rofessional Mothers

What's keeping you up at night?

Returning to the office full-time or the inability to secure a flexible work schedule?

Childcare or caregiving issues that ebb and flow between chronic and crisis?

Hidden bias or limited workplace opportunities?

If the "struggle to juggle" work & family responsibilities has reached a tipping point, I can help you.


If there are 5 working mothers sitting on a bench and one decides to jump off, how many are left?

The answer is 5 because "deciding" to do something and actually doing it are two different things.                                                           Adapted from Aaron De Smet, McKinsey

If you're in the process of deciding whether to leave your job and the workplace, I can help you.

It begins by understanding your realities that revolve around four key areas. Children. Caregiving. Careers. Choices.

But there's more. Home. Childcare. School. Family. Aging parents. Marriages. Relationships. Finances. Pandemic. And somewhere in the mix is your physical and mental wellbeing.

No question...your career, position, and company are integral parts of your work/life reality. Thinking about leaving is a major decision impacting all areas of your life.

No matter where you may be in the process, I can help you. With strategies, tools, discussions and developing a flexible roadmap.

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How We'll Work Together

First, you need to relieve some of your pressure by talking confidentially about your work/life realities. Sharing what's happening in your life at work and home will start things off.

Then, we'll take a deep dive. Assess your work and life issues. Evaluate your position, experience, tenure, company culture,  benefits, family-friendly supports and determine what options are available to you. We'll discuss your safety net and support system. Address pressing needs and priorities and look a bit longer-term as well.

You'll share your realities while we bring some clarity to it all.

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Working Mothers Advising Program 

For working mothers considering leaving their careers, jobs and/or the workplace, having a trusted advisor when decisions about your life are underway can make all the difference. I can help you.

It begins with a 20-minute conversation. 

In order to empathize with someone's experience,
you must be willing to believe them as they see it and not how you imagine their experience to be.

   - Brené Brown


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A private group for professional working mothers focusing on work/life integration & more.