A year and a half as Program Manager for Workforce Development/Career & Technical Training
There’s always a new challenge. I never get bored.
In the past I’ve been involved in leadership development and mentoring for young women just out of high school and undergrad, and I’d like to do a little more of that. I’ve outlined a book I want to write. I’d like to continue occasionally teaching my graduate seminar on cognitive strategies for creativity.
I’m working on a project that we expect to become an inter-agency partnership for using the CTE Identity Framework that ASHLIN led in developing a few years ago. There’s a lot of momentum behind the work across government agencies and education entities of all kinds, so the time is right and we have some of the key voices on our team to make a tremendous national impact.
Intuition. It felt right.
Brain purge writing, yoga, a lake of coffee.
Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue and global chief content officer for Condé Nast. I’m a fan of the public persona she’s cultivated, her style, her work ethic, and her approach to leadership and creativity.
New York style cheesecake.
I’m an encaustic painter and ceramicist.
I’m a beekeeper and have backyard chickens.
Seeing What Others Don’t: The Remarkable Ways We Gain Insights by Gary Klein.
There are so many! Gaia, Calm, Masterclass, Fitness AI, and of course iCal.
Hiking the south coast of Iceland – black sands, northern lights, waterfalls, volcanos, and glaciers.
Doctrina Perpetua (forever learning)
Kate Winslet for my real-time self and Dame Helen Mirren as my older self.
Unsure; it probably had to do with either a toddler or a chicken.
Julie Taymor, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Leonard Cohen, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Michelle Obama