I have always been a Conservative Republican that had the fortunate opportunity as a young woman out of college to work for President Ronald Reagan as an Executive Assistant in the Presidential Scheduling Office.
It was an amazing experience and honor to have served in his Administration.
After leaving the White House, I worked for at Fortune 500 Companies, Public & Private Non-Profit Schools and became a Small Business Owner while staying home with my young children.
I am currently a Deputy Town Clerk and a NH State Representative elected in 2020.
I am married to Charlie, my High School sweet heart of 37 years, a proud mother of three grown sons & daughter-in-laws and recent grandparents of twin girls.
We love to be together whether just hanging out chatting or skiing, boating, hiking, crafting, cooking, walking the dog or playing with the cat and grand babies.
We live in a beautiful State and I am determined to protect the rights and freedoms, as well as, preserve the natural resources that I have enjoyed in my lifetime for my children and future generations to come.
I spent much of my life as a child and with our family coming to New Hampshire to ski in the the winter, boat & swim in the summer and hike in between.
We came to Lyndeborough in 2014 met the neighbors and got involved. It started with the the Budget Committee for our Cooperative School, then came the Wilton/Lyndeborough Women's Club and Zoning Board.
After being elected as NH State Representative, I served as County Representative, on the NH Federation of Republican Women and Town Chair of the Broadband Committee bringing Broadband to the under served in our Town.
While in Office, I focused on Constituent Services: from bills submitted, sponsored and passed to helping folks navigate through the government connecting them to resources and problem solving. I enjoy this part of being a Representative the most and it is an honor to serve.