I was born and raised in Cecilia, Kentucky where I grew up on the Williams' family farm that has been in my family for three
generations. Much of my childhood was spent outdoors and at the Kentucky 86 Volunteer Fire Department where my dad is one of its founding members. His involvement in the community instilled in me the desire to make a difference in
society. This desire to have an impact on society is why I chose to become a teacher.
My husband Adam and I were married in 2002. Adam is a Xerox repair technician. He was my high school sweetheart and is the man of my dreams. In 2008, we welcomed our amazing baby girl Adelynn. In 2017, we welcomed our baby boy Hudson. They have brought more joy and love to our lifethan we ever thought possible.
I was educated by Hardin County Schools and am Blessed to now be teaching in the same school system I grew up in. I am a proud alumni of Howevalley Elementary, West Hardin Middle, and Central Hardin High School. After graduation in 2001, I began college at Elizabethtown Community College. Two years later, I transferred to Western Kentucky University to complete my bachelor degree in Elementary Education in 2005. I completed my master's degree in school counseling in
I began teaching in 2005. Teaching is the most rewarding job I can imagine having. I truly enjoy working with my students and being a part of their lives. Thank you to all of my students' parents for their support and encouragement. I could not
possibly do a day in my job without your help. Please feel free to contact me with questions, concerns, accomplishments, anything.