Career Transitions | Personal and Mid-Life Transitions


Whether you are just starting out in your career, a mid-senior level professional considering a career transition or honing your leadership skills, or have a non-traditional career path and wanting to connect those dots, I will help you quickly uncover what you do best and develop a plan for how you'll align those strengths with work that is meaningful to you. You will:

  • Gain clarity on what you do best, what you value, and how to best align your strengths with work that is enjoyable and meaningful to you
  • Develop an action plan that is tailored to you and your strengths
  • Translate these insights into a resume, cover letter, and talking points that increase your confidence and showcase the unique value you bring to a company

I work with clients across multiple industries, including:
Tech (Apple, Facebook, Genentech, Google, LinkedIn, Slack)
Academia (Stanford, UC San Francisco, UC Berkeley)
Public Sector (City and County offices of San Francisco, Marin, and Alameda, Military, International Governments)
Non-profit agencies throughout the Bay Area


Going through a transition in mid-life is both exciting and scary. You may have a good sense of who you are and what you want, but shifting towards a new way of being feels overwhelming and downright painful. You'll get high-touch and intuitive coaching support that gives you the insights and tools to navigate this change with confidence and hope. You will:

  • Gain a clear sense of and acceptance for who you are
  • Clarify your sense of purpose
  • Identify what you really want and need to feel fulfilled 
  • Develop strategies for navigating fear and uncertainty
  • Learn and sustain new behaviors that align with your goals
  • Create a plan of action that is realistic, achievable and supports your best life

I work with clients going through many different kinds of transitions including:

  • Career
  • Home relocation
  • Identity exploration 
  • Parenthood
  • Relationship changes, marriage, divorce, separations and loss