About Me

I was born and raised on farms and ranches in Wyoming and Montana. I have had a passion for horses since before I could walk. I was involved in 4-H showing horses and cattle, giving demonstrations and winning local and state awards for excellence. I attended the University of Wyoming majoring in Interpersonal Communication.

As an adult, all my work was very different with each position I had. I served as Director of Community Education in Douglas, Wyoming bringing in $1.5 into the school district the final year I worked there. I became Director of Kingfisher Memorial Library where we became the first rural library in Oklahoma to introduce computerized cataloging and was nominated for Oklahoma’s Outstanding New Librarian. 

The whole time I had an 8-5 job, I trained and showed Paints and Quarter Horses in every aspect of English, Western and cattle competition as a sideline. I, along with my clients, have shown multiple World Champions in nearly every event, from youth to adult, from western to English, from cattle classes to jumping.

PROFESSIONAL:

I became a Realtor because it was an extension of everything I have always known: livestock, farming and ranching and people. It is a perfect fit! We have all grown up shaped by the home we came from, its neighborhoods and their people. I truly love this vocation and pride myself on my knowledge of current transactions, school districts, neighborhood information and related services, including mortgage, insurance and inspection information.

I am especially proud of our company Keller Williams. Honesty and Integrity are foremost in our transactions. We are dedicated to achieving results and providing exceptional service.

If you are in the market to buy or sell your home, farm or ranch, I will put my years of real estate expertise to work for you!

Certifications and Recognitions:

REALTOR certification Business and Professional Woman of the Year Professional Horseman.