I was born and raised in Durham, NC and now I live in Raleigh. I love the way the Triangle has changed in my lifetime! I graduated from Wake Forest University and now have a daughter at UNC-Chapel Hill, so I'm torn between teams. My awesome husband, David, and I have four kids, ages 10-19, and they are my favorite under 65 clients.
Toilet paper: over or under?
Always under. I might even change it at someone else's house because I'm sure they either forgot to switch it or wish they had.
Would you rather have unlimited sushi for life or unlimited tacos for life?
Always tacos. I can barely do sushi, even if it's a California roll. Who really likes seaweed besides fish?
If you could have an all expense paid vacation, where would you go?
Absolutely to Italy. The pandemic cancelled our 20th anniversary trip, so if we could ever do it again, I'd love for someone else to pay.
What is your favorite book or book series?
Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. Nothing beats Hosea and Gomer's story of redemption.
If I could invent a holiday, it would definitely involve _____________.
Take out and a movie. Too many holidays involve cooking!
What’s the most inspiring part of your job?
Meeting the needs of our under 65 clients by helping them understand and choose health insurance that works for their family.
The most important thing I learned before high school was ______________.
It's okay if you fail your volleyball serving test and get cut from cheerleading tryouts. No one remembers besides you anyway.
When I was 5, I was pretty sure I’d be a ______________ when I grew up.
Interior designer. I practiced on my Barbie dream house, complete with gourmet freestanding kitchen and elevator.
If you were a pasta shape, what shape would you be and why?
Cavatappi. You can always pick it up with your fork; it has a cute twist and it's a grown-up version of elbows or fusilli.
When I get home from work, the first thing I do is _____________.
Start cooking dinner for my crew. Someone, all these people in my house expect to eat three meals a day!