Entrepreneur, Author, Coach, Consultant, Organizational Shaman and Keynote Speaker & Keynote Listener
I am the promise of forgiveness and reconciliation in the world. I haven’t always known this but I have always been moving toward it. I started my healing journey at a young age. I am a shaman. It has taken me a long time to grow into this...to grow into me. Mostly because I never quite understood why a person would choose this life. Now I understand that it chooses you.
I am a we’ver, a person who invites people into a dance that we’ves them into a them. We’ves them into a beautiful tapestry of love and belonging. Intermingling hearts over and under each other changing both the story and the we’ver. Building the landscape with each new brilliant strand. The rainbow of souls creating the foundation of what is to come.
I believe we are in a time that is calling us to remember. Remember what really matters. Remember the truth of who we really are. Remember that we belong to each other.
I am a facilitator dedicated to addressing embedded trauma. I am a spiritual teacher, speaker, author, life coach, and a storyteller. My work over the past 20 years has been focused in the areas of healing, initiation, grief, leadership, diversity, and inclusion. Recent work has included work with The Kellogg Foundation’s Truth, Racial Healing, & Transformation Program and People’s Action’s Heartland Initiative: A Listening Tour of Rural and Small Town America.
I have a background in Organizational Management and Development with a concentration in Integral Theory which has supported me in looking at the world in a more holistic way. I also have had the privilege of studying with some amazing elders including Sobonfu Some and Jojopah Maria Nsoroma, keepers of ancient indigenous wisdom from the Dagara Tribe of Burkina Faso; Fanchon Shur in Embodying Creative Leadership through Growth in Motion; and Christina Baldwin and Ann Linnea of The Circle Way.
I live in Cincinnati, OH with my two children. I am inspired by the Ohio River and the stories of freedom that were birthed from here.
"In Circle we can not only remember that we belong to each other but that we are each other."