I have had a long and varied career path that began in Southern California. I worked as a purchasing agent for a high-end glassblowing studio, and later held administrative positions at the Santa Monica Hospital, the Fatburger Corporation, and one of the highest-rated elementary schools in LAUSD. After a move to Northern California, I enjoyed working as a gallery assistant and artist/muralist in Davis, California. In 2009 I was honored to be one of several artists to receive a certificate of appreciation from the City of Davis. My artworks are in the permanent collection of the Morris Graves Museum, and temporary collection of the Triton Museum of Art in San Jose. Collaborative and numerous solo murals still exist throughout Northern California, with a few having been featured in Southwest Magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle. I relocated to Seattle in late 2017 to be closer to family and now, as the Executive Assistant here at Zachary Scott, I thoroughly enjoy the ability to use these varied skill sets to assist our teams in whatever capacity they and our daily challenges require of us.

What I love about what I do:

I love that my position here is one that morphs and grows constantly, keeping my supporting role interesting while the rest of the staff use their considerable expertise and talent to bring the best possible outcomes for our clients.

Outside the office:

My interests have always revolved around culture and education, and I continue to paint, show, and volunteer in Seattle. Exploring the Puget Sound area with my family, and enjoying the food, music, and culture of Seattle is truly a treat.