I was born and raised in Northeast Wyoming. I moved to Colorado to attend Colorado State University.
I graduated from CSU with a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy in 1992. I attended Red Rocks Community College and earned a certificate of Physician Assistant studies and earned a Masters of Medical Science from St. Francis University in Pennsylvania.
I have been with the Women’s Clinic since 2010. I enjoy interacting with and providing care for women throughout all stages of life including the hormonal changes associated with menopause. My patient care is characterized as personalized medicine -I like to build a strong rapport with my patients, provide focused care and relate to the ever changing challenges and frustrations that women face.
In my free time I enjoy running, mountain biking, hiking and cross country skiing with my husband and two sons.