Somewhere in my genes, there are DNA markers ‘W’ for the workaholic and ‘e’ for entrepreneurship. I love fulfilling needs, solving problems and generally creating value for others.
So, I’m figuring out how to optimize work-life for the future, maximizing impact without sacrificing wellbeing.
It took me a while to figure out what I wanted to be when I grew up; well, I finally figured it out when I turned 30. For about five years, I had done quite a bit of personal development work, which transformed my perspective on purpose, how I could serve others and be a leader in the world as an entrepreneur.
This life-changing experience inspired me to help others do the same, so I joined Pilea, an awesome coaching company for the startup community.
In my practice, I help visionaries cultivate well-being to maximize their impact.
I am doctoral scholar in transformational leadership at BGU and lecturer of psychology and research at IUC. I study how the psychology of working and its implications for thriving in the Caribbean and then use these insights to help transformational leaders increase their impact, enable organizational effectiveness, and achieve business agility.
As a teacher, I aim to facilitate discovery and shared learning with students, encouraging lessons beyond credits and credentials and expanding knowledge, building competencies and advancing personal growth.