I have always engaged my community, thanks to the support of my family.
Let me tell you, it hasn't been easy. Earning my Masters of Public Health while working full-time meant I had to have commitment.
But it’s that commitment for helping people that drove me to run for a Judicial seat. Starting off in retail, food service and customer service jobs, I eventually found my career path working as a Contractor for the PA Department of Public Welfare, then an Investigator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and finally, in my current position as a Fraud Consultant for private industry. Coming from humbling beginnings, I’ve almost seen it all. Life has not always been easy but my experiences have led me to understand the importance of responsibility, consequences for one’s actions and hard-work.
Through the journey, I’ve always found time to volunteer. I’ve been a
Coach for my children’s soccer teams, am involved in their school PTO, and am active locally with Big Brothers Big Sisters. I’ve been a Mediator with Neighborhood Dispute Settlement, an Athlete
Leadership Mentor for Special Olympics, and am a member of the United Way of the Capital Region’s Women’s Leadership Network, as well as other roles.
As a graduate of Lower Dauphin High School, long-time resident of Hummelstown, and mother of three, I care about this District. As your judge, I will bring to the court the same energy and commitment I bring to everything I do. The people of this District can be assured that I will continue to be dedicated to doing what is appropriate for all who reside, work or visit here.