I chose to become an Occupational therapist because I loved that the profession combines creativity and science. Before studying Occupational Therapy, I studied Art History. I love using creativity and art to connect with children in order to increase their fine manual precision and bilateral integration skills. I have experience in school-based settings, home health, skilled nursing, and orthopedics.

I love art, horses, hiking, nature in general, travel, and working on my own health and wellness.