Nicolette began her career in media sales and was the youngest women in Detroit to start a Publishers' Rep business in the 80s. During her tenure in advertising, she secured exclusive contracts with some of the most prestigious magazines in the country, such as Ms., Audubon, The Atlantic Monthly and Entrepreneur.
She "retired" from advertising in 1991 to help her husband start up a mortgage company, which they both ran successfully in Detroit and Sedona, AZ. During that time, she also launched a publishing company, New Vision Publishing, whose purpose was to promote the works of a true Renaissance Man, Torkom Saraydarian.
Although, he passed away one month prior to publishing her first title, Nicolette attracted the attention of over 50 national and syndicated radio talk show hosts. Her presentation of esoteric and metaphysical truths tapped a spiritual hunger within a mainstream audience for the first time.
From a young age, she has sought the deeper meaning of life. Her personal ethics are derived from 20+ years studying and synthesizing the works of Alice A. Bailey, Helena Roerich and Torkom Saraydarian.