I fell in love with writing in high school. From analytical works to spoken word poetry, I was always working on something. I took this love with me to the University of Washington in Seattle, where I expanded my life’s library, studied abroad in London, and pushed myself to explore new passions and interests by taking on a double major. In 2020, I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in creative writing and psychology. After spending some time with Starbucks, growing amazing teams and creating space for people to be themselves, I decided it was time to take a break to work on myself, too. As I grow as a writer, I hope to cultivate a portfolio of meaningful stories meant to connect people with each other, with themselves, and what really matters.
I currently live in Seattle with my husband, Chris. I’m a coffee enthusiast, an avid reader, a dog lover, and an explorer. I’m working through multiple Washington hiking guides, learning to ski, and planning for 2023 to be a year of personal growth – as a human and as a writer. It’s always a work in progress!