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About Me

I hold a compassionate, judgement free space for you!

About Me

I started a career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in an entry level position and ended my career as the administrative officer of the 7th largest field office. I specialized in human resources, administrative operations, procurement, facilities, and programs. I completed my coach education through the Office of Personnel Management’s Federal Internal Coaching Program.  My commitment to life-long learning and serving others was met where I got to be part of a dynamic group of coaches that supported leadership development at all levels of responsibility.


I earned my Associate Certified Coach through the International Coaching Federation, and it was life changing! I placed a period to my FBI AO Newark story; however, the passion to serve others continues. I volunteer as a Presidential Management Fellows Leadership Development Program team coach. I support several non-profit organizations that offer leadership, personal, and professional development coaching to BIPOC populations that don't have ready access to transformative coaching such as Coaching for Everyone (CFE), Enjoyable Growth of Pain Academy (EPOG), and Dress for Success, Northern NJ, Steps 2 Success, and I’m a certified facilitator for a family caregiver evidence based coping skills program.

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I launched Career Forward Coaching  to leverage my coaching skills with my years of federal hiring expertise to support those interested in federal government opportunities and career advancement. Personally, I live in New Jersey to a compassionate husband, Dennis, and best friend for over 40 years. I’m a mom of four, 3 sons and an extraordinary daughter. I’m passionate about empowering others to grow, thrive and succeed with grace. I love word games, Zumba, and all genres of music.

Your new chapter starts with a simple conversation. Book a discovery call today, let’s get started!

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“Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves."

Henry David Thoreau

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