Here's a little bit about me and my family.
I have lived in Alabama and Mississippi all my life. My dad is a preacher and for half of my life he was a pastor. It was a great life and I appreciate my parents for instilling in me a love for people and a love for teaching.
I married my husband, Timothy, in December of 1994 and we live in Fairhope. We have two beautiful girls, Mashawn and Michelle. Mashawn married in March of 2019 and is loving married life. Michelle is going to school with me at Davidson High School.
I didn't have a degree when I married. I worked at several places before I decided to go back to school. I graduated in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and I taught my year at Foley Middle School in Foley, AL. But I wanted a masters degree and went back to school and graduated in December of 2010. I taught at Pensacola State for several years as an adjunct teacher (still do on Thursday nights), but I wanted a full time job. So I applied to teach in Escambia County Florida and I was hired in 2013-2014 at Escambia High School. I transferred to Tate High School the next year and taught for 2 more years in Florida. But I needed to come back to Alabama. I applied in Mobile County and was hired at Davidson by our beloved former principal Mr. Copeland. I am so honored to be a part of this family. And am looking forward to more wonderful years here.