Before becoming a Dating Coach, I lived a pretty conventional life. I was born and raised in Michigan. Attended Emory University, followed by Cambridge University where I earned my MA in Economics. Shortly after I joined HSBC, where I worked in Corporate Banking in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
By 30 I was married with two kids. Life was pretty sweet. And then I got divorced.
In the ten years that followed, I was extremely single. I went on a lot of dates. And by a lot, I mean over 1,000. Now, happily, my bad dates are now career building. There truly isn’t much I haven’t seen.
And now I’m a dating coach and I love what I do because I see great things happening all the time. Like when a client realizes they have been chasing the wrong thing all along. Or that they’ve been reacting to all the pressure without enjoying the freedom. As people open, opportunities arise.
I believe that every person has their person. But finding that relationship requires clarity. Who one is. What one really needs. Clarity and skill equals success. That’s what excites me. That’s why I love my job.
(Grace lives in New York City. She has two very tall teenagers and a very small dog.)