I grew up in the south of France and moved to London, England, aged 18 where I starting teaching. After 8 years, I moved to Barcelona to work in an international school and following an inspirational trip to Djibouti, East Africa, my horizons opened and I realized that there was a whole world out there that I needed to explore!
After 2 years in Barcelona, I started my educational leadership career as at the British School Manila and I never looked back! I learned what it means to be part of a creative team of leaders who strive to make their vision for international education come true. After four years in the position, I wondered whether education was really for me and decided to take a year out in 2009 to rethink my life. I traveled in Central America and Bali to pursue my favorite sport, surfing as well as deepen my practice of yoga.
Leading learning was an intrinsic part of me and brought me to West Island School, Hong Kong. I was able to complete my Leadership and Change MA with the Hong Kong Institute of Education and focused on high achieving students. 3 years later, I was on the move again! I arrived at Dwight School NYC in August 2013 and brought cohesion to a department of teachers from 15 different nationalities!
After 15 years in educational leadership in international schools, coaching teachers and promoting the development of high achieving students, I realized that all my experiences were building towards starting my own private practice for coaching. I decided to jump in and started coaching high achievers as well as planning and facilitating group sessions and workshops. I work with a variety of people, including leaders, entrepreneurs and aspiring founders and I challenge my clients to slow down, dig deep and reflect so they can speed up, take action and perform at their highest level.
I look forward to meeting you and working with you! Are you ready to play with me?
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