I was born and raised in Erie, Pennsylvania and grew up with a fond appreciation of the outdoors, particularly for all things related to the lake and the beach. I lived in Georgia during college and in 2007, moved to Southern California, where I resided until 2020. For 15 years, I worked in various roles within the hospitality/hotel management business, most of them in Finance and Accounting.
In 2020, my husband and I decided to leave Los Angeles. We wanted to adjust the pace of our life, and during COVID realized the need for more space. We chose New England, as it afforded us both of those things, and it would place us closer to family. I am grateful to be able to join Wolfe’s Neck and appreciate its focus on conservation, sustainability and research.
When I am not at the farm, I enjoy travel planning, fishing, cooking, and spending time with my husband and cat; both of whom also enjoy travel adventures with me.← Back to Blog