A little information about myself:
My husband, Brandon, and I have been married 23 years, we have two children Branna and Berry. Our daughter Branna, graduated from Woodland High School in 2018 and will be attending Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa this fall. Berry, is a 8th grader at Woodland Middle School and enjoys hunting and fishing. We live west of Fairfax where my husband farms and ranches. I also have three French Bulldogs, Toad, Lilly and Memphis who are spoiled rotten. In my free time, I enjoy being outdoors and spending quality time with my family. As a family we enjoy going to the lake, snow skiing, and OSU football.
After college graduation I began working for the Department of Human Services as a Child Welfare Specialist. I worked for DHS for five years before returning to college to further my education. After receiving my Master's Degree in Guidance and Counseling, I began my path in education. I have currently been in education for 12 years, I have been a teacher in a classroom, guidance counselor, and a coordinator for a Technology Center. I believe the last 17 years have guided and prepared me for my current position as Woodland District Counselor. I am excited to be at Woodland and looking forward to my future with Woodland schools.