Stanford University (1994)
BA Psychology, Phi Beta Kappa with Honors and Distinction
Stanford University (1995)
Pacifica Graduate Institute (2008)
MA Counseling Psychology
Author. Freelance (1998 - Present)
New York Times bestselling author, ghostwriter, and freelance editor of over one dozen non-fiction health, wellness, spirituality & psychology books. Contributes five articles per month to FORBES about aligning your career with your life purpose. Publishes her own parenting blog, Adventures with Twins, and also writes regularly for Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, and other publications. Has had poems published in two anthologies for parents of twins, Multiples Illuminated and Multiples Illuminated: The Toddler to Tween Years. Currently employed full-time developing a historical fiction novel in collaboration with her husband Kiran Ramchandran.
Life Coach. Freelance (2008 - Present)
Works with individual clients to realize their greatest dreams, grounded in a healthy mind-body-spirit connection and positive self-regard.
Social Media Manager. Stanford Alumni Association (Jan 2010-July 2011)
Expedition Writer. Alexandra Cousteau’s Expedition: Blue Planet (Jan-May 2009)
Wrote the daily blogs and co-authored a series of short films for Jacques Cousteau's granddaughter as part of a team of filmmakers traveling the world to explore critical water and environmental issues.
Strategic Planner. Dial House (2005-2007)
Managed team to conduct research, develop pitches and creative content for a leading boutique branding/ advertising agency based in San Francisco.
Psychotherapist. Jordan Middle School (2006-2007)
Served as a psychotherapist for students ages 11-13 at a public middle school in Palo Alto, CA.
Business Analyst. McKinsey & Company (1995-1997)
Earned one of five highly coveted spots in the two-year, post-undergraduate management consultant program at McKinsey's San Francisco office.
Writing and Editing Experience
Bend, Not Break \ New York Times Best Seller
Fortytude \ New York Times Best Seller
by Sarah Brokaw with MeiMei Fox (Hyperion, 2011)
by Pamela Serure (Morgan Road Books, 2006)