I am an obsessive cat lover.

There I got that out of the way.

If I still have your attention, then we are good to go.

I have been coaching teams, executives and individuals to make radical change since 1997.  I am the founder of; I have a Master of Business Administration Degree; I am a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, trained in Organizational and Relationship Systems Coaching and Team Coaching. I was awarded the illustrious credential of Master Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation (ICF) in 2010 and I am honoured to be an ICF PCC / MCC Assessor and Registered ICF Mentor Coach.

As a Certified Core Values Index™ (CVI) Practitioner, I offer every new client the opportunity to take this very unique assessment tool that provides in-depth insight into the innate, unchanging core driving nature of an individual.

I love to be on the leading edge, a pioneer, in every area of my life; I was the first to introduce strategic marketing into a Canadian teaching hospital; I have a diverse range of life experience, which includes a 15-year career in the corporate world. I am an artist, a writer, a reflexology instructor, I am certified in numerous holistic modalities …… and …. I lived in the  Himalayan mountains of northern India for 7 years while studying with a meditation and yoga master. And that is where I started to investigate the integration of holistic medicine and emotional balancing with my work. Of course falling off a ten foot cliff to herniate four discs in my back to bring me back to Canada in a wheel chair is a whole other story. Ask me about it when we talk.

My clients are high-performing professional coaches who are driven to step up their coaching mastery skills in service of being the most potent change catalysts possible for their clients.  

When I am not assisting clients in creating radical change,  I can usually be found exploring the woods, swimming in the lake on a hot summer’s day, or knee-deep in some creation with paint, words, or food. My next favourite past-time is laughing with my husband at the antics of our two Maine Coon cats.  


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