I’ve always been an inquisitive person interested in the “why” and “how” behind something, so it was a natural step for me to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and a Master's in Educational Leadership. I moved into public education, and have spent the last 14 years of my career supporting and growing educators so that they can better serve their students and their community.
I worked for several years as a middle school Social Studies teacher, and then transitioned into Instructional Technology and Professional Development. I always want to continue learning and growing, so I then went on to become a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute.
I believe in equity of voice, and have made it one of my core values personally and professionally. Through my work with students and educators alike, I’ve seen time and time again that it’s sometimes the quietest voice in the room that we need to hear the most. Whether I'm working with students or adults, I believe that protocols and norms offer that equity by bringing balance to schools, businesses, and nonprofits alike.