I identify as a multi-generational Afro-American woman, who is also a mother, wife, sister, daughter, friend, Christian, and working professional. Faith, educational equity and access, and social justice issues are critically important to me. Having spent much of my life in and around academic institutions, I have come to understand that systems (familial, educational, religious, etc.) play a significant role in all of our lives and that many of these systems can be at once beneficial and damaging to our development, self-perception and ability to engage with the world around us.
We all experience times in our lives during which we could use an empathetic ear and the honesty of someone who is willing to both challenge and support us as we strive to achieve our goals. If you find yourself in this space, I invite you to reach out to me. I would be happy to explore how we might work together, from your areas of strength, to develop and employ tools to help you live your life well.