I live in New York City where I have lived my whole life. It’s a wonderful place to live because there is always something to do. I
often meet new and interesting people while traveling around the city.
In addition to coaching I also teach elementary school. I have been working in the New York City Public School System for 21 years.
I teach Kindergarten, an age group I find particularly rewarding because the
children are open to learning so many new things.
I have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Queens College and a Master’s Degree in Education from St. John’s University. I received my ADD Coaching Training from the
ADD Coach Academy. My instructor was David Giwerc, the
past President of The Attention Deficit Disorder Association
I am married with two grown children. I have two grandchildren and I enjoy being
with them as much as possible. My family is very important to me.
I love meeting new people and learning about them. This is one of the main
reasons I became a life coach.
interests include traveling, yoga, and going to the beach. I love lighthouses. A
dream of mine is to travel and visit as many lighthouses as possible. I
am not a fan of cold weather; unfortunately, we have cold winters here on the
East Coast! Nevertheless, I do appreciate winter a bit every spring, when the
change of season brings with it a feeling of renewal and hope. No matter how
challenged you may be feeling right now, be assured that there is hope. I
believe as the novelist, George Eliot said, " It is never too late to be
what you might have been."