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About Sondra

In Spanish, the word sueño is a noun and a verb. The noun means "vision" or "dream;"the verb means "I dream."

What is your dream?

Sondra's coaching practice, Sueño Consulting LLC, supports individuals and organizations committed to growth and transformation.

We focus on helping clients navigate life transitions such as:

• Career change
• Workforce re-entry
• Retirement
• Divorce or the loss of a spouse

We specialize in helping women over 40 confronted with life changes, unexpected or intentional, consciously transform their lives.

We also support high school and college aged women with envisioning, designing and implementing their own individual education, career and life plans.

Life transitions can be challenging, messy, even disorienting; there is a newness that isn’t comfortable: the prospect of a blank page at the beginning of a new chapter,
the uncertainty of charting new territory, the feeling of not knowing where or how to begin.

These transitions also present us with opportunities to learn and grow, to reimagine, recreate and reinvent; we can continue the status quo, or we can embrace the unknown, courageously choose to emerge from our experiences transformed and inspired to move through life differently or travel a new path altogether.

What’s possible?

If you long to move beyond surviving to thriving, are drawn to live an authentic, fulfilling, and balanced life, if the call to consciously design and create the life you’ve been yearning for is something you simply cannot resist, Sueño is here to support you.

Sueño coaching will help you

• Navigate transitions with confidence
• Seize opportunities for growth and transformation
• Envision and clarify your dreams and desired outcomes
• Identify goals and action steps to get your there
• Develop a timeframe and accountability structures that inspire you to stay on course
• Partner with a coach who encourages and supports you along the way

Want to learn more? Contact us to schedule a complimentary 30-minute Sample Session.

Sondra’s professional background includes:

• Non-profit work with United Way of Central New Mexico, where she served as the Senior
Director of Community Impact

• Public education including roles as a high school administrator, a poverty awareness trainer, a
family engagement program manager and over eight years of classroom experience in the
United States and Mexico

• Marketing, sales and professional development with National Geographic School Publishing
& Hampton-Brown where she served as an Educational Consultant, Professional
Development Manager and Regional Sales Director, and Coca-Cola USA as a Territory Sales
Manager and Account Executive

She graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in History and Psychology, earned a Master’s of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) in Elementary Education from National Louis University in Evanston, Illinois, and completed advanced graduate work in the area of ESL and Bilingual Education at the University of Colorado at Denver.

Helping women realize dreams and transform their lives is Sondra’s personal and professional mission.

  • New Mexico, United States
Who I Help
  • Women
  • Young women, high school and college age