What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” — Jane Goodall
My responsibilities as a Project Manager:
Positivity - I have an enthusiasm that is contagious. I am upbeat and can get others excited about what they are going to do.
Includer - I am accepting of others, show awareness of those who feel left out and make an effort to include them.
Woo - I love the challenge of meeting new people and winning them over. I derive satisfaction from breaking the ice and making a connection with another person.
I have always been drawn to and fascinated by marketing and advertising. Even as a child I would use my Barbie dolls to act out and create commercials. In college, I started out as a Psychology major and then transferred to be a Communications major. These things go hand in hand and often are combined in advertising and marketing to create an effective strategy.
My background has set me up very well for my current position at Webolutions and Project Manager.
I love traveling, gardening, great food, art, painting, spending time with friends and family. I also enjoy spending time with my little dog, Chi Chi. I enjoy meeting and talking to new people every chance I get. I also enjoy live music and go to concerts as much as possible (especially at Red Rocks!)
2015 to 2019 - Englewood City Council Member At Large
2012 – 2016 - Englewood Public Library Board Member
2012 – 2016 - Englewood Cultural Arts Commission Chairperson
2015 - Emerge Colorado Political Leadership Training
2011 - 2012 - Opera Colorado Volunteer
2010 – 2013 - Make-A- Wish Kickball Tournament Fundraising
2010 – 2013 - Diabetes Walk Denver Fundraising
2011 – 2013 - Grocery Cart Race – Comitis Crisis Center Fundraising
2009 - Muscular Dystrophy Association Fundraising
2008 - White House Project Go Run Political Leadership Training
2004 - Envirocitizen Political Skills Summer Training Academy
2015 - Elected to Englewood City Council – At Large
2013 - Chairperson of the Englewood Cultural Arts Commission
The world's largest natural hot springs pool located in Glenwood Springs. The two-block long pool is across the street from the historic Hotel Colorado, a favorite stop of former president Teddy Roosevelt.