I support individuals and teams manifest their highest potential by harnessing the
creative power of conflict and fostering ethical leadership.
I am also passionate about helping people seeking to live from their whole-hearted truth to align their pathways with their highest vision.
To skillfully respond to the greatest challenges of our time, the leaders and major movements of tomorrow must master the skills of communication and cooperation,
becoming flexible at seeing multiple perspectives, and building trusting, resilient relationships.
My work with leaders and organizations supports them unleashing the
inherent within conflict to support, not obstruct, their ultimate vision.
My expertise includes
Communication & negotiation
Teamwork & collaboration
Diversity & inclusion
Conflict management/transformation systems
I am whole-heartedly committed to serving people who wish to embrace inner transformation and upgrade their capacity for skillful outer action.
If you want to know how this will help you move the needle on what matters most to you,
feel free to get in touch.
I'm an author, coach and peace specialist.
In my professional career, I trained as a lawyer in London and Singapore and later specialised in international peace issues as a conflict resolution specialist and peace researcher in and around the United Nations in New York. I have supported postgraduate conflict resolution at Columbia University, as a Teaching Associate and researcher (following receipt of my masters there), and I am certified as a mediator through the New York Peace Institute.
Earlier in my career, I instructed yoga and meditation across Singapore, Bali, China, and Japan, drawing from my background in mindfulness, zen buddhism, yoga, somatic bodywork, partner practices and philosophy (Eastern and Western).
Over time, I realized I cared most about advancing our innate human potential to connect and create lives and worlds of our conscious choosing.
After growing up between London, Hong Kong and Singapore, I am now based in sunny Southern California, where you can often find me stretching, dancing, playing on the beach, and training my cat Roswell to walk on two legs.
“In order to build the movements capable of transforming our world,
we have to do our best to live with one foot in the world we have not yet created.”
– Aurora Levins Morales