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About me

Certified Coach

As a certified coach, I have completed 60 hours of coach-specific education and completed over 150  hours of coaching experience.  In addition to the required training, I continue learning and studying other topics that support my practice.


Member of the International Coaching Federation, serving as part of the Diversity, Inclusion, Justice, and Belonging sub-committee.

I am also part of the Board of Directors for the International Coaching Federation Michigan Chapter.


My background in the corporate world has taught me how to navigate through challenges and obstacles professionally, while my NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) master training has taught me how to help my clients navigate through their challenges using the same techniques. 

EQ-i 2.0 certified

Certified in the EQ-i 2.0 assessment, a highly validated and researched tool that measures emotional intelligence. I use this assessment to provide clients with insights into their emotional intelligence and how it impacts their professional lives and overall success.

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I was born in Italy, in a small city of almost 5,000 people. I chose a path that allowed me to discover the world: I worked with people from all over the world daily, and in the past ten years, I lived and worked in Milan, Boston, São Paulo.

I now live in St. Joseph, Michigan, with my amazing husband and our very active dog.

My education is in Marketing and Business Administration - I've worked as a PR agency account for some of the most recognizable brands in the world and as a brand & marketing expert for a global corporation.


In my free time, I enjoy traveling, cooking, reading fantasy and history books, and practicing every kind of sport - hiking in particular - but skiing is my favorite. I also enjoy running and punching the heavy bag during my boxing classes.

I'm an Endometriosis Warrior and Advocate.

Endometriosis is a chronic disease associated with severe, life-impacting pain and/or infertility. It affects roughly 10% (190 million) of reproductive-age women and girls globally.

It can take on average about 6 to 10 YEARS for them to receive a diagnosis. These statistics are much, much worse for Black women, who are half as likely to be diagnosed with endometriosis as white women, research says.

The fact that so many of us are left to suffer without diagnosis or treatment for so long is alarming. On top of this, when patients do get a successful diagnosis, the battle for relief continues almost unabated.

At present, there is no known cure for endometriosis, and treatment is usually aimed at controlling symptoms.

It is key that we all build awareness around this disease that affects so many women around the world because there is a need for more research and awareness-raising around the world to ensure effective prevention, early diagnosis, and improved management of the disease.


Even though it has been a hard journey, I consider myself blessed as today I can support other women who are living through the same fight, doing what I love the most: coaching.

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