It’s the last day of the quarter and your team pulled off yet another miracle: six quarters in a row without missing a revenue target. And as you leave the office to go home, you ask yourself the question that refuses to leave you alone, “What am I doing this for?”
Fine-tuned organizations get results. But the best organizations do so much more. They are catalysts for the growth of their employees and agents of transformation in the world. If you’re ready to amplify your effectiveness as a champion of change, Community Intelligence will invite deeper purpose into your work while forging a human bond with those around you.
At Community Intelligence, I serve as a coach and facilitator to organizations moving into the next stage of their capabilities, consciousness, and impact. My work is informed by my training at Integral Coaching Canada (ICC) and Pacific Integral’s Generating Transformative Change (GTC) leadership program.
ICC combines the world’s most comprehensive map of human development with the structure and discipline of a martial arts lineage. ICC certification reflects my ability to support my coaching clients in embodying a lasting transformation.
Through GTC, I strengthened my skills in conflict resolution, perspective-taking, authentic communication, and creative thinking. More importantly, I practiced an expanded awareness that encourages compassionate wisdom and collaborative action—capacities that can assist you in meeting the complexity of the challenges facing your organization.
From 2013-2017, I was an executive at Qualtrics, during which the company grew from 200 to 1500 employees. I opened the European headquarters, recommended our successful entry into an adjacent market, created the Customer Success department, and led the company’s first acquisition. I witnessed firsthand the power of scalable technology to disrupt the status quo.
Prior to Qualtrics, I helped launch True/Slant, a digital media startup that Forbes acquired. At Forbes, I implemented a new audience development strategy that increased readership to an all-time high in its 15-year history. I continue to contribute to Forbes on topics such as conscious leadership, evolving startup culture, and the role of education in the new economy.
I started my career at Bain & Company, where I consulted clients, including AT&T, Intel, and Dell, across a range of functions on issues related to growth strategy and performance improvement. The experience was an immersion in classical business problem-solving.
Through these various professional stops, I’ve developed a unique approach that blends generative listening, design innovation, product management, systems thinking, and presence.
I’m a founding member of Lower Lights School of Wisdom and have kept a journal since I was 17 years old. I visit Sundance Film Festival every January and the public library every week. I’m active with CrossFit, yoga, skiing, running, and hiking. I also enjoy riding my Triumph Thruxton.
I was raised in Washington, D.C., and recently relocated to San Francisco after five years of reconnecting to my ancestry in Salt Lake City, Utah.
I’m excited to be a part of what’s next for you.