I was born and raised in Denham Springs, Louisiana. When I was eight years old, I accepted Christ at a summer camp, and I continued to grow daily in grace and faith. It is the goal of my life to assist people in their personal discipleship the way others have done for me. I began working at Liberty University as a Residential Admissions Counselor in November 2012. God has given me a passion for helping students realize and fulfill their God-given purpose in life.
I have served eight years as a Youth Pastor and eight years as Pastor in various churches. I graduated from Liberty University with a B.S.. in Religion and an M.A.. in Pastoral Counseling. I am currently working on an MDiv with a Pastoral Counseling Cognate. It is truly a privilege to serve at a University that means so much to me and support a student body that is focused on engaging the world for the cause of Christ.
Here at the Parent and Family Connections Office, we are here for you as the parent to help connect you to the many resources we have available for you and your student. After attending another college prior to coming to Liberty, I can assure you that not all colleges and universities are created equal. The faculty and staff truly care about every student here and want to help them succeed in all aspects of their lives.
While I was born in Long Island, NY I have lived in Bedford County almost all of my life. I received my Undergrad degree in Government Pre-Law from Liberty and am currently about half way through my Masters in Business Administration Project Management. I still currently reside in Bedford County where I live on a family farm and vineyard with my wonderful family and 5-year-old daughter. I look forward to meeting all of the parents and families while getting to help your student navigate their college careers!
I am a native upstate New Yorker. I accepted the Lord at the age of 26 and have had a wonderful walk with my Lord ever since. My husband, Richard and I have been married for over 45 years! We have 3 happily married sons, seven granddaughters and four grandsons. The oldest of these are all walking with the Lord! They are my delight. My two younger sons served in the military: one is retired Navy, one 8 years in the Army. My oldest son serves in the Lord’s army here in Lynchburg.