Graduated from Idaho State University with an AAS Physical Therapist Assistant in 2012, as well as a BS in biology, and a BS in health sciences in 2013. She worked for 2 years at an outpatient orthopedic clinic in Southeast Idaho before deciding it was time to continue her education. She earned an entry-level Doctor of Physical Therapy in April 2017 from University of Mary in Bismarck, ND before moving to Alaska. She enjoys working with a variety of patients but is very excited to begin her career in outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation and pelvic floor dysfunction rehabilitation. She is currently pursuing specialization in pelvic floor rehabilitation. She enjoys spending her free time running, fishing, hunting, hiking, skiing, and camping.