My career started as a professional hockey player at the age of 17. Sixteen broken bones later – including one fractured skull – it was time for a change.
As one does, I earned a degree in International Development, moved to Latin America, and joined a human rights organization.
Somehow, I ended up in advertising. I moved to NYC and became an award-winning creative working with the likes of Google, PUMA, Reebok, Viacom, IMG, and Advil.
Eventually, I set sail to pursue a lifelong dream: become an entrepreneur. I founded a financial technology company that was named CNN's top 15 financial products of the year two years running. It was great. Until it wasn’t.
I then started Moon March, which brings together my deep experience in brand development and entrepreneurship with my passion for helping worthwhile ventures and people grow.
Over time, I began coaching
entrepreneurs, executives, and organizations and returned to school for a master's degree in therapy
with which I focus on helping gifted and neurodivergent people of all ages.