I grew up on a farm in South Texas, the daughter of a long line of farmers dating back to the days of the Republic of Texas. I'm proud to be an eighth-generation Texan and second-generation Aggie. While I want to modernize Carrollton, I also know the value of tradition and history.
My first encounter with North Texas was when I went to high school in Denton. I ended up leaving for Aggieland and then law school at Stanford Law, but it didn't take long for me to find my way back here. I worked for the Department of Justice in downtown Dallas but ended up leaving to enjoy a quiet law practice in Carrollton.
I bought my first home in Carrollton, a small 836 square foot condo, and I started my law firm with my laptop on my dining room table.
A little over a decade later, I now have a thriving law practice, and I even upgraded to my new dream home in Country Place.
Carrollton is my home. Texas is in my DNA, and Carrollton is in my heart. I plan to live here for the rest of my life, and I commit to serving my neighbors and your families every day that I'm here.
My Heart is in Carrollton!