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I'm figuring it all out. Just like you. Let's do it together!

I've straddled multiple titles, responsibilities, and networks. I started my career in education, got a Masters in Education and burnt out on classroom management.

I reinvented myself.

I left the classroom and worked in non-profits. I loved the people aspect, but wanted to make more money so went and got an MBA. I worked at marketing agencies and helped startups launch and grow. I felt like I was starting to sell out and lost my sense of what mattered.

I reinvented myself.

I did deep work in therapy, hired a career coach, and a financial planner. My dream to work deeply with people kept calling me and I refused to listen. Finally, I took the plunge.

I left my full-time job and am now a therapist.

Yes—it's my third master's degree.

Yes—I've succeeded in almost every role, but so many felt empty to me.

Yes—I took a big risk and want to inspire others to live more deeply, listen to their own voices, and create strategic moves to own the story of their lives.

I'd love to work with you on career coaching, job searching, and ultimately support you to be thriving!


My Resume

Professional Summary

Career shifter to the mental health field with a successful track record in education and non-profit management roles. Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) focused on providing compassionate, collaborative, and innovative care for clients. Modalities include Psychodynamic Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Focus on LGBTQ+ Inclusivity and Anti-Racism and Oppression strategies. Passionate advocate for women’s health with experience facilitating groups and client sessions on fertility, postpartum depression, and parenting after fertility. Career shifter with 15+ year successful track record in mental health, education, and business organizations. Excellent client evaluation skills and the ability to locate and promote appropriate community services for clients. Proven ability to quickly establish excellent working relationships with clients. Recognized by colleagues for creative problem-solving skills and astute contributions to treatment team meetings.


  • Extreme pride in quality of work

  • Recognized as professional, easily adaptable, innovative, and willing to accept challenges

  • Excellent writing skills

  • Well-organized individual who works well both independently and with teams

  • Attention to detail resulting in better organization and efficiency for work environments


Post-Graduate College Counseling Fellow & Adjunct Professor                                                     

September 2023-Present

Brandeis Counseling Center

  • Selected for a competitive, two‐year college counseling mental health training program comprised of group, individual, intake, and urgent care coverage

  • Co-teach a course titled “Resilience, Information, Skills, and Experiences” to support mental health experiences for undergraduate students

  • Engage with, create diagnoses and formulations, and implement treatment plans for 20 clients per week with diagnoses ranging from anxiety, depression, PTSD, grief, and adjustment disorders

  • Participate in ongoing in‐depth trainings within the context of mental health on a college campus rooted in inclusive, non-judgmental, cultural humility, and anti-racist theory

Behavioral Health Fellow, Women’s Health Focus

Atrius Health, Harvard Vanguard                                                                                              

September 2022-August 2023

  • Selected for a competitive, one‐year, full‐time interdisciplinary mental health training program

  • Lead assessments, individual, group therapy, and program support to improve quality of Women’s Mental Health

  • Participate in ongoing in‐depth trainings within the context of an integrative primary and multi‐specialty medical group focused on symptoms, interventions, inclusion and anti-racist focused therapy

Clinical Social Work Intern                                                                 

Brandeis University Counseling Center

Fall 2021-May 2022

  • Led intakes, assessments, and ongoing cases for 10+ undergraduate and graduate students with adjustment disorder, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, academic distress, and trauma histories

  • Co-led Depression Symposium Group focused on action-oriented skills for students to manage mental health

  • Led case presentations to solicit client feedback from peers, supervisors, and colleagues to improve clinical outcomes

Adjunct Professor                                                                                                 

Simmons University

Fall 2021-December 2021

  • Created and implemented 14-week social-emotional-wellness curriculum for 25 first-year undergraduate students

  • Taught concepts such as social wellness, academic success, self-advocacy skills, active citizenship, financial management, intersectionality, inequality, and cultural differences to first-year college students

Therapeutic Nature Specialist

Mass General Hospital Camp Aspire                                                                                                          

Summer 2021

  • Led social-emotional learning groups for children aged 7-12 with social cognition challenges, including Asperger’s Syndrome, High-Cognitive Autism, Nonverbal Learning Disorder, and Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Facilitated and led workshops for staff on social competence, self-regulation, and stress management strategies

Clinical Social Work Intern

The Boston Home, Boston, MA                                                                                                                    

2020- 2021

  • Provided direct clinical services to 15+ clients with chronic MS, including treatment, assessment, and interventions 

  • Created and ran weekly meditation sessions for residents focused on self-talk and mindfulness strategies 

  • Facilitated family engagement services for 10+ families to provide support around terminal illness & cognitive decline

Boston Program Director

Uprooted, A Jewish Response to Fertility, Boston, MA                                                                                      


  • Created partnerships with 10+ agencies to provide education about women and families experiencing infertility

  • Recruited participants for support groups focused on fertility, pregnancy loss, and parenting after fertility

Director of Business Ventures                                                                                                                   

Boston University


  • Managed 10+ major competitions across Boston University that provide funding for non- and for-profit ventures

  • Created programming to support staff to mentor students at Boston University to create non- and for-profit ventures

  • Taught “Starting a Startup” course to 50+ students and leveraged resources across the university

  • Designed strategy, communication, and implementation plan for 200+ person mentorship program that increased mentorship engagement by 40%


Senior Director of Programming & Director of Programming 


2015- 2017                                                                                                     

  • Managed the strategy and implementation of the Women’s Network that galvanizes 100+ female entrepreneurs 

  • Effectively manage costs by reducing spend of 1M budget and maximizing quality for all program operations 

  • Directly supervised 6 full-time employees to produce highest quality experience for startups and community 

  • Revamped curriculum strategy for 75+ courses tailored to individual startup needs to accelerate startup growth


Partnerships Consultant                                                                                                                                 


2014- 2015                                                                                                                

  • Identified and built partnerships with 60+ school districts, teacher organizations, and ed-tech companies that resulted in new, productive relationships and sales of revolutionary professional development ed-tech product


Account Supervisor &  Account Manager                                                                                                                                     

2012- 2014

Fluent College Marketing                                                                                         

  • Designed, implemented, and analyzed quantitative and qualitative research projects that resulted in client projects


Program Manager                                                                                                                                      

Strong Women, Strong Girls  


  • Developed communication and marketing plans with 60+ partners to launch the organization’s international program in Israel, including content development, translation needs, cultural initiatives, and internal support that increased funding 


Special Education Teacher, Natick Public Schools, Natick, MA                                                            



5th Grade Special Education Teacher, KIPP Charter School, New Orleans, LA                                                           

2007- 2008


AmeriCorps Fellow, Media, and Technology Charter School (MATCH), Boston, MA                                                 

2005- 2006


Master of Social Work, Simmons School of Social Work, Boston, MA                                                                              2022

Master of Business Administration, Simmons University, Boston, MA                                                                            2014

Master of Education, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA                                                                                                    2007

Bachelor of Arts, Rutgers University, Douglass College, New Brunswick, NJ                                                                  2005

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