Board of directorS




  • BS in Nuclear Physics from TCU - 1988

  • I am very much interested in technology for the visually impaired - specifically Apple products.  I also collect Lionel trains.

  • I was drawn to PILC first as a consumer when I began to ride SpecTrans and become more independent in my mobility.  I am a true believer in the mission of PILC and the independence of all people with disabilities.


Vice President

  • B.s. Radio/TV from WTAMU M.A. Speech Communication WTAMU

  • Faculty member in the Speech department at Amarillo College

  • I love to listen to audiobooks and podcasts. I love to try new things. Right now, I am learning to play golf.

  • I am a board member at PILC because as a disabled person, I have been fortunate to have a rewarding career, and I want to help people with disabilities find  their own success either by achieving independent living or vocational skills.




  • Master's Degree in Psychology, Sociology, and Criminal justice. I have worked in the insurance and financial industries. I have been on the Texas State Independent Living Council for 1 1/2 years. I am currently the Vice Chair on that council.

  • I enjoy doing historical-based renaissance re-creation. This includes fencing, cooking, and brewing beer and wine. 

  • I have a passion for advocating for those with disabilities. 


Board Member

  • Bachelors of Disciplinary (Special Education)

  • My hobbies are gardening, camping, and hiking.

  • I want to share my expertise in education and transitioning young adults into the real world.


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