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Ana Homayoun is a noted teen and millennial expert who helps individuals, schools, and corporations improve organization, personal productivity, and social media management.

In essence, she reminds people that their potential is limitless.

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The Myth of the Perfect Girl
explores the changing dynamic of today’s culture of perfectionism, and offers practical, thoughtful solutions to promote the healthy social, emotional, physical and spiritual wellness of today’s young girls and women. The book is an uplifting and  inspiring look at how we can help our youngest generations create their own blueprint for personal success and happiness.

That Crumpled Paper Was Due Last Week
provides a thorough look at unique challenges facing disorganized and distracted boys, and shares strategies that have motivated thousands of scattered boys and young men become focused and excited to consistently meet and exceed their own personal and academic goals.

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Stories from Students Who Created Their Own Blueprint: Julian

This month marks Green Ivy Educational Consulting‘s 15th anniversary, and in celebration, I wanted to share the stories of a few of the many students …

What Others Are Saying

  • “Ana is current, pragmatic, and she is able to communicate solutions to the issues young people face in maneuvering their transition to adulthood.”

    Brenda Dyckman
    Principal, Egan Junior High, Los Altos, CA
  • “She is passionate to reach teen girls and parents with a positive, empowering message, and it shows.”

    Heather Mason
    Founder and Director, Surefire Women's Conference
  • “Her rapport with students, parents and faculty is so empowering and I have found her to be very knowledgeable, empathetic and solution-oriented when it comes to students and technology.”

    Parent, American School of Dubai
  • “Ana is a dynamic, engaging speaker who accurately portrays the challenges teens face in a 24/7 digital world.”

    Margaret Miller
    Dean of Students, St. Francis High School, Mountain View, CA
  • “The Myth of the Perfect Girl challenges both girls and the adults who care about them to deeply reflect on the most important issues girls will face as they reach their full potential.”

    Rosalind Wiseman
    author of Queen Bees and Wannabes
  • “Whether you’re the parent of an adolescent girl or a savvy young woman yourself, the insights in this book could just change your outlook… Ana Homayoun is the counselor, expert, and friend every parent — and girl — needs.”

    Michele Borba, Ed.D.
    author of The Big Book of Parenting Solutions
  • “Offering fresh insights and vivid examples, Ana Homayoun … shows what parents and educators can do to help girls navigate these turbulent years with confidence and purpose.”

    Michael Gurian
    Author of The Wonder of Girls
  • “Gratefully, Ana Homayoun poignantly spells out what’s going on, how it’s affecting our girls, and how grownups can help them negotiate the minefields.”

    Diane E. Levin, Ph.D.
    Professor of Education, Wheelock College, and co-author of So Sexy So Soon
  • That Crumpled Paper Was Due Last Week provides an innovative and practical approach to helping boys find success. Ana Homayoun presents straightforward, easily implementable solutions that will help transform the lives of boys and parents.”

    Michael Gurian
    author of The Wonder of Boys and The Minds of Boys

  • “Ana Homayoun gets it! Combining an extraordinary feel for what boys face in schools these days with an enormously shrewd, practical sets of tips on how to get organized and excel, this book hits a home run.”

    Edward Hallowell, M.D.
    author of Super Parenting for ADD and Driven to Distraction
  • “Ana Homayoun’s That Crumpled Paper Was Due Last Week teaches us how to help our sons navigate through a school environment that is less than kind to distracted and disorganized young men.”

    Madeline Levine, Ph.D.
    Author of The Price of Privilege and Teach Your Children Well
  • I can’t recommend Ana highly enough.  She is bright, warm, engaging and incredibly professional.”

    Parent, American School of London