Prior to moving to Seabrook in 1995 Dick and I lived in Columbus, Ohio where I was an educator for 36 years. Near the end of my tenure I was fortunate to have been chosen to mentor new teachers and teachers in trouble through the Columbus PAR program for 3 years.
I strongly believe in helping others and giving back to a community through volunteering.
When we moved to Seabrook in 1995, I became involved in local island activities. I was the Club’s social chairperson from 95-97, have been Events chairperson for SIPOA, have served on the SIPOA board, co-chaired the Alan Fleming silent auction, co-chaired SINHG programming, was president of SINHG, and have worked on numerous committees solely as a committee member.
Outside of our immediate environs I have been a docent for the Charleston Historic Foundation for 22 years and have tutored children at Mt. Zion, Angel Oak and recently Meeting Street School.
What do I enjoy doing in my spare time? I like to travel, read, play tennis, golf, trivia, scrabble, Mah Jong and Bridge. I also participate as a packer for Backpack Buddies.
I have previously been on the Nominating Committee and feel it is one of the most important SIPOA committees on Seabrook. I would be honored to serve again.
-Submitted by the Nominating Committee