I’m a proud entrepreneur, trainer, and facilitator.

My work is dedicated to helping you find your Right Kind of Loud, increasing your impact and influence. Getting the Right Kind of Loud means knowing how to adjust to the person you are trying to reach, fine-tuning to the situation, and the kind of influence you are looking for. To get there, we need to feel comfortable in our own skin, enabling us to connect with the people in the room, on the screen, in meetings and boardrooms, in interviews and sales pitches.

I started out connecting with audiences as an artist. Along the way I discovered the thrill of helping others express themselves and so I became a trainer. Transitioning into the corporate world, the focus became helping my clients achieve their professional goals by increasing their personal power. As a vocal coach, I have developed a methodology that helps people access the full potential of their voice as a communication tool and I’m an avid choir leader. Having been exposed to countless organisational challenges, I bring a strategic perspective into my sessions and I have an MA in Organisation Development from California.

I’ve connected my way from Copenhagen to Barcelona, San Francisco, Dubai and London, expanding my comfort zone and toolbox while perfecting my Right Kind of Loud to give my best to the next client. I’m fluent in six languages and my book The Right Kind of Loud – Finding Your Communication Voice is part of the curriculum at several business schools.

Since the pandemic started, I’ve been supporting clients to boost their impact through the screen as speakers and meeting hosts and my course The Right Kind of Loud Online is a complete learning journey for online engagement. And to help us make the most of remote working days, I’ve gathered the methods that help us influence through the screen in the eBook The Right Kind of Loud Online – Mastering meetings and presentations from our home office.

I would love to help you find your Right Kind of Loud. Not only does it make you feel good. So does everyone else who tunes in to listen to you!