I am the Worksite Learning Coordinator and Career Choices teacher for Cascade High School! Did you know that students who are 16 years or older can earn school credit for working outside of the classroom? Worksite Learning allows students to earn .5 CTE credit for working 180 hours at their job by extending classroom learning. If you would like more information, please email at the address below!
I was born in Seattle, WA and graduated from Central Washington University in 2003 with an undergraduate degree in Finance. I worked as a Financial Analyst for three years before starting the most important job of my life, becoming a mom. I was blessed with two beautiful daughters (Madyson and Bella) since then and had the opportunity to stay at home with them for five years. As the two of them started quickly growing up and entering school, my passion for math and desire to give back to the community led me down the path of becoming a high school math teacher. I completed my Masters in Education from the University of Washington in 2012 and am now going into my 10th year at Cascade High School. I have also recently had a son (Blake) and am now the Worksite Learning Coordinator for CHS. In addition to my work within CHS, I am a fellow on the Federal Reserve Education Advisory Board, where I help to make economic education accessible across the country.