One of the most interesting things about me is that I never learned to ride a bike. But growing up in the desert of Tucson, Ariz., I did learn to ride horses — and a pony named Woody.

While I have been around animals for as long as I can remember, and currently have a family dog named Bisbee, my true passion is writing. I love that words have an impact on everyone who reads them.

After working at the Cholla High newspaper, I was selected as a teen columnist at the Tucson Citizen newspaper and later became a sports news assistant at the Arizona Daily Star newspaper during college.

I graduated Cum Laude in May 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the University of Arizona. Throughout college, I worked on the production of a nightly news magazine Arizona Illustrated and also interned at USA Volleyball.

I currently reside in Colorado Springs, Colo., where I oversee all U.S. Paralympics digtial and social media and also serve as a media liason for athletes and events. I have worked at both the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games and the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

In my spare time, I design websites at Figure Skaters Online for nationally ranked figure skaters including Olympians and U.S. Champions. But I never learned to skate.

While there are some common things that I might not have mastered, I pride myself on the more unique skills that I do have.


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