I love helping people achieve their dreams, whether an entrepreneur launching their first company, a candidate running for office, or a small business or non-profit looking to grow.
I started working on the web in the late 1990s as a web and database programmer (back in the days when we had to code everything from scratch!). My first clients included Office Depot and Lowe’s, for whom I developed a custom loss prevention management system that was used in their corporate headquarters and stores nationwide.
In addition to Fortune 500 companies, I have consulted for all sizes and types of businesses that are looking to capitalize on the efficiencies, scalability and dynamism of the Internet, from family-owned businesses and start-ups to municipalities, community organizations, and political candidates.
I am also the creator of Speaking Your Brand, a program that helps women entrepreneurs become the confident public voice of their business.
I enjoy speaking at industry conferences, and I have appeared on Orlando-area TV news, including WESH-2, Fox 35, and Local 6’s “FlashPoint”, as a Democratic political analyst.
I also currently teach Internet business and marketing classes at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida.
I’ve long been a student and advocate of women’s issues. I hold a Master of Arts degree in History (with an emphasis in women’s history) from Emory University, where I was a recipient of the Jacob K. Javits Fellowship for graduate study, and I graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and a minor in French.