I received my Bachelor of Science in Biology from Colorado Christian University. I returned to Austin in 2020 and taught for one year at a charter school before starting at Hill Country in 2021. As a Hill Country alumna (2016), I’m so excited to be on staff now.
What is your favorite sport?
To watch, football. To play, basketball.
What is your favorite hobby or one of your favorite things?
As lame as it sounds, knitting.
What is your favorite food?
Growing up, you hoped to become a…
Other than the Bible, what’s your all-time favorite book?
A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks
What is an interesting fact about you?
I went to Hill Country K-12 and graduated in 2016.
If you could meet one historical figure or famous person, who would it be and why?
Paul from the Bible. To hear even more than what we read in his letters would be incredible. From his missionary journeys to a deeper testimony!
What is your favorite Scripture or quote?
Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us. Ephesians 3:20
What do you believe makes Hill Country distinct?
Hill Country is distinct in many ways. However, I can honestly say from first-hand experience that one of the greatest distinctions is its college preparation. You cannot tell just how well a school prepares you until you arrive at college. After arriving, I knew Hill Country prepared me well for college. Hill Country truly prepares you to learn how to learn, how to study, and how to work hard!
What do you love about teaching at Hill Country?
The biblical integration. Not being able to share Christ with my students in my last school was an obstacle. When they were discouraged or having difficulties at home, I would get in trouble for praying for my students or sharing the hope of Jesus. Now, working in a community that not only allows prayer but deeply encourages it along with teaching a biblical worldview inside every classroom is a blessing and answer to prayer.