I held a series of positions for growing small businesses and non-profits between 1994 and 2004—moving from "Creative Assistant" to "Director of Marketing" to "Director of Communications and Fundraising." Because I learned about marketing + business in the context of rapidly-growing organizations rather than in a classroom, I'm far from textbook in my approach. I'm not a big believer in "shoulds" or prescribed solutions. I bring flexibility, creativity and resourcefulness to helping clients solve their marketing problems.
When my second son was born, I decided to start my own business, finally attaining the flexibility and autonomy I craved for years.
My particular passion is helping small businesses and entrepreneurs bring their ideas to life, connect the vision they have for their lives with their business strategies, and grow their capacity and impact. My experience in a broad range of fields gives me a unique perspective on how to maximize resources and efforts in order to help my clients achieve their goals, despite budgetary and time constraints.