After Jemicy, I went to Pikesville High School. I graduated in 1998 and moved to Florida. I earned my bachelor’s degree in psychology and my master’s degree in criminology from Florida Atlantic University. I became a police officer in 2006; that’s where I met my husband Mark. We have two children, Colby (age four) and Cameron (age three).
I left Jemicy after C Group in 2003 and enrolled at the Garrison Forest School for my 8th grade year. While at Garrison, I participated in their Equestrian Program and became the captain of the Equitation Team during my junior and senior years in high school. During that time, we won national and regional titles. I graduated from Garrison in 2008, after my induction into the Cum Laude Society, winning the Emblem Award, Scholar Athlete Award, and the Horsemanship Award.
After Jemicy School, I attended the Friends School of Baltimore from 6th grade through graduation. There I kindled a passion for science and sports and thought I wanted to be an orthopedic surgeon. I was a dean's list student at Friends and later at the University of Rochester, where I studied Chemistry and Humanistic Psychology and played NCAA college basketball.
Since graduating from Jemicy in 2009, I have been attending High Point University, where I major in philosophy; my minor is English. I will be graduating with full honors in May of 2013. While at High Point, I have been president of the Philosophy Club, captain of Men’s Rugby, and treasurer for the Debate Team.