I am a comedian, writer, and public speaking coach based in Los Angeles. When I was 14 years old, I auditioned for my high school’s comedy troop. Luckily, (*unluckily if you’re my parents) I got in. From there, my love of improv and sketch comedy grew. I majored in Journalism at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to hone my writing skills. In my free time, I founded an improv/sketch comedy group called Chapel Hill Players or CHiPs. The group continues to be a campus favorite to this day.
Along the way, I was referred to a C-suite exec who wanted help adding humor to speeches and presentations. From there, I was referred to other execs, and before I knew it, eight years had gone by and I had a business on my hands helping people with all things public speaking/media-related. I’ve worked with people giving graduation speeches, technologists and thought leaders appearing on The Today Show, Good Morning America and CBS This Morning, witnesses testifying in major trials, as well as entrepreneurs who are out pitching venture capitalists and seeking millions of dollars in investments. It’s all public speaking – and I’m here to help!