I was born in Chicago, Illinois but grew
up in the environs of New York City. Coming from a
show business family, I received a BA in drama from the
University of California at Irvine. I was “on the boards” for ten
years; appearing on Broadway, The Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles
and the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. My love of drama led
to a twenty year career in daytime television as a writer and producer.
I worked on many of the daytime shows before joining the writing team
One Life to Live, winning an Emmy in 1994. I became the Executive Producer
for One Life to Live in the mid-nineties.
Along the way I discovered that one of my greatest strengths and deepest desires
was to be of service to people. Following that trail I enrolled in the training program
for Co-active coaching offered by The Coaches Training Institute. After my training I
completed a six month certification program with CTI and am now a certified professional
co-active coach. As a result of this journey, I’ve developed my niche which is
“Designing the next act of your life.” I am a member of the International Coach
Federation and have completed the Leadership program with CTI.