Why did you choose your profession?
I actually started my career in musical theater - singing, acting, and dancing. When I broke my leg I had to find a “real job” and discovered a different kind of stage, called facilitation. I got my first job teaching Microsoft software and quickly learned that if I could make my students laugh, they would relax and learn faster. What’s more my job got easier. I was hooked. I progressed from training to instructional design to training management. But eventually became frustrated with the limitations of training in terms of really being able to bring about lasting change. I went back to school to obtain my MS in Organizational Psychology and Change Management. I have been working to bring about lasting change in organizational systems ever since. I’m one of those rare and lucky people that are really passionate about what they do for a living and enjoy doing it.
What are you working on right now?
I’m taking a step back to look at my business, M3E Change Associates, and decide what I want to focus on. I have been blessed with 25+ years experience in my field which has brought with it a wide and varied background of experiences and skills. What lines of business do I want to focus on?
What are your long-term goals?
I would like to end my career as a Chief of People at a major healthcare or pharmaceutical company. I would like oversight of everything to do with an employee from recruitment to development to change management to retirement and beyond.
What is the best way to coordinate a time to speak?
To eliminate the back and forth of email, you can use my Calendly page
to book time with me.