Senior Leadership Trainer
Karen is an activist for helping individuals dare greatly and live authentic, courageous, and resilient lives connected to their purpose and inspired by their talents. She has partnered with leaders looking to open their hearts and minds to a different way of thinking and therefore leading. Karen has worked with leaders who are intrigued by the concept of turning the myths of vulnerability as a weakness on its head and addressing what really makes a good leader – the courage to authentically show up, allow ourselves to truly be seen, and lead bravely, powerfully, authentically.
Karen has over 25 years of corporate experience in leadership positions in Project Management, Operations, Information Technology, Diversity and Inclusion, Training, Facilitation, and Change Management. The corporate experience provides a unique backdrop to her coaching and consulting practice providing a lens into the many challenges’ individuals face in the workplace and at home.
Karen received her bachelor’s in business management from Albertus Magnus College in New Haven Connecticut. In her free time, Karen enjoys gardening, crafting, and making cards.