I grew up in rural South Dakota and New Mexico on reservations. I have lived in the far South Valley for 24 years, with my husband, Stewart. We happily raised our five children there and are now spending as much time as possible loving our four grandchildren.
Why Am I Running For Office?
We are all
I have degrees from University of New Mexico in Physical Therapy and Family Studies. The degrees have allowed me to serve in rural native communities with Indian Children’s Program.
For the last 33 years, I have worked at Carrie Tingley Hospital/UNMH. My career has focused mostly on pediatric and developmental disabilities, aquatic therapy and work with families. I have also trained PT students for many years.
I have served on the Church of Our Lord vestry and various school parent associations. In addition, I have served on the boards of Education of Parents of Indian Children with Special Needs (EPICS) and Joni and Friends (JAF). My family collects wheelchairs and other mobility equipment and travels internationally to deliver them to people with disabilities through JAF Wheels for the World.
I am also honored to have been endorsed by Right to Life Committee of New Mexico.
concerned, we all care. We want our faith to be protected and for us to have the freedoms that people flock to America to find.
And they're still coming here because they still believe that America is the best place to have freedom, to have the rule of law, to have the protections that we do at this time have.
But all those things are at risk.