I fell in love with Wimberley more than a dozen years ago on a summer trip through the hill country. Winding our way through our charming square, taking in the views of the valley, driving under the cypress trees on River Road, I knew it was for me.

We purchased our Wimberley property in 2005 as a second home with the intention of relocating here permanently when the time came. We moved to this community full time in 2010.

I served on the Wimberley Board of Adjustments from April 2017 to August, 2017, when I was appointed to the city’s Planning & Zoning Commission, where I continue to serve. I’ve been a member of Wimberley Civic Club since 2014 and served on the Board in 2017-2018 as Home Tour Chair. As a Realtor, I have been a member of the Chamber of Commerce since 2014.

In addition to our home, we also own property near Wimberley Square.

My career started in newspapers in Galveston and Houston and transitioned into public relations and marketing and eventually real estate.

My past work includes Public Information Officer for Friendswood Independent School District, marketing manager for USAA as well as agency and contract work for major oil and healthcare corporations, state organizations, non-profits, consumer-retail concerns and real estate. For over a decade, I worked in communications and business development for the U.S. Space Program. There, I was fortunate enough to travel world-wide, networking with engineers, scientists and businesses from Europe to Asia.

After relocating to Wimberley, I applied my marketing skills and interests to real estate and have been an agent with Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty for the past five years. In addition to Wimberley, I also do in business throughout the Texas Hill Country and Austin.

Texas is where we’ve called home for many generations: Our two grown sons are 6th-generation Texans and our granddaughter is a 7th-generation Texan. We are committed to this community not just for today, but for future generations.