Specialty: business and life transitions
Dia Draper started her first business (selling unique marbles to other kids) at age 10 as an "Army brat" in Germany. Always passionate about the intersection of business, leadership, and education, Dia has been an entrepreneur and intrapreneur in those fields ever since.
She landed her first major client, the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, in 2004. Dia helps organizations across a variety of industries develop strategies to address diversity and inclusion, including program design, implementation, training and content delivery, and assessment and evaluation.
Specialty: systems and organization
Jennifer Jones has two passions: building systems and helping people. Through her work with Draper & Co, she combines these passions to help people improve areas of their lives, such as household organization and time management, and gain insight into their challenges in a non-judgmental manner.
During her ten-year career as a mental health clinician and therapist, Jennifer helped clients with anxiety, depression, trauma, addictions, and difficult life transitions. Her experience in the field provides a foundation for understanding people and their unique struggles.
Specialty: image and communication
Nariah Broadus may not be Olivia Pope, but her career mantra could be, “It’s handled.” Wearing many professional hats, she’s consistently delivered results, solved systems problems, and connected the right people at the right time. Now she is on a mission to help others identify and then harness the power of their personal brand.
Known for her holistic approach to coaching, Nariah frequently supports early- to mid-career professionals looking for the poise and style to get noticed, have their voices heard, and claim their seat at the table. A design maven, she believes that no matter your budget or job, you deserve to look good, be confident, and make a fabulous first impression.
Specialty: nutrition and wellness
Nancy Grenada has tried every known diet. After struggling with losing and regaining the same 20, 40, 80 pounds for nearly half her life, she found her path to health and lost 100 pounds—and maintained a healthy weight for more than 20 years. Now Nancy empowers clients to find their own path to wellness. She helps people identify their food landmines and make connections between their unhealthy choices and the external factors that drive them.
Nancy received her bachelor’s degree in marketing and communications and an MBA. She is the founder and editor of Kindred Kitchen, the fit, fresh, fab food blog that offers easy, delicious recipes and smart advice for making smart choices.