I grew up in Vail, Colorado and graduated from CU Boulder in 2005 with degrees in Spanish & Communication. I received my masters’ degree in Special Education in 2013 from UNC Greeley. I just received my principal license and will finish my Educational Leadership master's degree in November. I have been in education for 8 years, 7 of those with DPS. This is my fourth year at Columbine and I feel really excited about this year. I know that our students can do anything they put their mind to and I am honored to be a support for them and offer some of the tools they need to be exceptional students, people, and agents of change. I value the profound impact the Columbine community, parents, and staff have had on the school and I am inspired to continue their hard work with them. I speak English and Spanish and love to travel, hike, read, cook, paddle board, spend time with family and friends, and most of all hang out with my best bud, my dog Tyco.