I started my career working with adults, children and families impacted by intellectual disability. After navigating the complex and nuanced relationships of the social services sector, I became the assistant manager of Billing at Early Intervention Colorado for Douglas and Arapahoe counties, including the city of Aurora. Although not a traditional path into the world of finance, my career has taught me the importance of relationship building, transparency, and a commitment to client service.
I am incredibly passionate about linking people to the right resources to support their individual needs. In the mortgage business, I see an opportunity to make a tangible, immediate impact on peoples’ lives; ranging from first-time and move-up homebuyers to homeowners trying to refinance and reduce their monthly payments. My attention to detail and organizational skills make the loan process easy and my passion for people contributes to the experience we hope to deliver to every client, every day.
Colorado is my forever home. I have lived in Littleton, Fort Collins, and Central Denver, all of which are amazing places to call home. In my free time, I’m always up for outdoor activities (as most Coloradoans are), camping trips, yoga sessions, or anything music related. I love to play piano, ukulele and sing. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Colorado State University with an additional Major in Human Development and Family Studies. I’m incredibly passionate about people and stay inspired by the differences among us all.