ENGLISH CATHOLIC TRUSTEE
Catholic. Wife. Mother. Certified Teacher.
Here to represent parents and strengthen focus on faith and academics.
My husband Ante and I moved from Oakville to Grimsby with our two beautiful children in November of 2021. I am originally from St. Catharines (a St. Denis and St. Francis graduate), so you can imagine how nice it feels to be back in the Niagara Region! I was educated under this board, and I served as a youth minister at St. Mary of the Assumption in St. Catharines and St. Ann in Fenwick, so I hold a deep fondness in my heart and a vision for the potential of the future of Niagara Catholic. Our schools should aid parents and parishes in producing well-rounded and critical thinking individuals who contribute to beauty in the world.
I can be sensitive and diplomatic, empathetic and reasonable. These present times are especially polarizing, so my hope is to represent unity in Christ, honoring the dignity of all persons in this community.
I am an Occasional Teacher for the Halton Catholic School Board, but my primary focus has been the domestic life. I am also currently working toward my Master of Theological Studies through St. Augustine's Seminary part-time.
You will find my platform and contact information below. Please feel free to reach out with any questions, or discussions you'd like to have. I look forward to hearing from you!
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