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The Music Mentorship Program

The Music Mentorship Program provides private and group sessions on everything from songwriting, to music school applications (compiling portfolios, filming/producing audition tapes, writing essays, etc.), to music production on ProTools, to finding ways to use creativity to help the world - all tailored to the students’ individual goals!


Application Process

  • If you are interested in setting up Music Mentorship sessions, please fill out the application form below so I can learn more about the student’s goals and interests. You will receive a response within 48 hours.

  •  Since I work around my music and film projects, I generally have a limit of 10 students at a time to maximize personal attention and impact.

  • All students have unlimited messaging with me between sessions if they have questions or want me to check out what they’re working on!



  • Admitted into the top three contemporary music programs in the country (USC’s Thornton School of Music, NYU’s Steinhardt Music and Performing Arts Professions Program, and Berklee College of Music) with scholarship offers from each school. 

  • Studied at USC’s Thornton School of Music as a Trustee and Stamps Scholar (full tuition + $20,000 stipend for extracurricular educational pursuits), and graduated with honors in 2021 with two degrees: Popular Music Performance with an emphasis on Songwriting, and Music Production.

  • First person to complete a double major within Thornton’s contemporary music program, and first woman to graduate from the Music Production Program.

  • Received Soroptimist Scholarship for women pursuing a music education

  • Finalist for the Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Award

  • Wrote, recorded, produced, and released five albums (currently working on a sixth), two EP’s, three singles, and two music videos. 

  • 10 years of teaching experience, including private and group lessons.

  • Founded and co-led Soundwaves, a music program offering free lessons to students at Bayside MLK Academy in Marin City (now under the nonprofit umbrella of Arts+ Scholars) for which she received the Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership’s Teen Heart of Marin Award.

  • Designed and taught a therapeutic songwriting program for teenage girls at Maryvale, a rehab center for foster kids in Los Angeles.

  • Co-founded and Executive Directed The Artivist Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to providing a platform for activist-artists and connecting them with like-minded individuals to fight for social, racial, environmental, and economic justice.

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