What I'm Known for...
As the would-be love child of Sir Richard Branson, Dr. Paul Farmer, and Earth Wind & Fire, I'm equal parts entrepreneurial businesswoman and wellbeing advocate—with a side of funk—who co-creates better ways to live. I use my legendary party-starting enthusiasm for the likes of General Mills, Seventh Generation, and the Boston Red Sox.
Mainstreamed greening in pro sports
First sustainable water partnership and first green Super Bowl event
Launched first loyalty program for natural products industry
Popularized Blue Zones among youth
Promotion and curricula for National Geographic Fellow Dan Buettner
Created first online marketplace for wellbeing experiences
Gave eyewitness account to climate change
Polar expedition with National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Will Steger
Drove nationally recognized Wellbeing Initiative
Achieved 86% engagement at 16 months
Let's Co-Create Better Ways to Live
no idea will win without the right playbook and game plan
I integrate design thinking, behavior design, the science of wellbeing, and marketing communications to help you win.
Workshops + Engagements
When wellbeing startups and established brands need a quick, focused way to identify new opportunities, add value, or solve problems, I offer creative problem solving. When you need a better understanding of wellbeing trends, I offer insights to inform future business decisions that produce growth.
Trainings + Programs
I consult with organizations to build cultures of wellbeing. I help you design and deliver integrated, multi-modal, and evidence-based solutions that positively enhance organizational performance—resulting in less stress, higher resilience, deeper connections, more creativity, and greater wellbeing.
For more than 12 years, I've built wellbeing solutions. Career clients include: Seventh Generation, General Mills, Pentair, Annie's Homegrown, Ecover, Boston Red Sox, Minnesota Twins, Portland Trailblazers, Blue Zones, and Mayors of Minneapolis/Saint Paul.
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