I'm a Mental Toughness and Certified High Performance Coach™, best-selling author, speaker, moderator and mother of three great kids who were high school and college Division I student-athletes. I'm also the CEO and Founder of The Zone Lab, LLC, and my area of expertise is Applied Sport Psychology.
For the last 25 years, I have been working with world-class athletes, and business professionals to help them master their mindset and influence, so they can speak up, be heard and unlock their next level of impact, consistently and sustainably. I've also sat on and moderated panels, and conducted local and global workshops at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Google Ventures, Autodesk, Microsoft, Capital One, Pixar, VMware, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, SHRM and Bank of America to name a few.
In addition, I've been a featured guest on various national podcasts, radio shows and as a Thrive Global Journal contributor. Most recently, I moderated a High Performance Leadership panel at Microsoft's Women in Cloud Summit 2020, and I also opened the Women of Silicon Valley Conference 2019 and delivered a standing-room only workshop. My book, “ZONED IN: The Mental Toughness Required for a World-Class YOU” recently received honors as an Amazon #1 Best-Seller in Education/Leadership.
I'm also committed to giving back, most notably by teaching workshops for several non-profits, including: Kimberly Bryant’s Black Girls Code, Reshma Saujani’s Girls Who Code, Dan Cardiff’s Rally4Reading, and by speaking and serving as an ambassador for Jim Ziolkowski’s BuildOn.
When not sitting on panels, speaking, or coaching, I enjoy watching my kids and clients compete, running with my black lab Kona, and just about anything outdoors.
Here's to you being amazing!
Do you feel like everything is catching up with you?
Overwhelmed by your current schedule and possibly underwhelmed by the progress you’re making on initiatives that matter to you?
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