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About me

Industry Non-Profit
Occupation Communications & Program Director
Location Chattanooga, Tennessee
Introduction I have several passions in my life; family, riding my motorcycle, inspiring others and making people smile are just a few. FACES: The National Craniofacial Association is also top on my list. FACES captured my heart over seven years ago, when I designed their brochure. As is my habit when I design, I did research on craniofacial differences so that I would have a better idea about the children and adults that FACES helps. I cried the whole time. A person with craniofacial differences not only endures many, many surgeries, but due to ignorance, is often subjected to stares, public ridicule, and meanness. I soon became a volunteer for FACES and then later was invited on the Board where I served until recently when I actually was hired by FACES to be their Communications & Program Director. Needless to say, I LOVE MY JOB! That being said, it was only natural for me to want to ride my bike to the FACES Rally, in Upland, Nebraska, which benefits FACS and use it to raise awareness of children and adults with craniofacial differences, FACES: The National Craniofacial Association, and to promote the FACES Rally in NE.
Interests motorcycles, herbal healing, nature, yoga, FACES: The National Craniofacial Association