I was born in St. Thomas Virgin Islands; I’m the youngest of 10 brothers and sisters. My mother moved us to Central Florida in 1978 when I was just 8 years old.

My mother worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Guardian Care Nursing Home in Orlando. One of the greatest lessons I learned from my mother was to “help out where ever and whenever you can.”

I am a mother of 3 sons and a grandmother of 4. Two of my oldest sons, Antonio & Angel, served in the United States Marines — and my youngest son, Ashton graduated from the University of South Florida.

One of my earliest memories of Winter Park is my 5th grade track meet at Showalter Field. I have great memories of the relay races I ran there. They meant a lot to me.

I’ve worked for years in Winter Park to help lift up and strengthen families.

In 2007, my three sons and I moved to Winter Park. I became a volunteer with the Hannibal Square Heritage Center — I served on the Winter Park Library Board, Keep Winter Park Beautiful and was a member of the Winter Park Rotary Club. Currently, I serve as a Board Member for the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival.

I’m still serving the community every day — full time — just 4 blocks from city hall.
I believe in service. That’s why I’m running to be your next Winter Park City Commissioner.

Stand With Me.


Do What You Can.


Your Story Matters.


Families Come First.

Keep Winter Park Family-Friendly.