My husband, Michael, and I came to Seabrook Island as vacationers for a number of years before purchasing a lot in 2004 and building our home in 2008. Following 24 years of service in the Federal Government, where I managed a large and diverse workforce providing administrative support services, we moved to Seabrook Island full-time in 2011. I am running for a 1-year term on the SIPOA Board of Directors.
I have enjoyed using my knowledge, skills, and abilities to benefit our community. Since moving to Seabrook Island I have served on the Architectural Review Committee, the Election Committee, the Nominating Committee (both as a member and as Chair), GOMC, Environmental, Safety & Security (both as a member and as Chair) and twice filled a vacated position on the SIPOA Board of Directors (in 2019 and at present). I was a founding member and team leader of our community blog, Tidelines, serving for over 7 years, a Turtle Patrol walker, and a member of SINHG, SIB, Stitchers and the water aerobics groups. I have also been a poll worker for numerous elections, and a member of the Sea Island Lady Singers and the Carolina Coastal Choir.
As a member of the Board of Directors I will listen to a diversity of opinions to make decisions which are in the best interests of our entire community and I will work to ensure that Seabrook Island remains a preeminent coastal community with its continued economic growth while also protecting the Island’s breathtaking natural beauty and outstanding quality of life.
-Submitted by the SIPOA Nominating Committee