My goal is to work with our team of case managers, advocates, community partners, service providers, and the court with the overall goal of reducing recidivism rates while also providing each participant with tools and resources to help them avoid future adverse involvement with the criminal justice system.
I have been a probation officer since 2002. I began work in Travis County and transitioned to Williamson County in 2007. My passion is helping those in need and guiding participants and their families in making better choices to become productive members of the community.
After graduating from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in 2018, I started my career in the mental health field with a focus in crisis intervention. I believe that everyone deserves a chance to succeed. My passion is walking alongside participants through the program while assisting them with accomplishing their goals of a bright future.
I am a 2020 National University graduate with a Master’s degree in criminal justice. As the newest case manager on the team, my goal is to help participants succeed. I hope to help those in need to realize their goals and help create a path to achieving them.
After graduating from the University of Houston Law Center in 2003, I began my legal career in Harris County, but since 2007, Williamson County has been home. I enjoy helping my clients successfully complete the program and take charge of their future.
I graduated from St. Mary's University School of Law in 1994 and received my board certification in juvenile law. My purpose is to provide the best legal representation while encouraging and assisting my clients successfully complete of the program and ultimate expunction.