I am an optimist who carries hope for progressive, meaningful change in my lifetime.
“How does an intention become an action?”
“I have ceded to my partner’s ability to relish and to appreciate life’s beauty as it unfolds.”
I spent the last year of my life helping people find their joy – in fact, it was part of my job description. Now, in the face of an unanticipated setback, the profound sense of joy I found in helping others is grounding me in gratitude in the face of tumult and change. Throughout myContinue reading “Finding Joy in the Tumult”
I have long identified social justice as a core value. There was never a “moment” of decision or clarity, it’s always been there, an integral part of who I am. Living my values has meant engaging with my whole heart in a multitude of roles – as a donor, an advocate, a volunteer and throughContinue reading “Social Justice for Everyone. Really”
A career is a journey not an endpoint.
I have often felt a sense of disconnect with my inner sense of self and reconciling the obvious reality of being a suburban mom. In my mind, I’m still a somewhat cool wife and mom, juggling a career, living and working in a bustling, crowded and chaotic city. My reality – I am a wife andContinue reading “Learning to Shelter-in-Place”
Non-profits are always important but in a pandemic they are absolutely essential.
Late to the game, but I’m now understanding that a professional life can mean real world impact that measures more than profit and loss. While I come to this with some insights and transferable skills, I also know I have much to learn, and that’s honestly the best part.
Well, it’s been four years since my last blog. Not for a lack of life moments worthy of sharing, said the mother of three. Rather than try and play catch-up, I will just share my latest with a small slice of perspective. I recently completed my third half marathon when I ran the 3M HalfContinue reading “Applause Applause Applause”