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My husband and I have enjoyed raising our two children in Los Gatos.  Our children have thrived at Blossom Hill Elementary and Fisher Middle School.  We are grateful for the teachers, staff, parents and community partners who have helped our children learn, grow, and develop meaningful connections with their community.    



I completed my undergraduate degree in economics at Brigham Young University. I later received an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business. I was raised in Southern California and completed my K-12 education in the local public school system.



I have professional experience in the corporate and non-profit sectors, working as an executive recruiter at Korn/Ferry International and for The Broad Center’s fellowship program for Superintendents (The Broad Academy). My early career experience included advocacy work.


Community Service:

I have been involved with the Home & School Club (PTO) at Blossom Hill Elementary for many years, most recently serving in the roles of Parliamentarian, President, and President-Elect.  At school, I have also served as a room parent, library volunteer, Cornerstone reader, Mileage Club coordinator, Science Fair Co-Chair, Staff Appreciation Committee Chair, Newsletter editor, and more. I have passed out PE Clothes at Fisher Middle School and helped coach the Fisher Cross Country team.  I have volunteered as a Team Coordinator with LGLL and helped with Scouts BSA’s Pack 556, and Troop 2.  Additionally, I have served in my congregation as President and Assistant in the local and regional Children’s Ministry, Head of the local Women’s Ministry, Youth Sunday School Teacher, and Sunday Teacher in the Women’s Ministry.