Technology Entrepreneur, Life Coach, Style and Etiquette Consultant, ESL Writing and Language tutor and adventurer, athlete, reader, writer and more
Presentation is key. How one presents themselves matters in business as much as in one's personal life. My classic yet nuanced style incorporates the best elements from every style epoch from the 1920's through the 2000's. I am available to consult in style and etiquette so that you may put your best foot forward in any and every social situation. From building a stylish, enduring wardrobe to coaching on social etiquette, I am an excellent resource for presenting yourself authentically and positively.
The dating world is tough, especially for professionals. But just like anything, navigating it is a skill anyone with an open mind and heart can learn. My Psychology and Sociology studies, as well as my own experiences, have allowed me to bring a critical eye to the modern dating world. I am able to coach men and women on strategies and skills to help them find the kind of people they are looking to meet, and coach them through the beginnings of a relationship. From online dating profile optimization to date planning to social skills and coaching, I am an excellent resource for anyone looking to put their best self forward to find a meaningful relationship.
I have 5 years of experience one-on-one tutoring students of all ages. I specialize in reading and comprehension as well as writing and composition for ESL students. I am passionate about helping students harness the expressive power of the English language to articulate them selves artfully and authentically.
Working with team members of different backgrounds is often challenging, especially when there are powerful yet subverted preconceived notions about one's demographic. One of the most salient of these demographics is age. Millennials are born between 1981 and 1996. This cohort grew up with more technology at their finger tips than any other generation previous. There is a stigma that Millennials are spoiled or entitled or any number of negative things. Thinking this way about young professionals is damaging to both your business and career as well as theirs. Re-framing how you think about Millennials in the workplace is the key to maximizing productivity and opportunity for these young, ambitious professionals. Understanding what is important to Millennials, how they work best, and how to best work with them, will foster enduring and positive professional relationships with an innovative, fast-paced, and gutsy group of professionals.