“I am a Franco-American (French father, American mother!) and grew up outside of Paris until I moved to NYC to get my bachelor’s degree at Barnard College. I visit France and my family often, but have lived in NYC now for 14 years, and call Brooklyn home.
Like many New Yorkers, I have worn many hats over the years. I have been a public speaking and communications coach for ten years with my coaching practice, Eloquence Coaching. I work with individuals to get them ready for their interviews, ace presentations, communicate better in the workplace, or even give speeches at weddings. It’s work that I love, and have learned so much over the years.
Since 2011, I sing in a band (that is also a theater collective) called The Lobbyists. We make folk-Americana music and perform in NYC and around the country. Our focus is on creating plays with music that explore the “American Mythos”, driven by a folk Americana beat. Our Drama Desk nominated show, SeaWife, can be found wherever you listen to music!
Most recently, I co-founded PARLÉ, a New York City based leadership development and presentation training firm. At PARLÉ, we focus on bringing tangible skills and comprehensive training to our clients so that they become confident, strong communicators and presenters and unlock their full potential as leaders.”