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Lead a life filled with transformative experiences and growth.

Discover your hidden passions, forge meaningful connections, and achieve things that you never thought possible.

Never miss an opportunity and stop living a life of what-ifs.


I combine principles of human performance psychology, a trauma-informed approach, and non-violent communication to help individuals improve their performance, productivity, and overall well-being.

Consulting for teams and organizations

I empower teams and organizations to thrive in a dynamic marketplace by leveraging my unique blend of skills in marketing, branding, operations, teaching & training, and project management. With a wealth of strategic vision, operational excellence, and a commitment to diversity and inclusion, I deliver holistic solutions that drive growth, foster innovation, and create positive change. I am here to help teams navigate the complexities of today's business landscape and achieve remarkable outcomes at every stage of the journey. 

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What does my logo mean?

Kalinga Tattoo Motif: Mountains

These mountain designs are often found on the chests of Kalinga men and the arms of the women. On their own, they are mountains. When they face each other, they represent the paths and rivers in between the mountains as well. Symbolically, this has a deeper meaning of guiding the individual on the proper path or flow in life.

The Kalinga people are an indigenous ethnic group whose ancestral domain is in the Cordillera Mountain Range of the northern Philippines. The Kalinga people have a reputation for being “the strong people of the Cordilleras.” At the same time, Kalingas greatly value family and kinship; thus, the household, extended household of the kinship circle, and territorial region are significant units of Kalinga society. In the past, they gained leadership and respect through headhunting, along with other skills at which an individual excelled. Their neighbors and even invaders feared them due to their reputations as headhunters. In fact, the name Kalinga, which originated from the Gaddang and Ibanag languages, means “headhunter.” Learn more...

"She can see the best in people and will truly help your team thrive to its full potential..." 

-Nick Delgado, Branding Manager