Work Location: Spring Ridge MS
It is my privilege and honor to serve on the EASMC board and advocate for my fellow Education Support Personnel. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Clarion University. I have worked in education for almost 15 years, starting as a Substitute Teacher, working my way up to a Special Education Paraeducator at Spring Ridge and Esperanza Middle Schools. My EASMC experience began in 2017 as a building Rep for Spring Ridge, I was privileged to attend the NEA Convention in Houston and the MSEA Convention in 2019 and I am excited to take this next step. I have 5 children, four of which have graduated from SMCPS and my youngest will graduate in 2024. I love what I do and am passionate about our public education system. I look forward to using my voice to speak for my colleagues.