Who do you connect with and why? Who is your community?
I was born in Boulder, Colorado and recently moved back after attending Syracuse University in Upstate New York. I always surrounded herself with people who love nature, traveling, and getting outside.
What are you willing to struggle for?
Behavioural Change: I am willing to struggle to see a change in behaviour towards one another and our planet in my lifetime – starting with myself. I'd like to see our world embrace a more compassionate, collaborative, and regenerative relationship towards our environmental and social impact.
Right Relationship: I am willing to struggle to learn from all different types of people about what it looks like to build supportive relationships in a thriving family, friend group, community, organization, network and global society. I am devoted to learning and exploring the complexities of right relationships and bring unity and collaboration out of our interconnectedness.
What can you do with unlimited energy?
Design. I have unlimited energy to create positive change by working with others to re-imagine, shape, and piece together the dream of a better world that we all know is possible.
Where did you come from?
After starting a video marketing startup in the tourism industry while I was in college, I was introduced to the potential of regenerating our ecosystems through previous client work with Kapawi Ecolodge, Pachamama Alliance & The Achuar Indigenous Nation in the Ecuadorian Amazon. I am passionate about using my skills in project management, design, and storytelling to bring regenerative principles into the design and management of organizations.
I bring a unique combination of creative leadership and operations management into our work. My work with nRhythm ignites my purpose in designing a brighter future for all living beings on our planet.
What gives you energy outside of work?
Talk to anyone close to me and you will quickly learn that what I think about, dream about and speak about is food 24/7. If I am not in the kitchen or my garden, I'm skiing, hiking, biking, or climbing in the Rocky Mountains with my family and friends.