Soccer Trainer & Life Coach
"I realized that life had much more to offer than I had anticipated and decided to help others in their human journey. Thus, I became a trainer and a coach with passion for transformation.
An evolutionary coach needs to instill five qualities in their clients to support them on the journey to full self-realization - adaptability, emergent learning, the ability to bond, the ability to cooperate and the ability to manage complexity. "
I believe that individualized training is one of the best ways to develop your on the field craft, confidence and creativity. Artis is a Latin term used to convey character, skill, knowledge and methodology. My training encompasses all of these aspects in order to help players become not just athletes but artists of the game.
Most recently, I was the assistant coach at Delaware state University - a division 1 college in Dover Delaware. I spent my time helping with recruiting, fundraising and developing the players on the team.
I was also the assistant women's soccer coach at The Catholic University of America a division 3 school in DC. In three years ,we received two conference championships, two NCAA appearances and two coaching staff of the year awards.
I played four years of division 1 collegiate soccer for Seton Hall University. I appeared in 68 career games with 54 starts as a defender. As a senior, I started in all 19 games in the backfield, helped the Pirates start the year with a five-game winning streak, and posted five shutouts. I was also named a Big East Academic All Star in 2009 and 2011.
I started playing for the Trinidad & Tobago U17 National Team in 2008 where I started all three games in FIFA U17 World Cup qualifying. Then, I was called up to the Trinidad & Tobago U20 National Team in 2010, helping the team through the final phase of CONCACAF qualifying before the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup. The summer of 2014 I joined the Washington Spirit Reserves, training with the team throughout the W-League season. Most recently, I played with the Senior Trinidad and Tobago National Team as we trained towards the 2019 World Cup in France.