About Me

“Give everything you have to everything you do and leave footprints everywhere you go.” -Lotus Yon

I am a dedicated Human Resources and Organizational Development Professional, particularly interested and experienced in Training & Education, Instructional Design, Leadership Development, Internal Communications, Employee Engagement, Employee Relations, Event Planning, Career Counseling and Development, Resumes & Cover Letters, Succession Planning, HR Technology and Talent Acquisition & Retention. The majority of my HR & OD experience has been in the higher education and healthcare industries.

I am an extremely proud graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While I am a loyal UW-Badger for Life, I believe strongly in the power of surrounding myself with a diverse set of minds. I am an advocate for continuous learning and development. I love to learn new things from others and have a great passion for helping people grow and develop their knowledge bases and careers.

I am committed to making my blog interactive and meaningful for you. My goal is to write thought-provoking posts that will make you think differently and keep you informed on trends, ideas and best practices. I also want to challenge you with creative ways to develop yourself and others as exceptional leaders. In my blog, we’ll reflect about everything from leadership to personal development.

I welcome your questions and comments and encourage your participation in polls, discussions and other activities. Also, please contact me with your feedback about my blog, suggestions for future posts and ideas for improvement. If there’s something more that you would like to get out of my blog, I encourage you to share it with me so that I can evaluate how to incorporate it.

I am so excited to be part of your professional community and to have you as part of mine!

2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Interesting profile indeed, yet I have a question, do you perhaps offer a certain kind of leadership classes to people far from where you, if so, how then do you run your programs? What are the requirements then?

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