I started my Law Enforcement career in 1989 and have been with WUPD since 2011. I’m married and have two daughters, four grandchildren. I was born and raised in St. Louis and have always enjoyed being part of the community I live in.
How did you decide on your career?
I became interested in a career in Law Enforcement after working part-time security at the university I attended to help pay for my education. It was something that I enjoyed because I realized it was a way I could help people in the community to focus on their education without being constantly concerned for their safety. I finished my degree and took another security job to put myself through the police academy.
What was your favorite subject in school?
In high school, I took several communication classes that I enjoyed. In college, my favorite course was Technical Math.
What is your favorite thing about WashU?
My favorite things about WashU are the people. I enjoy interacting with others, getting to know the students, staff and faculty, learning their backgrounds and experiences, and sharing mine with them. I have enjoyed building numerous long-lasting relationships in my nine years here.
What police service would you want everyone to know about?
Crime Prevention! I want all of our community to know of the crime prevention programs and safety plans we have in place at the university. I want our community to know we are here 24/7 to assist them in their needs.
What are you looking to the most of the 2022-2023 school year?
I am looking forward to continued friendships I have made over last year and making new ones with our new students and staff.
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Where You’re Likely to See Me:
You are likely to find me walking all over campus. I prefer to walk instead of drive whenever I have the opportunity, because I can then greet members of our community and engage in conversation. I enjoy making sure the people on our campus receive positive communication and acts of kindness every day that they are here.