I have been a lifelong resident of Northern Kentucky and grew up in the St. Paul Parish. I attended St. Paul School for grades first through sixth; St. Henry for seventh and eighth grades and graduated from Notre Dame Academy in 1984. I attended Northern Kentucky University where I earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics; a Master of Arts in Secondary Education and a Rank I in Instructional Leadership.

I taught Mathematics at Conner High School for sixteen years, was Assistant Principal at Camp Ernst Middle School for nine years and was Principal at Walton-Verona High School for six years. I am in my fourth year as Principal at St. Paul School. In my professional career, I was named as Outstanding Mathematics Teacher for the Greater Cincinnati Area in 2005, served on the NKU School Based Scholar Advisory Committee, the NKU Principal Advisory Committee and the Notre Dame Academy Education and Technology Committee.

I live in Florence, KY with my husband Scott. Together, we have five children, one son-in-law and two granddaughters. In my spare time, I enjoy sewing, spending time with family and friends and watching the Cincinnati Reds!