Living a 100% authentic life means being 100% clear on your values.

Inclusion: I reject racist patriarchy (and all its oppressive manifestations), and commit to fighting the harm it causes through my work, privilege, and money.

Growth: I never stop learning about myself and others, which necessarily means owning my faults, admitting my mistakes, and listening with an open heart and mind.

Courage: I am committed to living out my values even when it’s emotionally, financially, or otherwise. That’s the heart of being a Gutsy Boss.

Social Justice

When you support my business, you are aligning with a vision of a world built on the principles of justice, equity, and human dignity. I am committed to running an inclusive, anti-racist business.

I recognize that as a white, well-educated, middle-class, able-bodied, and neurotypical woman, I hold much unearned privilege and power. I also realize that I’ve knowingly and unknowingly upholding racist, sexist, and otherwise oppressive ideas in the past. And I know that it’s my responsibility to challenge the unjust framework of a racist patriarchal society.

I am always engaging in the process of unlearning my own racist patriarchal conditioning, and in developing anti-racist beliefs and practices both personally and professional. I aim to better educate myself so that I can continue to align my values with the way I live my life and run my business.

Every human deserves a life that feels safe and secure.

Wealth Redistribution

I redistribute 5% of my profits to human rights organizations.

Black Lives Matter

United Negro College Fund

Southern Poverty Law Center

Planned Parenthood

Transgender Law Center


Below are some of the educators who have contributed to my worldview and coaching work.

Anti-Racism: Ericka Hart (Racial and Social Justice 101 and 102), “How to be an Anti-Racist” by Ibram X. Kendi, Seeing White podcast from Scene on Radio, “My Grandmother’s Hands” by Resmaa Menakem, Rachel Cargle, Sonya Renee Taylor

De-Colonized Business: Reimagining Small Business town hall, Trudi Lebron (Dismantle Racist Patriarchy in Coaching, Nov. 2022 cohort), Radical Business Summit hosted by Dawn Serra

Inclusion: Ty DeranImani Barbarin, KC Davis of Struggle Care

Compassion: Brené Brown, Kristen Neff, Jeffrey Marsh, Tara Brach

Spirituality: You Made it Weird podcast from Pete Holmes, “You Belong” by Sebene Selassie, “Power of Now” by Eckhart Tolle, “Tea and Cupcake with Demons” by Adreanna Limbach

Who we learn from is as important as what we say or do.