My mom, Flora Parisky and me at the 3rd Biennial NE Women’s Policy Conference, Boston. She is 81 in that photo and her trailblazing energy is with me all the time!
I am on a mission to make some drastic changes in society.
Because at the rate we are going...
our grandchildren's children, still won't see the end of sexual misconduct.
We're the Ones We've Been Waiting For...
my personal story
As a business strategist for the past 20 years and an entrepreneur for 34 years; I’ve primarily helped lawyers live highly productive and profitable lives at ILoveMondayMornings.com.
Then my life shifted, big time..
When the second accused rapist was nominated to our Supreme Court, my insides stirred. Witnessing Christine Blasey Ford demonstrate her unbelievable courage while being publicly grilled on TV by a room full of US Senators (untrained to address trauma); I knew I had to share my story too.
I’m a survivor. I spoke up 44 years after it happened. Publicly on Facebook.
Sharing my story crystalized what I obsess about:
I partner with policymakers* to significantly leverage your power so sexual assault and misconduct can be eradicated in our lifetime. I’m here to harness that energy across state lines and partner with other visionaries to get this done or die trying.
(*DA’s, AG’s, Legislators, Title VII and IX Investigators, Advocates, Survivors, Law Students, and Employment Lawyers who represent the Plaintiff.)
Currently, I’m launching a podcast on why these inexcusable behaviors and laws still exist: What’s the ‘End Gender Violence’ Tipping Point? It’s high time to get at the crux of the holdup.
"Just Watch Me"
In 4th grade, I refused to say the pledge of allegiance. I felt disingenuous standing with my hand on my heart.
How could I claim “with liberty and justice for all” when I knew that our country was not fulfilling that promise for all people?
As far back as I can remember, my goal has been to “change the fabric of society, so that it’s fair.”
Also at age 10, a babysitter told me that I would grow up and forget my desire to change the fabric of society. Annoyed, I retorted with, “Just watch me.