14 years ago I graduated from Police Academy! Reflecting on the journey reminds me that there is a plan and purpose for each of us.
Change is tough but so are you. Consider these practical takeaways and anecdotes that will encourage you during a season of reinvention.
My first 60-days with New Hope Girls has nearly lapsed. Wow, what a beautiful journey these last two months have been. Although, if I am being honest (which I am), I feel like I have been with them forever. I have been connected to our organization for about 4 years, in some capacity. But thisContinue reading “6 Things I’ve Realized in My First 60 Days”
I am starting a new career ADVENTURE! With enthusiasm, joy, delight and determination I announce I have been selected to lead the marketing, sales, communications and public relations efforts for New Hope Girls.
Working from home while simultaneously mothering is simply not easy. There is no denying it is full of competing priorities, a constant pull between roles and moments of exponential frustration. As I worked from home over the last few months I swapped stories with other “WFH” moms who expressed feeling chronically overwhelmed and as ifContinue reading “Work From Home — while parenting!”
Your personal brand will show up to the workplace but also has a life outside of it. Your brand is who you are known to be and how others experience you.
Is it too late to be a talk show host? I’m asking for a friend. Okay… I am that friend! In all seriousness, I recently had the opportunity to conduct a series of interview-based videos for my job. The goal was to share practical information while also showing the warmth and supportive nature of ourContinue reading “Too late to be a talk show host?”
My laptop has been with me through a lot of distinct roles, across my varied career. My stickers are silent storytellers about the meaningful journey I have experienced.
So much is out of our control these days but we do have control of how we show up and engage with others. Let’s reach past what we do and take time to explore who we really are.