I'm a teacher, non-profit Board President, author, former hairstylist, and activist.

I grew up in Brighton, but moved to Fenton in 2016 and immediately fell in love with the community. The loving nature and diversity of the area immediately got me and I haven't looked back.

I'm married to a man with the biggest heart and we live in the perfect little house with our two cats. We love to have people over to soak up the sun, enjoy the pool, and have bonfires.

When I'm not working or volunteering, I enjoy writing (I've self-published three books and am working on a fourth), playing video games, watching political dramas, and doing projects around the house.


My mission in life has always been to help the most people in best way I can. This is what ultimately made me decide to become a teacher. After receiving a Bachelor's of Science (BS) in Psychology, I knew I wanted to continue helping people and found the educational sector. I completed the Master's of Arts in Education with Secondary Certificate (MAC) program from U of M - Flint, during which I earned my teaching certificate. Being a lover of learning, I continued on to earn an Education Specialist (Ed.S.) degree in Educational Leadership - during which I earned my School Administrator certificate - and am currently a student in the Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) program, both also at U of M - Flint.

Non-profit Experience

I've been involved with The Hartland Players (a local community theater group) since I was 13. I finally got the chance to be on the Board of Directors of the organization in 2018, an honor I held for five years before resigning. On the Board, I was the Treasurer, then Recording Secretary, but I also directed, assistant directed, cast managed, and starred in many roles over the years in the organization.

In 2022, I became the founding President of the Board of Directors of the Fenton Pride Collective - a position I've had the privilege of holding since. Surrounded by many supportive and incredibly motivated individuals, we've been able to institute Pride Night every June in Fenton, as well as other initiatives to aid in the efforts of making the Fenton area a more inclusive place for the LGBTQ+ community.