My interest in ADHD coaching stems from my work with first year students at Dartmouth College. For the past 11 years, I have worked to help first year students transition to the college environment and independent living.
Specifically, in the past seven years, I have served over 2100 first-year students (300 per class) as an Undergraduate Dean. As an advisor and confidant, I help first year students transition to college academically, personally and socially. As a Dean, I use academic and life coaching techniques and strategies to aid students in this important transition. Over the years, I found myself eager to learn more and implement new strategies. In addition to my Masters in Education, I have completed a dual certificate program from the University of New Hampshire (UNH), in Coaching Children and Teens (CCT) and Coaching Children and Teens with ADHD.
I am employed as an Undergraduate Dean in the Undergraduate Deans Office at Dartmouth College. However, it is to be understood that my private business exists as an independent entity separate from Dartmouth College. The services provided during my private business hours are in no way connected to my position as an employee with Dartmouth College.
My office is located a few minutes from campus, downtown Hanover, NH. (About 4 minutes from Collis Center or 2 minutes from the Dartmouth Bookstore).
You can reach me by filling out the form on the contact page.
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I have been living in Hanover, New Hampshire for the last 11 years and working at Dartmouth College, but my journey to Hanover and New Hampshire was not very ordinary. I was born and raised on the island of Trinidad and Tobago (in the Caribbean)! I left Trinidad to pursue my higher education. I attended Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, MS, where I earned my Bachelor of Science in Speech Language Pathology. I then journeyed to Miami, FL to attend Florida International University where I earned my Masters of Science in Educational Leadership. In 2006, I accepted a job at Dartmouth College, and the rest as they say, is history. I live in Hanover, NH with my husband Mike, a native Vermonter.
In my free time, I enjoy down-hill skiing, cooking and reading.