I grew up in Morris County and am happy to be back serving my community as a professional! I left New Jersey to study Education at Syracuse University, and later returned to study Counseling Psychology at Rutgers. Since graduating with my Master's Degree I have worked with women, children, and families in various settings including domestic violence services, a group home for teenage girls, providing in-home services to families involved with DCP&P (formerly DYFS), and supervising Children's Mobile Response Services in Morris and Sussex Counties.
Most people would consider me a huge animal lover, especially since I have been a part of the plant-based community since 2008. I also volunteer with the Sato Project, a non-profit that transports homeless dogs from Puerto Rico to the continental United States.
When I'm not working, I can usually be found reading mystery novels, doing yoga, going for walks with my dog, or caring for my collection of dozens of houseplants.