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I’m a co-founder and partner in IMP3 with more than 25 years of experience in the business world.  I’ve been a catalyst for change; my ability to develop consensus in groups and motivation in individuals is well documented.  As an accomplished strategic change facilitator, I’ve helped clients in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors and individuals find solutions for success in a changing, challenging and uncertain environment.


My left and right brain work equally well since I have an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, a Master’s Certificate from Hahnemann Medical College and an undergraduate degree in fine art from Queens College.  


I’m currently writing When Smart Isn’t Enough: Lessons From Our Miss Americas I’m also an accomplished artist and has shown her work in various venues. As a motivational speaker and seminar leader I focus on helping individuals and organizations embrace change as a vehicle to achieving their dreams.  As a retreat facilitator for boards and staff, I stimulate participants to envision a successful future for their organization and to design plans to achieve it. I incites an enthusiasm for change! 


Prior to founding IMP3 I was vice president, planning at Bridgeport Hospital, one of the largest hospitals in Connecticut.  As a manager in an international accounting and consulting firm, I advised clients on issues regarding strategic planning, market development and change management.  I’ve taught graduate level courses in the MBA programs at Sacred Heart University and the University of New Haven and is a member of the National Speakers Association and have been executive director of two non-profit organizations, Family House and The Center For Hope. 

Assisting organizations with major transformational change, I’ve has been interim director of the Facilities Management Division at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and interim CEO of the Visiting Nurse Association of New Britain, giving me a broad and balanced perspective on management and change efforts. 

Just call me a Renaissance woman.