Can you remember who you were before the world told you who to be?

At the beginning of my senior year of high school, Hurricane Katrina washed away my home—just when I was figuring out what to do with my life, I was plunged into chaos. Deep down, I knew I was supposed to use my creativity and passion in meaningful ways, but I was so terrified of owning my calling that I shut it down and tried to follow the script of what I "should" be doing instead.


 

Little did I know that the chaos was actually fuel.

 

Losing everything gave me a beautiful crash course in giving, receiving, and understanding the power of doing good. I became a classroom teacher and used my passion for impact by teaching social justice through storytelling and literature. When I led a nonprofit that coached teachers, I knew I had found my calling: to empower, mobilize, and inspire the do-gooders of the world. 

I founded my coaching business with a simple mission: to help the creative world-changers of humanity clarity their missions, take aligned actions toward the work they're most called to do, and to break through the fear, confusion, and self-doubt holding them back. That's what I want to help you with.


 

Outside of work, you can catch me binge watching Rupaul's Drag Race, drinking Grand Marnier, or plotting new ways to topple the patriarchy.

 

A native NOLA girl, I'm usually either soaking up some sunshine, hanging at the bookstore with my girlfriends, shopping thrift stores and ethical fashion lines, re-watching Star Trek, or getting into conversations with strangers about the meaning of life. I'm slightly obsessed with the ripple effect women’s empowerment has on the world.

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What magic will you unleash when you discover your calling?



What I Believe:

 

Being a lady is overrated.

Make a fuss. Rebel. Be disruptive. Make a mess.  Get loud and stand up for what you believe in.

wear your coronation clothes.

I believe that every woman was born with a crown of worth and sovereignty on her head, and for most of us, it got knocked off at some point. I'm the one with the flashlight, pointing out that your crown's in the dirt and reminding you to pick it up.

there is empowerment in authorship.

You are the heroine of your own story; not the love interest or the funny friend. You were born with a perfect internal compass, and it will never steer you wrong.  Read every book, listen to every expert, and then decide what resonates with you. You get to choose. If your story sucks, rewrite that shit.

Wholeness and worth will never leave you.

Regardless of your wounds, who you are at your core is whole. You don't need to fix yourself or make up for anything. You alone can anoint yourself worthy of what you want. It's your birthright.

you have a calling.

If you have a desire to create something or make a difference in the world, it’s on purpose. You have something meaningful to say, you have an important contribution to make, and you are allowed to make it. After all, the world needs it.

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Join me on the journey. Discover your calling, and tell your truth.



Professional Bio:

 

Amy holds a BA in English and a Master’s in Education. In addition to her coaching and teaching experience, Amy has led non-profit programs and served as both a recruiter and a job placement specialist. She is currently a faculty member of iPEC, an ICF-accredited coach training program, and has been a featured writer in many online publications. A sought after leader, she is known for her down to earth approach to sophisticated concepts and strategies, and she enjoys using her passions and skills to volunteer. Amy is humbled and proud to be a part of the ripple effect women’s empowerment has on the world.


 
 

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