Welcome and thank you for taking your valuable time to learn about our District 4 Candidates. I was born in Yonkers, NY and I have lived in Pasco County for the past 33 years. I have gone to school, worked, started my businesses, and non-profits right here in Pasco County. I have been able to accomplish so much for so many people, families, and children and I would like to continue to help make Pasco even better!
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* Guardian Angels, Inc.
* Miracles Schools
* Fitzpatrick Financial
I attended and graduated with honors from Ridgewood High School, earned my AA from PHCC, and graduated from USF with my BA.
While growing up in Pasco County I participated and competed in gymnastics for 12 years and coached for 10 years. I played baseball and softball at St. James Apostle Church and West Pasco Little League. I would volunteer my time in the concession stand nightly while my father coached.
I have always been community oriented and I started volunteering while in elementary school. I would stay after school and volunteer daily and even everyday during summer school in Mrs. Bradley's classroom. I had set up the Dolch Sight Words and would help teach the other students how to read.
I continued to volunteer throughout my elementary and middle school years at Calusa Elementary School. While attending Ridgewood High, I would volunteer at gymnastics meets, coastal clean ups, and PHCC Cares (a volunteer organization at PHCC that would organize monthly volunteer events). Later on, once I enrolled at PHCC, I was the CARES Coordinator. Throughout my college years and beyond I continued to coach gymnastics and work with children. I coached children of all ages from 18 months to 18 years old from recreational to competitive gymnasts. I met children with challenges and in 2007 I met a child that was legally blind, among other disabilities, that had been exposed to illicit drugs while in utero, which said disabilities were said to being associated with being exposed to illicit drugs while in the utero.
In 2012, Guardian Angels, Inc., a 501.c.3 was formed and several years later, we formed Miracles Schools.
After graduating from USF, I continued volunteering and being a part of many organizations in our community; such as, Rotary, Guardian Ad Litem, Foster/Adoptive Parent Association, Trinity Positive Business Network, Guardian Angels, Inc., West Pasco Chamber of Commerce, Women Helping Women, New Port Richey Elks, Business Professional Women Calusa, Young Professionals Group, and Miracles Schools. In addition to attending meetings for the Pasco Youth Initiative (PYI), Substance Exposed Newborn (SEN) Committee, and attending the Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) Conferences.
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