Adreanna is a personal development coach + meditation instructor that helps women access their inherent clarity and confidence so that they can expand their freedom in business and life. Her work has been featured by The New York Times, Refinery29, Women's Health, and xoJane.
As a coach, she’s mentored hundreds of do-gooders at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and catalyzed cohorts of tomorrow’s leaders in social change as an Executive Coach and faculty at the Institute for Compassionate Leadership.
As a meditation instructor, she has taught secular Buddhist studies and meditation at The Interdependence Project in the heart and hustle of NYC, and served as a lead coordinator of the Meditation working group at Occupy Wall Street, bringing daily practice to the volunteers at Zuccotti Park in 2011. Most recently, you can find her on the cushion teaching at MNDFL, NYC's premier drop-in meditation studio, as well as online as a contributor to Daily Dharma Gathering.
She’s based in NYC, and believes that the process of building meaningful work in the world is the perfect crucible for accessing our own worth, wisdom + resourcefulness.
She is currently writing her first book, Tea and Cake With Demons : A Buddhist Guide to Feeling Worthy // Sounds True Publications; Fall 2018.