1. What is one item on your bucket list?
I want to visit Jerusalem and see the rich historical sites.
2. What book are you currently reading?
Mattimeo by Brian Jacques. It’s a great story about mice, badgers, crazy rabbits, and much more!
3. Who is your mentor? Why?
My voice teacher from college, Dr. Shockey. He is a wonderful musician, teacher, and friend. I have learned so much from him about pursuing musical excellence, teaching well and clearly, and doing everything with consistency and intention.
4. What would your superpower be?
I would love to have super awesome reflexes and strength like Captain America.
5. Where is the best place you have traveled to and why?
That is hard to say because I have traveled a lot. If I have to pick, Venice was my favorite place. I loved the architecture, the food, and the culture! The city is beautiful and exceeded my expectations.
6. If you could do any job for just one day what would it be?
I would like to be a marine archaeologist. I am fascinated by the oceans and would love to study some of our history underwater!
7. Tell us something that might surprise us about you.
I have had the opportunity to visit five out of the seven continents. I’m still working on Australia and Antarctica!
8. What is your favorite thing about Meadowbrook?
My favorite thing about Meadowbrook is definitely the community. I do not feel like one isolated teacher, but rather that I am part of the bigger fabric of the Meadowbrook school. The teachers, administrators and other staff members have been very kind and helpful to me in my first year at Meadowbrook and the students are wonderful! I wake up each day excited and I truly feel blessed to teach here!