Bianca started her career in the 1990s as an administrative assistant, bouncing around real estate and law firms while studying social science and psychology. Her frustration with administrative work launched her into a long academic journey. Her studies stretched her perspective from understanding humans-as-individuals to learning about humans-as-collectives, working in social systems. During this time, Bianca accumulated a wealth of experience with research, teaching, and consulting on leadership and organizational science. When she reached her 30s, she quickly climbed her way to a director position at a national healthcare trade association in Washington, D.C. Subsequently, she launched a start-up and won competitive government funding to innovate and commercialize information technology for healthcare systems.
Bianca spent most of her career feeling busy and ambitious, yet fragmented and unfulfilled. Like many professionals out there, she overemphasized the pursuit of intellectual goals. Although she’s always felt closely connected to the metaphysical world, it took some time before she realized that her intuitive gifts could be woven into her professional identity – amplifying both her joy of work and impact on the world. Today, she enjoys speaking, conducting workshops and giving private consultations on transformational leadership and organizational change. Leveraging both intellectual and intuitive tools, she supports business leaders across the country to guide them into the next era of Leadership.