I am a lifelong Democrat and Executive Committee member in the Gwinnett Democratic Party. I have experience in all forms of government, having worked in local, state, and federal levels. I have experience in public health as a scientist, a certified teacher and professor, an epidemiologist, and the former director of a county health department.

As a candidate for House District 104 in 2018, I was the first Democrat in 8-years to oppose the incumbent Republican. I'm on the ballot to make sure Gwinnett County and HD104 residents have a choice when they vote in November.

My Background

  • Masters of Science Degree in Epidemiology/Public Health from Columbia University - School of Public Health
  • Masters of Science (Sociology/Applied) Social Research from Florida State University - College of Social Sciences and Public Policy
  • Founding member and former President of the Gwinnett Federation of Democratic Women
  • Graduate of the Gwinnett Police Academy, Alumni Association of Gwinnett, and the Citizens Emergency Response Team (CERT)
  • Worked in Public Health and Epidemiology in Georgia, Florida, Maine, New Jersey, and New York; Former Consultant to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and FL legislature
  • N.J. Health Director preparing for an International Bio-terrorism exercise; developed the pilot for the Responsible Fatherhood Program for FL Department of Juvenile Justice and directed the FL Legislative Study on Dentistry. Ran the study of hospital utilization for the university of S. Maine
  • Taught Epidemiology at FAMU; consulted to University of S. Maine; consulted to UFL on technological advances; certified teacher in GA


In 2018, I was endorsed by the Gwinnett Education Association and the Georgia Education Association. I am a graduate of the Citizens Police Academy, Alumni Association of Gwinnett, and the Citizen’s Emergency Response Team (CERT). I am a member of the American Health Association, the Georgia Democratic Party, and a community volunteer.