BA (Criminal Justice) – UNC-Wilmington, 1996 

MAT (Special Education) – Mary Baldwin College, 2004

MS Ed. (Educational Administration), Shenandoah University, 2010.



After working within the Criminal Justice System for several years, I developed a passion to become a teacher and assist students who struggle with school.  I began working for Augusta County Schools in the fall of 2001 as a high school special education teacher.  In the fall of 2010 I became a middle school assistant principal and worked at Beverley Manor Middle School.  I am very excited to be starting my fourth year as Assistant Principal here at SDHS!!  Working with students, parents and the community has been both rewarding and enjoyable.



I am a military brat who has had some wonderful experiences moving around our great country and I still love to travel, most especially to the coast.  My husband, David is a native of Staunton and we enjoy golfing, playing tennis, spending time with our family and friends as well as supporting the Cougars at sporting and extra-curricular events.   Our daughter, Olivia, graduated from Virginia Tech this past Spring making us very proud and excited about the extra cash flow this will allow (lol)!  

As always, I look forward to working with you and your students this year and will strive to do my best to assist in their success both in and out of school!!