I grew up feeling like I was constantly questioning, if being succesful meant I had to give up my authenticity, my humor, my quirky personality. I struggled living a life trying to please others and listen to the advice those older and more succesful than me told me “I should” be doing. I was confused. I was lost.
Eventually, I started listening to younger people who made me realize that things hadn’t changed and that they too still struggled to find others who would let them embrace their truth within the professional worlds. When I heard this, I knew it was time to step into my power. I knew I was done hiding my genius set of skills, talents, and authentic personality. I was done living a life catering to others, if it meant giving up parts of myself.
I am a community innovator.
Innovating the way you are currently fundraising to think outside of traditional models
Innovating the way you build stronger and more engaged communities
Innovating the way you connect with others by breaking down barriers that no longer serve you
Innovating the way you think about your efforts by looking at it from a collective perspective