MAT Major Education 12/30/2005
BS Major Elementary Education
BS Minor Early Childhood Education
BS Minor Health
Professional Early Childhood Education
Phone: 509.662.2723 ext 13
In the spring of 2009 I had several conversations with God in which He impressed upon me His Plan for my life. What an incredible gift I have received in His Plan. Throughout my life I have had many jobs of all kinds. What I do now, every day at CCA, isn’t a job. Morning after morning I thank God for directing me to my passion. I LOVE MY WORK AT CCA!!!!
Realizing my dream of becoming an educator became a reality in June of 1997. I marched down the grassy path at Walla Walla College to receive my BS in Elementary Education. At that time I also received minors in both Health and Early Childhood Education.
After this accomplishment I moved to Seattle and taught at Burien SDA Elementary for 8 years. During this time I had an inspiring mentor who believed in me and God’s Plan for me. I began working on my MAT in Administration Leadership in 2000 and completed it in 2005. While in Seattle I taught grades 1-3, K-2, then 3-5, and finally some 6th-8th grade classes.
From Seattle my family and I moved north to Burlington where I taught 6th grade part-time and was Vice-Principal of the K-12 school, Skagit Adventist School.
As I mentioned before, in the spring of 2009 God’s Plan continued and I accepted my dream “job” to be the principal at PCA. Then in the summer of 2012, God moved us to the beautiful Wenatchee Valley where we felt so welcomed. I am blessed to have a wonderful staff that are committed to Jesus Christ and the call He has given each of them in their lives too. Every day is a gift from God no matter how stressful, hectic, or crazy the day may seem. Knowing God is in control of everything and that He will provide……what could be better!
My husband, Tim, and I were married over Spring Break in 2004. He is an amazing support and I am blessed to be married to my best friend. We have 4 fantastic children who keep us on our toes, praising God, and of course on our knees asking for direction!