I want every person to trust their creativity. Really. Your deep inner guidance is your best guidance.
After years of studying improvisational theater and observing the world, I’m convinced that every person is a creative and intuitive genius. My mission is to help each person believe that, too.
I've brought my message to teams at Microsoft, Amazon, PayScale, Outreach, and other top tech companies - and they get it. Having confidence in your one-of-a-kind, endless, always-ready creative source changes how you feel about any challenge, particularly an unexpected one.
You're a genius. The world needs your special brand of brilliance. Let it out!
I graduated from Stanford University with a degree in English Literature. I developed a career using my writing skill and creative abilities, moving up from a part-time, "Junior Copywriter" to Marketing Director and content marketing consultant at some of Seattle's hottest startups. I now bring my "You're a Genius" workshop series to companies, parties, and any place people want to bond, have fun, and engage their innate creativity. I'm also writing a book on intuition and why it matters.
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2003 – Played in a 7-piece, 4-part-harmony, Americana band called "Skitterpup."
2004 - Started marketing career at HealthTalk.com as a web producer.
2006 – Wrote and produced my first one-woman show, “Losing My Grip.” Performed a second run in 2007.
2008 - Moved to PayScale.com to work as a Content Strategist and Managing Editor.
2010 – Wrote and produced my second one-woman show, “Almost Female: A Jockette’s Awesome Journey.”
2011 – Started performing with the Bushwick Book Club. We each read the same book then write songs about it.
2012 – Started performing stand up comedy around Seattle. Moved to Socrata as the Senior Content Strategist.
2013 – Wrote and produced my third one-woman show, “Healing.”
2014 – Performed lots of comedy at venues like The Jewelbox, The Can-Can, the Admiral Benbow, Laughs in Kirkland, and several private parties.
2015 – Wrote and produced fourth one-woman show, “Oh, Seattle!” Moved to Simply Measured as the Director of Content Marketing.
2016 – Wrote and produced my fifth one-woman show, “Techlandia.” Toured to Portland and SF.
2017 - Lots of gigs - Bumbershoot, private parties, improv teaching, and writing classes for entrepreneurs.
2018 - Shows with the Bushwick Book Club Seattle, hosting the ADDYs, music for Bawdy Storytelling, and improv classes for tech folks. Went back to Socrata, now Tyler Technologies, as Director of Marketing of the Data & Insights Division.
2019 - Improvised songs in Costa Rica and at Bushwick Seattle's fundraiser, EMERGE NW speaking gig, The Swing Shift presentation skills sessions, several music shows, and guest slots on Botnik Labs comedy shows.
2020 - Shakespeare-inspired song show, online fundraiser, and "Frog and Toad" show emcee for Bushwick Book Club Seattle. "Up Your Genius" goes live on Amazon. Workshops with Outreach, Convoy, Microsoft, Kaiser Permanente, WellSaid Labs, The Swing Shift, and #GirlsClub. Became a full-time entrepreneur. Began teaching, "Intuition: You Have It and It's Useful" online, Levels l and ll.
2021 - Continued "You're a Genius" sessions both in-person and online with Microsoft, Amazon, Adobe, Tableau, Lower Columbia College, and Convoy. Published "Intuition: A Pep Talk" on Amazon. Continued to teach "Intuition: You Have It and It's Useful" class online, as well as hosting intuition retreats and meetups.
2022 - In-person sessions returned! I did "You're a Genius" workshops with Knock CRM, Microsoft, Bristol Meyers Squibb, Assurance IQ, Headset.io, Sutter Health of SF, Tyler Technologies (including a custom scavenger hunt!), FORMA Construction, and more. I led two intuition retreats, 5 intuition courses online for Microsoft, many one-on-one sessions, 8 public classes, and a 65-person online course for managers. I also got back on stage by playing an original song with the Bushwick Book Club Seattle.