I started my career in Advertising in Australia. I quickly become an Art Director and landed work at a few of Sydney’s top Advertising Agencies, where amongst other accolades, I was the first Australian to be awarded a Gold One Show for a TV commercial.
I married young at 25 and decided to leave the ad-world, as I now wanted to prioritise my new family of two young 2 step-children, and a little while later a daughter of my own.
Not wanting to abandon work altogether, I created a role for myself on a national TV show, Good Morning Australia presenting a regular segment on fashion. At the same time I completed two yoga teacher training programs, going on to teach at one of Sydney’s preeminent yoga schools. Later I worked part time in sales and administration, then started and ran a thriving business which still exists today.
In my early-forties I felt called to take stock, reassess, and look at how I now wanted to invest my heartbeats. I reflected on the themes and passions in my life so far and decided that my life-long focus on personal and professional development, and strong desire to make a difference particularly to women, made coaching an ideal avenue for my amalgamated skill-set.
And fifteen years, and multiple coach training qualifications later, I’m doing just that.
I currently live with my extended family on the beautiful Northern Beaches of Sydney, and love spending time with family and close friends, reading, learning, ocean swimming, my dog, and doing cryptic crosswords with my 90 year old mum.