I grew up in Cullman, Alabama where I attended and graduated from Vinemont High School. After high school, I attended Wallace State where I completed my basics and first semester of nursing school before transferring to the RN program at Calhoun Community College. I have worked in insurance since 2014 with a few different roles, from an agent to the agency director. I have my life and health license, property and casualty, and am currently working on my CLCS designation. I’m very passionate about what I do and have been able to help people more than I could ever imagine. I feel like the contribution I can make is being honest with my clients and continue to educate myself and learn to change and grow with society in order to be able to meet my client’s most current needs. I love to go to the beach, and I can always enjoy some good food. When I’m not working, I enjoy being around friends and family. I have been involved in A-21 for several years. The organization works to raise awareness and help rescue victims of human tracking. The organization will also represent victims through the legal system, provide housing, and mentor them through the process of regaining their freedom. I also enjoy helping with Tent City Project each year, volunteering at the Link of Cullman County, and working on projects in my community through Desperation Church.