Our family of five moved to Amberley in 2003 after eleven years in Pleasant Ridge.  Although we viewed our future home during the winter, with snow on the ground, my husband and I were both captivated by the beautiful mature trees in the back yard as well as the unique features of mid-century architecture, generous green space, and continued convenience of location. After moving in, we quickly came to appreciate the services provided to Village residents. I was re-elected to Council in 2013. Previously I was appointed to fill a vacancy on Council in December 2006 and served through 2011.

I‘m a Cincinnati native, a graduate of Ursuline Academy and Xavier University. I earned a master’s in journalism at Northwestern and worked for several years as a communication consultant with a large firm before becoming a stay-home mom, which was my primary career for two decades. When the oldest left for college, I began to write more and published a book on childbirth and spirituality. Recently I completed a memoir manuscript on early mother loss for which I’m seeking publication, and I’m training as a Healing Touch practitioner. The Community Engagement tab lists many of the organizations I’ve been involved with.

Our three children are grown, so now we’re empty nesters, still enjoying life in Amberley, plus the opportunity to travel.




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