Reason for Board Service: As a product of a public education, and now as a parent, I realize how very important the role and value of our schools are to the wellbeing of our community. Having the time and ability to participate in the process has been a way to show my gratitude for the lessons learned in my life, while creating positive change for our community. My passion and focus are on mental health needs, inclusivity and equity, and transparency in an ethical and practical way.

Roots and Family:  I grew up on Long Island and have been a resident of Perkiomen Valley since 1999. After starting a family, we chose to remain in PV because of everything that it is. I have lived in Skippack Township with my family since 2014. I am a proud parent of a member of the PV graduating class of 2028.

Education and Career:  After graduating high school, I began college in PA, eventually leaving to begin a career in corporate operations, project management, and sales. After a “brief sabbatical” I returned to complete my degree at Temple University. Being surrounded by high achievers all my life, my perspective of an unconventional road to success has been one of my greatest strengths and most proud accomplishments. Life and learning is not linear and each of us is capable of great things.

School & Community Involvement:  Initially, I became  involved with the Home and School Association at Skippack Elementary as a parent volunteer, meeting many fellow parents and community.  I have been actively involved with PV Power Packs since 2018 when it was introduced as a district wide initiative.  I made the decision to run for school board in 2019. After serving an initial 4 year term and running for re-election in 2023, I am grateful for the opportunity to continue that service within our district.