Parent Coach

Leveraging her experience raising a son with ADHD, Anda brings invaluable insights to empower parents as coaches for their children, guiding them through challenges with compassion and understanding. When her son was diagnosed in second grade, she immersed herself in learning all she could about ADHD, seeking ways to support him effectively. However, at that time, all that she encountered was focused on the child and how to help or “fix” the child. Her interest in ADHD Parent Coaching was spurred by the desire to help others benefit from Parent Coaching as a tool to support their families. It was the missing piece she did not have earlier in her son’s diagnosis.

Anda is a member of the ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO) and a trained coach through the Co-Active Institute Coach Training Program and Chaos Free ADHD Coach Training for Parent Coaching. She holds a BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in International Relations and Journalism and an MBA from Thunderbird Global School of Management (part of ASU).

Before transitioning into coaching, Anda worked in Corporate Marketing. Her greatest passion was helping develop and coach her teams for career growth. She excelled in early product development centered around genuinely understanding consumer needs.

Outside of her professional life, Anda is kept busy by her three school-aged kids. She also shares her home with her husband, three cats, and a dog. She finds joy in traveling, spending time at the lake, walking with her dog, and building community through activities like book clubs, meditation practice, and cultural activities.