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Whether as a member of the Rotary Club of Woodstock or as a Volunteer Alzheimer's Association Advocate, I commit countless hours each year to service both within and beyond my community. For me, it is the giving of time and self to others that provides me energy and fulfillment. I am dedicated to serving others, but especially my fellow citizens of Woodstock.

Rotary Club of Woodstock

Rotarian of the Year

I joined the Rotary Club of Woodstock in August of 2020, and I did so with vigor and excitement. Because of my commitment to the Rotary motto of "Service Above Self," and for jumping in with both feet, I received the distinguished Rotarian of the Year honor for 2020-2021.


Elite Grand Champion

Alzheimer's Association

To date, I have participated in 10 Walk to End Alzheimer's events. As with everything, I dive into it with enthusiasm and determination -- to recruit and build a strong team of advocates while raising both money and awareness to help fight this devastating disease, which currently affects more than 6 million Americans. 


Product Partnerships for Christmas Clearing House

Rotary Club of Woodstock

Within just a few months of first joining the Rotary Club of Woodstock, I was strategizing and organizing the best possible marketing campaign for Rotary's Christmas Clearing House. By combining our club's wide community reach with products from local businesses, we can make an even bigger impact within our community. The project has become so successful, that I was thrilled to receive a nod of recognition from our very own Woodstock Independent. 


Legislative Testimony

Alzheimer's Association

On numerous occasions, I have been called upon to provide statements, interviews, and testimony to government officials, legislative bodies, and even media outlets. Because of my firsthand experience caring for my father John -- whose Alzheimer's diagnosis in 2010 both devastated and strengthened me -- I am frequently asked to act as an advocate and storyteller. My father's death in 2019 only bolstered my resolve to keep championing this cause.

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