I am someone who has many interests and would describe myself as a “lifelong learner.” I have worked in student services at Sinclair Community College for almost tenyears, serving as a “guide on the side” for first-generation college students. I have apassion for helping others to succeed in life and find their purpose. In 2021, I decided toearn a real estate license after being inspired during the sale of my rental property. Iknew that I would enjoy learning all I could to help others enjoy the many benefits of homeownership.
In 2020, I was awarded the Distinguished Staff Member Nia award at Sinclair. I am also the program director for a non-profit youth gardening program called “Grow to Live.” I have an associate’s degree in computer information systems from Sinclair, a bachelor’sdegree in management & communication from Wilberforce University, and a Master of Business Administration from Franklin University. I am also a certified holistic health consultant.
I currently live in Englewood, Ohio, with my husband of 20 years and our three children.