is a recognized expert in career, effectiveness, work-life balance, and positive psychology coaching and training. She is an adjunct professor, speaker, coach, and professional with leadership experience in marketing, communications, new media, business development, and human resource management. She also is a cyberbullying and online harassment prevention advocate. She was the victim of a groundbreaking case of adult cyber-harassment. She shares her experience and lessons learned while navigating social media policies, law enforcement, and the judicial system.
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Category Archives: Cyber-harassment
Forgiveness seems hard to come by today, when perhaps it’s what some of us need most. Not for those in need of forgiveness, but for those of us in a position to forgive. Some people have questioned my forgiveness, with … Continue reading →
From cyberbullying prevention advocacy to health and wellness and so much more, 2018 was one of my best years yet. While many of us are enjoying Instagrammers’ most liked pictures for the year, as our feeds our flooded with #TopNine2018 … Continue reading →
Four years ago today, the online harassment against me intensified with impersonation accounts. I watched in horror as strangers, friends, family, and professional connections were contacted and exposed to horrific lies. The imposter accounts were accompanied by defamatory comments, blogs, … Continue reading →