About Me

My passion for writing began during my childhood. While growing up, the phrase “children should be seen and not heard” was taken seriously. I would always hear “You talk too much”, “Stop being fresh (disrespectful)”, “Don’t talk back” and my favorite, “Don’t answer when I ask you a question”. To me it was self-expression, but I guess not to the elders. I was that kid who always had something to say or felt the need to express herself or explain something away; I decided to write it down. They might not give me the chance to say my piece, but they sure took the time to read what I had to say! Teachers, parents, whomever; if you won’t hear it then you’ll read it! Hence, the start of my passion; writing. Love notes, cuss notes, apology notes, explanatory notes; you name it; someone was getting one.
Drama was also my passion. As I got older, I began to combine the two. Everything that I saw, heard and/or experienced was immediately converted into a play, a dance or a poem. Sometimes on paper, other times just mentally. Admiring a solider standing at the crosswalk neatly dressed in his uniform, inspired me to choreograph a praise dance from the song “Wounded Solider” by Helen Baylor. The poem “Smile” was written at a time when I was trying to encourage my children to take things in stride and find the purpose and good in all their experiences. My play “Am I Dying?” is based on my question to the doctor who diagnosed me with ovarian cancer.
I write to express my reactions to the world around me. I share it with others hoping they will find a way to enjoy the 20% positivity that life throws at them without making the 80% negativity overrule. Basically, everything that happens is just life in progress, so why not make the best of it.
I am a playwright and a praise dance choreographer. Psalms 149 v 3-4 says “Let them praise his name in dancing… for the Lord takes delight in his people…” Therefore, everything I write and create is to glorify the Lord!







Writing Category:
Writer’s Digest 86th Annual Competition

Screenwriting Workshop
with Award Winning Screenwriter Jacob Krueger (2018)

The Actors Fund


Celebrating Black Theater


Yearly Departmental Anniversaries, Christmas and Easter Pageants etc.

Writing & Poetry Category:
Writer’s Digest 87th Annual Competition

PRO Training Courses

with Ken Davenport

The Dramatist Guild
of America

Black Light Productions

Theater Beyond Broadway


Community Festivals

"How to Find Your Way to God"
Off-Off-Broadway Production in 2017
NY Summerfest
at The Hudson Guild Theatre

B.S. in Psychology
with concentration in Creative Writing

New School for
Social Research

Jacob Krueger Studio Alumni

Sign Language Productions

The New York Players Theatre Group

"Am I Dying?"
Off-Off Broadway Production in 2018
Theatre Playwright’s Showcase - Series Five at Manhattan Repertory

M.S. in Human Services
& Counseling

Capella University

New York Writing Club

Liturgical Dance

Sign Language Productions

"When the Bottom
Falls Out"
Off-Off Broadway Production in 2019
NY Summerfest
at The Hudson Guild Theatre

PhD in The Advance Studies of Human Behavior

Capella University

The Producer’s Perspective Pro

with Ken Davenport

Dramatic Dance