After receiving a bachelors of Music Education from Indiana University in 1988, I flew to New York City where I began working on Wall Street and in the Fortune 500, doing document production, training, and graphic design. At the same time, I pursued a career playing trumpet. By 1995 I had moved on from the Fortune 500 into smaller design and marketing positions, and began writing music. I worked for iVillage.com during its startup phase and learned a tremendous amount about the concept of networks in relation to the Internet.
With my layoff during the dot com bust in 2001 and subsequent layoffs due to outsourcing, I began to understand how the workforce was shifting. I began to get my feet wet with Internet Marketing, and have spent the past 10 years studying how digital communication works, and changes.
I started Women-Money-Power.com in October 2010 and am committed to helping women understand the importance of financial independence, and helping each other. To this end I have written my first book, The Art of Personal Transformation, to help people create the right mindset for success in any realm of their lives.
It is the first book in a series, called THRIVE in the Changing World, the complete set is due in July, 2012. I am currently writing the second book, The Feminine Economy, and the third book is called The Wildcard Entrepreneur.
I love teaching, inspiring, and showing women the importance of Living Their Passion.
Industry Expertise (10)
Training and Development
Writing and Editing
Areas of Expertise (6)
The Feminine Economy
The Wildcard Entrepreneur
Living Your Passion
Indiana University (Bloomington): BME, Music and Education 1988
Sample Talks (1)
The Art of Personal Transformation
After beginning with a trumpet solo I explain how humanity has arrived at it's current crises and how we can "harness the power of change" to improve not only our individual lives, but the collective life of the planet. To end, I involve the audience in a bluesy song about courage and hope.
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