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I moved to Montana when I was 23 years old. Shortly after, I enrolled at Montana State University to obtain my Masters in Education, School Counseling.
I have been a School Counselor for 12 years. I first did my practicum and internship at Monforton while studying at MSU. I was a School Counselor in Whitehall for 1 year and have been working at Monforton for the past 11 years. Being a School Counselor is my passion and what I love to do!
I am married to my husband, Dustin and have three children, Luke , Liv and Troy. We have a beautiful boxer named Sage. I love to camp, spend time at the lake and in the mountains with my family!
Hello! I am so excited to be joining the Monforton Family as the Middle School Counselor. I have been a School Counselor for the past 4 years. Prior to that I worked for Montana State University- Go CATS!!
I love being a School Counselor because it allows me the privilege of building relationships with my students and helping them grow into being their best selves. I also love the chance to partner with families, staff and the community to create a safe and healthy school where all students feel welcome and heard.
I am originally from the coast of Washington and I moved to Montana in 2013. I have two grown children and 7 grandchildren! Some of my favorite activities include being on the water, hiking, reading, and walking my golden retriever. I am a huge fan of coffee and Bobcat Football.
This is my 13th year as a school counselor and I currently split my time between both the elementary and middle school. I love helping students recognize their potential and their strengths. Seeing them gain confidence, feel capable and persevere in spite of the tough stuff is the best part of my job.
I was born and raised in Montana but moved to Washington after high school and lived there for 14 years. My husband and I moved home six years ago. We have one daughter, 2 dogs, sheep, bunnies and a cat. I love being on the water, in the mountains or at home with a good book and a cup of tea.