I’m a born and bred Washingtonian. I grew up in a large, very close-knit and pretty textbook PNW family where I spent most of my time swimming, hiking, camping in the rain and eating oysters right off the beach. I lived in Olympia until 2000, when I moved to Seattle to go to school. I started working in the Seattle restaurant scene in college, and I fell in love with the food and beverage industry. I loved learning about cuisine, wine, spirits, and I met some of my favorite people in Seattle restaurants (my husband included). What brings me the most joy in my life is my family. I’m fortunate to be married to my best friend, Aaron, and we have two beautiful boys (Kieran and Declan) who are amazing, kind, smart and funny dudes who I love more than I can explain in a short bio. I have a unique background that includes the hospitality industry, a “volunteer raising” focused social purpose start-up, and digital media sales. Throughout all of these experiences, I’ve always gotten the most fulfillment out of providing exceptional customer experiences and building strong relationships with both customers and the community.
I’m looking forward to bringing my drive, positive attitude, and commitment to integrity to the Union Team at Gravity.
A couple of fun facts about me are:
I love the water. Nothing is more peaceful to me than being near the water, lake, ocean, river… it doesn’t matter.
I’m a huge Seahawks fan!! My Grandpa was an original 76’er, so I’ve been going to games since they played in the King Dome when I was a little girl. GO HAWKS!!
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- Favorite Food: Seafood
- Favorite Movie: Almost Famous
- Favorite Book: Anything by David Sedaris
- Hobbies: Crafting, trying new restaurants, and all water activities.
- Favorite Quote: “Be a rainbow in someone else’s cloud” – Maya Angelou