Achieve Your Dreams with Confidence & Presence
Being a mother at such a young age highlighted how I would stand out. There were numerous occasions when I was absent from class due to issues with my pregnancy. When I returned to the classroom, my academic performance declined. In my second year of high school, I was required to drop out and enroll in a program for underage teen mothers.
I performed well academically before learning that I would become a mother. Even though I was not regularly on the A honor roll, I occasionally appeared on the A+B list. Yet, being a young mom caused me to struggle with self-confidence, and from that point on, I questioned my identity. My lack of confidence made me hesitant to take risks, afraid to express my ideas and beliefs and let my voice be heard. Instead, I believed everyone else to be more capable and intelligent than Myself.
Whether you call it imposter syndrome or perfectionism, a lack of confidence hinders your efforts to take risks, step outside your comfort zone, and undertake demanding new tasks, all of which can result in an unfulfilling life and career. This is why I have made it my mission to encourage women with a sense of purpose to stop limiting themselves and begin living their dream life.
Empowering women and underrepresented groups to cultivate their inner champion and career momentum through mindset and career-building strategies to maximize their potential.
Certified by the International Coaching Federation (ACC) coaching individuals to improve their performance in areas of career and leadership development
Train non-profits organizations’ staff on workforce development strategies to solve their clients’ challenges to maximize their client’s potential, purpose, and wages.
I’m Haitian-American, born and raised in beautiful, sunny Florida, where my parents migrated to upon arriving in the USA in the ’70s. Growing up, I watched my mother work hard jobs like migrant worker and housekeeping to provide what we needed. My mother would often tell me, “when you grow up, work hard and do more than what I’m doing,” However, I became a mom at 16, so I thought my dreams of going to college and getting a good job were shattered. Eventually, I would learn that advancing my career would take more than hard work. It would take building value-added relationships and influencing skills and a belief system that I am enough. Becoming a mom was the fuel I needed to drive my passion for purpose. Getting kicked out of high school a few months before my high school graduation, failing the GED 3x before I passed it, failing all of my college courses my first year of college, and a boss from hell did not keep this firecracker digging deep to uncover the brilliance within. I was determined to transform the legacy of my family and it would start with me. No matter how big the dream, you have everything in you to make it happen. Dream Big!
How do you do that, you ask? Mindset, whether we see things in life as opportunities to grow and learn OR we accept things as they are believing that they cannot be changed, mindset is at the core of all success, the transformation of values we hold, and the behaviors we exhibit.
Purpose is becoming and every human being has value and purpose.
Success does not happen alone. You need people.
Owning your career and your development is the leadership needed to push your career forward.
Belief in yourself must be combined with conviction of your vision.
Are you ready to live the unlived life inside of you?