In 2004, I launched “The Creative Feast” to fill a void in the food service industry. I packed up a traveling kitchen and taught cooking to audiences throughout New England. In 2020, I quickly reacted to the changing needs of my clients and took my cooking classes online. I am now joined by students from across the country.
My small business experience has required me to wear many hats. Innovative thinking, public speaking, educating, marketing, accounting, and customer service have all been critical skills that I have had to master. This background is aligned with what is needed to be an effective legislator.
My husband Ted and I moved to Hollis 23 years ago with our two children. Like many of you, we moved here for the excellent schools, the acres of open farmland, and the strong sense of community that defines Hollis. From the moment we arrived, I knew that Hollis would be the place where we could set down deep roots for our family, a place where our children would thrive and we would make long-lasting friendships that we could count on.
Volunteering with the groups below has enriched my life and has been a powerful way to make a difference in Hollis.
Hollis PTA Wellness Committee-Chair
Hollis Historic District Commission-Chair and member
The Lawrence Barn Community Center Committee
Hollis Agricultural Commission-Article Contributor
The Colonial Garden Club of Hollis-Member
The Hollis Women’s Club-Member
Hollis Preschool-Board Member