As the founder and director of a non-profit organization now in its 23rd year, and a board member or chairperson of other community and church organizations, I am well established in the Pike County community. I have a BS degree in Animal Science and Microbiology from the University of New Hampshire, an MS in Food Science from Cornell University and an MS in Psychology from Kaplan University.
I currently direct equine therapeutic programs for children with disabilities, teens with emotional challenges and adults with varied life challenges. I also lead a program for veterans and first responders/law enforcers. In addition I have a counseling practice that incorporates equine therapy into each session.
I became a member of Choosing Integrity’s board because its mission aligns with my background and ideals for helping those who need emotional, vocational and life skill support.