Who I am

Who is relative to what one speaks, a formality I dislike; what I am is more important and how that empowers you is what we’re searching for and a difference in understanding that is the first step.

I have helped countless families grow into what stability allows potential to become; this process many battles, emotional rollercoasters that can destroy hope, a process in which you do everything right and somehow, are still wrong.

I cannot change the system alone, but I can stand to correct it one person, one family, one life together at a time.

That’s what I am; I am the glue and those pieces, I put them back together and demand the services, not the people, correct it.

I am the belief that we create our world and answer back that we are more than we endure, and together we will create that difference.