• Adjunct Faculty, KVCC
  • Unit Coordinator at Kennebec Behavioral Health (Looking Ahead Clubhouse Program)
  • Faculty for International Center for Clubhouse Development


  • Associate of Science in Mental Health and Human Services from KVCC in 2009
  • Bachelor of Science in Mental Health and Human Services from UMA in 2012
  • ACRE Certified Employment Specialist


  • I am passionate about the clubhouse model and would like to see myself becoming the director of a clubhouse program someday.


I am 27 years old and I have lived in Augusta for most of my life. I own a home, in which I reside with my husband, 3 cats, and 1 dog. My husband and I are expecting our first child in August and couldn't be more excited!


I am really excited about facilitating this class and getting to know all of you. I am flattered to be part of your journey through the mental health program. I enjoyed all of the time that I spent at KVCC and I hope that you do too! I absolutely love my current job at Kennebec Behavioral Health and I want to support you with finding your niche within the field, because there are so many things that you can do once you get your MHRT-C and your degree.


One tip for navigating your way through this program is to find an organizational system that works for you and stick with it. When I was in school and took 5 classes one semester I purchased small dry erase boards (from Target, I believe) and hung them in my kitchen. Dry erase boards do not make for fancy wall art, but they allowed me the opportunity to bullet point my assignments for the week and they were visible (I didn't have to dig through my purse to get my planner). I also took the time to try out different study spaces and studying during different times of day. If you have the flexibility in your schedule, test this out. I found that I was more creative in the morning, so that was when I wrote my papers. I memorized better at night, so I used that time to study flashcards. To sum it up, find what works for you!