I love supporting my community, I am lucky enough to have worked in the non profit world for the last 10 years! I have served on a Board of Directors and held various administrative roles that taught me what it takes help a non profit flourish.
I graduated from WSU with a Bachelors degree in Social Sciences with an emphasis on Communication, Psychology and Business. I have worked with horses for the last 20 years and understand the connection that can be built between a person and a horse. Owning my own horse and working at many farms growing up, I am not afraid to get my hands dirty. I am always learning new aspects of how take care of the farm and its amazing animals.
Equine assisted Therapy has been a passion of mine since I first volunteered in this field 15 years ago. Just this last year, I was given the opportunity to follow my dreams of working at a therapeutic farm and I am so excited to be here, learning from an amazing leader and farm owner. I see the need for this work in our community, I am excited to continue to support individuals and families who seek connection, self discovery and empowerment.
Currently I am pursuing certification with the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH International), as an ESMHL (Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning).