • Traveling and exploring new places, foods and cultures
  • Watching my kids learn and grow through their experiences and choices
  • Making music with friends

My Prior Professional Endeavors

Before wrangling the schedules, CRM, LMS and SharePoint systems and CPE for the ConvergenceCoaching team, I was the Assistant to the Head of School at a private college prep school in Wisconsin where I supported the school Head and the Marketing, Communications, Admissions, School Counseling, Academic Support, College Counseling, Alumni Relations and Athletic departments. I managed the day to day and behind the scenes operations of the school and acted as the hub of communication and information for our faculty, staff, Leadership Team and Board of Trustees as well as the students and parents.

Inspired Ideas Blog

Jun 29 2020

I Have a Dream

Diversity & Inclusion, Inspired Ideas Blog

As we celebrate the 244th birthday of the United States of America, I assert that the right to have a dream, like Martin Luther King, Jr. shared in 1963, is a cornerstone on which our great country was built. The immigrants who came here through Ellis Island had a dream, and our military and police […]

Jun 11 2020

With Liberty and Justice For All

Current Affairs, Diversity & Inclusion, Inspired Ideas, Inspired Ideas Blog

I am a person of privilege. I was raised by two Caucasian parents, my father with a Bachelor’s degree and my mom with a Master’s. They raised me in a financially and emotionally stable household and are still married today. I am a fourth-generation Episcopalian and my life has been enriched by that supportive community. […]

Jun 4 2020

Let’s Give it a Name: Grief

Current Affairs, Inspired Ideas Blog

As I began writing this blog, I was contemplating the feelings of loss, lack of control, uncertainty, fear of illness and a host of other often intense feelings we have been experiencing since this pandemic began. I appreciated a Harvard Business Review article that said what we’re experiencing is grief. It was refreshing to give […]