Dream. Apply. Reflect. Execute.

As a professional athlete competing with the USA women’s national rugby team, I get to compete in real-live wizarding chess –  tactical, cunning, and brutal. The decisions I’ve made on the pitch earned me a bronze medal at the Rugby 7s Women’s World Cup in Moscow, Two-time 15s World Cup appearances, a national championship as a player, and a D1 National Championship appearance as a coach.

An NSCA certified strength and conditioning specialist who holds dual Bachelor’s degrees in Exercise and Sport Science and Spanish, I take my craft and devise programs for improved body composition and high performance athletics. I’ve been the strength and conditioning coach and assistant rugby coach for Harvard, UNC Chapel Hill, the Naval Academy, and more. Through my work as a creative professional, I’ve designed 12 week body weight training and fat loss programs, three month strength and power development plans, 30 minute on-the-go training apps and written about fitness and health until my fingers were sore.

What I love most, however, isn’t the finished product. It’s the process.

That’s why I created DARE performance. We only get one chance at this life, and I want to inspire you to dream, apply, reflect, and execute your passion. Through performance coaching and freelance writing, I share my story with the world and help others become their best selves. If you want a sneak peek at what’s in store, check out my article here.

Finally, I’ll leave you with three must-reads.

  • The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein – for it’s ability to see the world from a dog’s point of view. Keep your eyes on where you want to go, adjust with life’s challenges and what you manifest is before you
  • Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand – for it’s commentary on individualism, staying authentic, admiring the creative genius of humans that put their minds to work
  • The Alchemist by Paolo Coelho  – for teaching me to live in the present, to listen to my heart and never give up.

Read quickly, and then get back to me. I’d love to work with you.