When I was a little girl, I lived across the street from my grandmother. I used to love visiting her and listening to all her stories. The connection we made, along with the time I spent assisting her, allowed me to gain a lot of wisdom over time. I believe this to be one of the many reasons why I enjoy working in the healthcare industry. In addition to teaching and coaching, I thoroughly enjoy helping others learn and understand the healthcare process of those within the senior community.
My journey in the healthcare insurance industry started in the year 2000 as a marketing representative for a health insurance company, where I reached out to local communities in the Inland Empire promoting Medi-Cal and Healthy Families Programs. Five years later, I made the leap into the Medicare industry and instantly knew that this is where I wanted to grow professionally. The skills I gained from my teaching background allowed me to educate and help so many people understand the changes that occurred annually.
Throughout the years, I’ve also utilized the resources from partnerships to help provide in areas where services were limited, and along the way, I also found myself wanting to do more. K2 Financial Partners and I share the same vision and values. When it comes to Medicare, my goal is to provide a safe haven of resources, education, including updates on changes, and options that are best for the client.
My mission is to be your advocate to guide you through the process so you can be best informed.
- Bachelor’s Degree in English, Cal State Poly University, Pomona
- Life and Health License, 0E99993
I’ve been married to my college sweetheart, a former Marine who’s now a nurse, for 23 years. We are the proud parents of 3 student-athletes: one daughter in college, and two teenage sons in high school. When we’re not working, we dedicate time supporting our children in their educational and athletic ventures, which include baseball and lacrosse. We’re also huge sports fanatics! Additionally, I enjoy reading a good mystery book, journaling, photography, and spending time with family and friends indoors and outdoors.