Determined. Loyal. Committed to helping others.
These are just a few of the adjectives that I believe describe me and my passion for my work, my state, and my family.
As a native Arizonan, I have a lot of pride in our beautiful state. I have lived here my entire life, and I graduated from Arizona State University in 2004 with a degree in Business Administration. While I was a student at ASU I played on the rugby team. After college I worked as a successful commercial real estate agent for Marcus & Millichap and then Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty. Through my work, I was able to hone my skills in complex financial contracts and I worked with numerous principals on their real estate portfolios. I was proud to be known as a tough and non-compromising negotiator while still being highly committed to the needs of my clients.
I married my wonderful husband Frank in 2005 and we have three beautiful children, Bella, Luca and Noelle. Frank works full time as a manager of a multi-state appraisal division for a major bank. When I am not spending time with my family or working, I am volunteering for different charities as a member of the Junior League. I love to be with my children and consider raising them to be one of the most important and rewarding jobs in the world. I also enjoy reading, gardening, and cooking.
Someone once asked what motivates me. I replied that more than anything, I feel a profound sense of responsibility to get up and participate in my community, especially when I am not satisfied with the current state of affairs. As a precinct committeeman for the Republican party, I work at the grass roots level of the political system doing everything I can to help our community.
I pride myself in sticking up for others and as a mother of three young children I am passionate about making sure the quality of life for future generations will be as positive and outstanding as possible.
Compelled to do everything in my power to defend our liberties, promote individualism, encourage entrepreneurship, and strengthen the private sector, I stand committed to these important qualities that have helped shape Arizona as a state, and America as a nation.
Basically, I feel that if you don’t get up and do something to change your life and the world in which you live for the better, at the end of the day you have only yourself to blame if things are not the way you want them to be. I look forward to helping make our beautiful state of Arizona an even better place in which to live and raise our families.