Regenerative Business Consulting

self-employment strategies for women

WHO I AM: I have a master's degree in psychology from Pepperdine University, mediation training from Utah Dispute Resolution, and 18 years of experience as a successful freelancer in editing and academic research. Social sciences, education, and leadership are the fields I am most familiar with. I have substantial background knowledge in the social sciences, education, and leadership, with over two decades of reading the latest research in these fields as I helped dissertation students to graduate. I'm grateful to be able to work with people in these fields that have a great impact on culture. 


WHAT I DO: I believe strongly in the principle of focusing on the most noticeable and needed skill sets one has, in a way that feels aligned with ones core values. I help women get off the hamster wheel, explore self-employment options, and strategize for business success, to build flexibility and freedom into their lives. I offer a range of services because self-employed women need several skill sets to succeed. The "regenerative" part means systems thinking, in that your work success relies on a balance that includes your physical, social, and emotional well-being. 

WHY: At a young age, older community members noticed my interests and told me these were my gifts: teaching, healing, and leading. These themes have run thru the various vocations and volunteer work I've done over the past three decades. My current "portfolio career" is also aligned with these roles and the helping professions in general. With our culture facing massive changes and conflicts, more than ever we all are needed to step into some aspect of these roles, regardless of our job title.