|Address||2199 Pleasant Hill Rd |
Franklin, Kentucky 42134, United States
May 11, 2020 02:28am
|Info||I announced my exploratory committee / candidacy for Kentucky U. S. Senate June 1st 2019. I am seeking this office to serve the men, women and children of Kentucky . My platform is gears toward three very important areas. The first is Mental Health, second is Equality for all (LGBTQ+, People of Color, and Women), and third is the return of Honor in United States Government, to longer be a house divided, but a house of the People for the People. I have other issues of interest like Education and Student Loans, Climate, and Tax Reform. |
I work hard every day to serve my community in various ways. I love my job, I love helping those in need. This is why I feel that my candidacy for U.S. Senate will allow me to help so many more.
I have recently left the employment of LifeSkills, Inc. in which I worked the past three years. I started with the company as a Residential Associate at their Children's Crisis Stabilization Unit before transitioning to role of Behavioral Health Specialist at Park Place Recovery Center for Men and Women while completing my Master of Education in Human Development and Counseling. Most recently as an Adult and Children's Therapist.
Graduated from Lindsey Wilson College with honors and served as the Scottsville Campus Student Representative for two years. .
Currently active in Kentucky Counseling Association as a division president for the Kentucky Association for LGBT Issues in Counseling, serve as the Vice President of the South Central Kentucky Mental Health Counseling Association, a division of the Kentucky Mental Health Counseling Association, which is a division of the Kentucky Counseling Association. Serve as a mentor in the Dr. Bill Braden Mentoring Leadership Academy.