I am a wife, mother of two, grandmother of four, and a great-grandmother of one. I am also the caretaker of my older sister and my mother all while writing and advocating for disability. Drawn to those with special needs, I started as an eight-year-old elementary student helping in the special education classroom.

As an adult, after years in the field of accounting software and information technology, I started work as an Orientation and Life Skills Instructor at Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center. Here I worked with persons with all types of disabilities and disorders.  I firmly believe when God calls us to a role, he will needle us as needed to get the job done. I do my best not to get stuck!

Now, retired with Fibromyalgia, arthritis, and autoimmune issues. I combine my love of writing with a desire to advocate for persons with disability through social media and writing articles and working on my first book.

You can find me on Facebook, Twitter, or by visiting this website. I also maintain a website through the Author’s Guild you can find me here. I am a member of the Creative Nonfiction Writers organization, The Author’s Guild, Nonfiction Writers Association, and smaller local groups in my area.