About me

Degrees, Certification, Experience

Degrees: Bachelor’s of Science in biology with a minor in environmental science from Campbellsville University and Masters of Arts in Christian Leadership from Asbury Theological Seminary. 

Certifications: Earned certification for life coaching. 

Experience: More than 20+ years experience in service, where I served individuals suffering from life circumstances, was a companion for hospice, trained and lead youth, and worked to raise awareness for various health and charity events. Lastly, I have more than 12 years experience in public speaking where I have presented on personal development at churches, shelters, and public venues; emphasis on surviving hardships with good coping mechanisms, informative on health issues, and efforts to motivate individuals to personal action and personal development.  

What I stand for...

PEOPLE, people matter most! I have been utterly broken beyond what I believe could ever be repaired. I don’t ever wish for another human being to have to live out that same mortifying scenario, nor do I ever want to return there myself. What I do in service for others is just as much for myself as it is for those I work with and for. My mission is to help you to F.ind Y.our I.nspiration (FYI) to change your circumstances. Through awareness, you will identify a need and build desire to implement the necessary changes for successful transformation; leaving you to live a more joyful and productive life! 

What's in my writing

In my books, I write about deeply personal situations that were difficult for me to both live through and  to share the details with others. However, I realized if someone had been there to offer their story, advice, and support while I was walking through my dark life trials, it would not have been so scary. I want to offer that support to those who are having a hard time finding it. My writings reflect on the significance of allowing others to help us. I often refer to help of this nature as a form silver lining. Most of all, I reflect on how imperative it is to have faith in something. Some of our silver linings can originate in this faith.