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The George Washington University

B.S., Environmental Studies



Career Path

Interview Highlights

Best Career Advice

“No matter what, even if you don’t love the career move you’re in right now, until you move, you need to get an A at the job you’re in so you’ll respect yourself. And how to get an A isn’t doing your job every day, it’s that you’re acting and believing that you want the next four promotions.”

Career Challenge

So I killed myself to get a B.S. in Environmental Studies. I then killed myself to get an amazing job out of college, where I was working for the UN Global Environment Facility. And then guess what? I hated it. I was going to smoke cigarettes, eat too much and shoot myself. And I was devastated and humiliated that I had no idea what I wanted to do. I got everything I wanted, so that’s where I hit the wall and had the big revelation, which was that I don’t love that.”


Entrepreneurship, Coaching, Personal Development, Social Media, Marketing Strategy, Management Consulting, Start-ups, Program Management, Social Entrepreneurship, Nonprofits, Leadership Development, Training, Public Speaking, Teaching, Team Building


Professional Interests

Bill Gates, Gary Vaynerchuk, John A. Byrne, Harvard Business Review, The George Washington University, Sequoia Capital, Coaches Support Group (Life, Relationship, Executive, etc.), The International Coaching Federation, Ad Age BtoB,

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