Since 2006, I have been employed by Interior Systems Inc. As a Project Manager, I oversee education projects and my territory spans from New York to California.
I earned my Interior Design degree from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and spent the first twenty years of my career as a Designer, Project Manager and Administrative Assistant in our family's residential construction
business, which is now owned and operated by my husband.
At ISI, I am able to use my knowledge of the project process to manage projects from their inception through the design, estimating, manufacturing and installation process. I find my work to be very rewarding and I'm honored to be part of such a unique type of business. It's not every day you find
"Believe you can and you're halfway there."
a design firm, manufacturing facility and installation service all rolled into one. I currently hold a Wisconsin General Contractor's license, a Construction Document Technologist (CDT) certificate and have
completed a Project Management course through Boston University online. I have created a "course wish list" and intend to take additional continuing education courses as time permits.
I currently reside in Ozaukee County with my husband, Mark and our two sons, Jacob (16) and Jared (12). We live very close to where I grew up as a child and both boys have been able to attend the same elementary, middle and high schools that I attended growing up. Every visit to their school is a trip down memory lane for me, but I'm relieved to say that the boys and I have only had one teacher in common. This is an exciting and very busy time in our lives. Both of our boys have been blessed with their own unique talents and gifts. Mark and I try to participate in and observe all of the boys' activities. We know they won't be young forever and we don't want to miss their moment to shine. Before we know it, they will both be off to college.
For the past three years, I have spent one week with the youth ministry group from our parish on a group work camp mission trip. After fundraising year round with a group of 100-150 youth and adults, we travel to their community and repair the homes and hearts of families that are in need. While this is a successful outreach project, it's also a life changing experience for the kids and adults involved. Other free time activities include organizing the annual parish brat fry-car wash, volunteering for various sports team duties and fundraisers; gardening, walking, cooking and relaxing at home with my family and friends.