I was born and raised in Greenville, Texas. Upon completing my Bachelor of Science Degree from LeTourneau University in Christian Ministry, Cross-Cultural concentration (minors of Psychology and Biblical Studies), I am now working toward my Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy at LeTourneau. After gaining my M.A., I plan to pursue licensure in MFT as well as LPC.
I am married to my wonderful husband, Daniel, who is a student of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering and a hopeful helicopter pilot. Together, we enjoy cooking, creating, traveling, and all things outdoors. Being in the midst of God’s natural creation is a favorite for us. Our greatest excursions include zip-lining through Honduran jungles, snorkeling the Costa Maya coral reefs, and hiking to the height of Signal knob near D.C. Drinking a good cup of coffee is a great way for me to relax with family or friends. I love taking time to craft and sometimes, paint. I also enjoy leisure reading when given the chance.
During my time as an undergraduate student at LeTourneau, I had the joy of living in Gilbert Hall, the only all women’s dorm on campus. I also gladly served as a Resident Assistant and later an Assistant Resident Director during my time in Gilbert. It is now my pleasure to serve and work alongside the women in Gilbert Hall as their Graduate Resident Director. It is a passion of mine to develop relationships and deepen the roots of mattering and belonging, especially among women. My desire is to cultivate a community of true bonds and quality Christ-like character. As a student of psychology, I am compelled to understand, serve, and build relationships with the women of Gilbert Hall as they seek to do so with others around them. I love to encourage potential in people as they learn their roles in God’s story for creation and redemption. My hope is to be a part of something greater as I lead the women of Gilbert.