I am an accomplished nonprofit IT professional with two decades of experience working in nonprofits across Maryland, directing technology initiatives for public health education and analysis, spearheading the development of volunteer and membership programs, advocating for youth and families, and planning events and conferences. I have been awarded a certificate of service and appreciation from Governor Hogan, Former US Senator Barbara Mikulski, and Former Mayor Sheila Dixon.

I earned a Master’s in public health from Kaplan University and Bachelors in Elementary Education & Psychology from Coppin State University one of Maryland’s four HBCUs.  

I am particularly skilled in my ability to be a conduit of communication between human service providers and technologists. I thrive on developing solutions that creatively address complex community communications, technology, education, housing and people’s challenges.

It is my mission and commitment to use my gifts and talents to help others have access to education, equity in resources, and equality in treatment.

My first involvement with Dundalk Renaissance was as a recipient of one of their Home Purchase Incentive Grants. In joining the Dundalk Renaissance Board, I am most excited in its growth potential to welcome and attract a diverse population while promoting & supporting the development of healthy communities (people and property).

I am a native to Baltimore, MD and have been living in the Dundalk area for the greater portion of my life.

Other Primary Affiliations
NAACP-member, Friends of Southeast Baltimore County-Organizer

I am a Public Health professional who has: written and responded to grants RFP RFI, developed behavioral health programming, conducted community health research & needs assessments. Information management professional with experience in the development and implementation of big data analysis and collection tools for behavioral and somatic health.