My family say my middle name should really be ‘organised’ and I've become known as the person who gets stuff done. From running market research projects to a $12 million fundraising campaign for a not for profit, I've had roles with many plates spinning at once, whilst juggling hobbies, work life balance, a social life and a need to be always doing something. 

In the past I’ve questioned my career and felt unfulfilled, and now I want to help others avoid that pain and frustration.

That’s why I started coaching. I am a qualified coach from CoachU and a Careershifters & Firework Advanced Certified Coach (all recognised by the International Coach Federation). I work every day with these individuals: people in career transition, starting their own enterprise or searching for new direction. I know when people find what they love, heart and soul, their life changes.

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I look to bring my knowledge to wider audiences as well as individual and group coaching. I run workshops on how to kick start your career change, finding a meaningful career, values, motivations and other topics. I also contribute articles to various online publications including Collective Hub and Diverse City Careers. If you are in Australia you can watch a clip of me talking about career change on Weekend Sunrise.

Whilst I'm helping you achieve your goals, I’m also pursuing my own. I'm either volunteering or doing paid work for charities, trying to live an eco conscious, low tox life and am regularly trying new and scary things like improv comedy, kayaking at dawn or a month without buying plastic.

As a coach, I take my role with clients very seriously. I work diligently to maintain ICF ethics and standards of behaviour and uphold all the responsibilities that come with my profession. That includes maintaining honesty, transparency and confidentiality in my working relationships.