My initial literary experience entailed studying Spanish literature and poetry at Hollins University. Since 2016, I have published eleven children's books that cater to all types of animals with a major focus on equines. I use my writing as a way to enhance awareness and give back to areas of substantial and great need. Thus, I have elected projects that help our horses, environment, hunger, and species in need.
In regards to my academic writing, I have executed a plethora of graduate research on cultural intelligence, organizational behavior, and strategic planning. I serve as an indie publishing consultant and instructor, ghostwriter, and literacy programming specialist. I have worked with over twenty libraries since 2016 for programs of all ages.
I have also taught an array of subjects in English and Spanish as a human resources manager in a variety of organizational cultures along with serving as a guest educator in the public school arena for several years.
My equine driven storybooks are inspired by my horses, and my quest to make a difference. I elected to give back to the Gluck Center because I valued their mission and proven results toward helping our nation's horses. Thus, I donated a portion of my equine books' proceeds to Howe's study on equine protozoal myeloencephalitis at the University of Kentucky Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center as I lost a treasured horse from this complex neurological disease.
In 2020, I will be altering my equine welfare mission in order to raise awareness about
the wild horse issues that affect the West through marketing a special chapter book, The Lost Mustang of Turquoise Canyon.