“Working in the nonprofit world for over a decade, I’ve formed a deep devotion and appreciation for how nonprofits seek to improve the quality of life; one program at a time.
It is an honor to work for KCHC as their Business Development Liaison. I bring to the role much experience, and my strong belief in positive thinking, creativity, and commitment in the betterment of all, especially those who are ridden with barriers.
Outside of the office, I am committed to public serving. I serve on over a dozen boards, committees, community projects, and on municipal seats. A few recognitions received are the John R. Holmes III National Community Champion Award, Sons of the American Revolution Good Citizenship medal, Volunteer Center Award for Outstanding and Dedicated Volunteer Service, and the New Beginnings Community Partner Award.
If I am not working or public serving, you will find me in the garden.”