Wolfeboro, New Hampshire has been my home for 27 years, half my life this year. My husband and I raised our four daughters in this beautiful town and cannot imagine a better place to do so. I was fortunate enough to be able to homeschool our daughters. Over the years I have been an active volunteer in the local community, coaching sports, as a 4H leader, and homeschool co-op organizer to name a few. As a military wife, I have endured two deployments. We also run a small family farm.
Once my daughters were grown, I decided it was time to contribute to my community from a more civics-minded approach. I became a ballot clerk in 2020 and I am also a member of the Agricultural Commission. The events of the last two years made me more aware of legislation at the state level and I have been tracking and following legislation, testifying on bills and learning more about the US and NH Constitutions and how our state government works.