I grew up in East Tennessee in a little town called Oneida (about an hour an a half north of Knoxville). I knew since I was in first grade that I wanted to be a teacher when I grew up, but it wasn't until high school that I decided that I wanted to be a music teacher.
I graduated from Asbury University in Wilmore, KY in 2014 with my Bachelor of Science in Music Education. I worked as a substitute teacher for two years in Lexington, KY after I graduated from college. During that time, I had the wonderful opportunity to be a long-term music substitute at two different schools in Lexington and Versailles. I moved to Bowling Green in 2016, when I started teaching music in Warren County.
This is my second year teaching music in Warren County, and this year I will be at Richardsville Elementary (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday) and North Warren Elementary (Thursday, Friday).
My husband Colin and I were married in June 2017, and are still getting settled in our new house.