Meet the Heart of Me
I’m a preacher’s wife, mom, nurse, busy executive, coach, etc, Most of all, I’m a lover of life, itself. I believe God intended for us to enjoy life to fullest and experience ALL good things it has to offer.
In 2014, I was diagnosed with Sarcoidosis, an autoimmune disease that can be deadly. I was on strong medicine and had an allergic reaction. I decided I had had enough of trying to be strong like someone else, drowning in stress from work and home and poor health. I knew there was more to life than just getting THROUGH the day. That’s when my own transformation began with LIVING in my true God given purpose and integrating natural healing remedies into my daily regimen. Today, I’m only on an over-the-counter medicine and thriving.
My mission is to work with people who want to let their authentic inner light shine bright and be at their very best for themselves first and then others. Over the past few years, I’ve been leading and living with compassion and purpose. Most importantly, I’ve been living the example that has inspired others to transform as well. You can live a healthy, happy, healed and whole.
I believe in living by example and self-awareness is a very powerful force that can not be ignored. I strive to be the catalyst to inspire others to discover the essence of who they are and live authentically in every aspect of life.
The Professional Side of Life
Why I Coach and Teach Coaching
My journey has been exactly what it needed to be. I haven’t wasted time because every situation I’ve experienced has brought me up to this point. My healthcare background and career experiences as a staff nurse, manager and an executive sets me apart from other coaches. In 2015, I joined the faculty at to teach others who are interested in becoming an authentic leadership coach.