I was born and raised in Covington County, and I am a graduate of Andalusia High School. I am a proud mother of one. My son, Carter is in the 11th grade at Thompson High School. I live in Alabaster, and I commute each day to Marbury.
I began teaching in 1995 in Jefferson County. I taught one year at Hoover High School, then nine years at McAdory High School. After I had my son, I stopped teaching in 2005. In addition to enjoying the early years of raising my son, I pursued a law degree from Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, during my time away from the classroom. I worked as a legislative analyst before deciding to return to the classroom.
I returned to the classroom in 2013. This is my second year at Marbury Middle School. I am looking forward to an adventurous year this school year!
- Lurleen B. Wallace College, Andalusia, Associate of Arts, Distinguished Graduate, Math, 1992
- The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Bachelors of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, Secondary Education - Math, 1995
- Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2008
I have taught at various schools over the years. The first part of my teaching career, I taught one year at Hoover High School, and nine years at McAdory High School. After my return to education, and prior to arriving at Marbury, I taught five additional years with various school systems including, Birmingham City, Tarrant City, and Chilton County. This is my second year with Autauga County at Marbury. I am beginning my seventeenth year as a math teacher.