More About Me...
I live in the beautiful pacific northwest in a small city called Tacoma, WA. In Tacoma you can find me anywhere that involves family, community and youth. I also am an introvert by nature and enjoy spending time alone thinking and reflecting. As a child I always dreamed of being a strong woman, who gave back to my community through mentor-ship with women and girls. I grew up in a single parent home with my mother and I was able to witness her rise to every occasion with her head held high. My mother makes the word strong sound weak. She raised my brother and I to value relationships, to be determined to give my best effort to whatever I choose to do, and she pushed me to reach past my own limitations. My mother because she worked so much she had the help of my grandmothers who I take great pride is saying I gained my wisdom and sweet nature from. My grandmothers are witty, smart, resourceful, loving and kind the greatest gift any person could be given is grandmothers.
I am a proud graduate of central Washington university. My degree is in psychology and I minored in marriage and family studies. I enjoy learning about people, their upbringing and what they are most passionate about. Listening to people is one of my many talents. I believe the more you listen the more you grow.
Once I graduated from college I gave back to my community through AmeriCorp and started a mentor-ship program for girls. Once my year of service was over I decided to make working with youth a full time commitment so I joined the YMCA as an after-school director of Stewart Middle School where I served four school years overseeing their after-school program. After what felt like a decade of direct service youth development I decided I wanted to learn more about the system level of youth development and joined where I currently work at The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation where we oversee a grant that is researching social emotional learning through 12 pilot school sites. I have learned so many amazing project management tools over the years and have been able to apply them to every area of my life.
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