I know first-hand how hard it can be to navigate graduate school as a first-generation BIPOC student. Because of this, I offer coaching sessions and workshops to help you learn concrete planning, organizing, and writing skills. I also provide compassionate support to increase your confidence in reaching your academic and personal goals.
For thirteen years, I have helped countless individuals apply, get into, and graduate from top master’s and PhD programs in humanities, social science, and STEM fields. I specialize in tailoring to the needs of first-generation students of color and early career professionals, which means that in addition to providing guidance on the app process, I also support you through your graduate school and post-grad journey. I believe that everyone should have access to the knowledge and resources necessary to reach their goals and live a life where they can thrive.
How does it work? Check out my coaching and workshop offerings below, then schedule a free consultation and we’ll go from there.
My coaching packages are for you if:
I am available for virtual and in-person keynotes, workshops and group coaching organized by university departments, centers, and organizations who work with first-generation BIPOC folks. I am happy to discuss and tailor my talks or workshops on your specific group’s goals, needs, and outcomes. To date, 100% of attendees have reported that they found my workshops valuable.
To get started, please fill out my form below and schedule a consultation meeting.
For specific workshops, here is a selected list of topics I cover:
applying to grad school:
navigating Grad school and beyond: