CW: What habits do you implement in day-to-day life that you attribute to success?
“I always start with gratitude! Routine keeps me rolling, and blocking my time keeps me focused.”
CW: How have the past year’s challenges changed you?
“COVID-19 taught me to not get too bogged down in things I cannot control. Just have to relax and move forward in the environment you are in.”
CW: Tell us about how you grew up and what or who shaped you into the woman you are today.
“I was lucky enough to grow up with a mom who knew no boundaries! She was the first female in juvenile parole in South Carolina. Then she became the first female Federal Probation Officer in South Carolina. She went on to be the head of Federal Probation in Charleston.”
CW: Tell us about your family.
“I am blessed with two girls. Maryn is 17 years old and is heading to the College of Charleston in the fall. She plays piano and guitar and was an accomplished singer in the Wando Show Choir and will continue singing in college. Ivy is 12 years old and just finished sixth grade. She is a great piano player and loves horseback. Both girls compete with Mount Pleasant Track Club with events in javelin, long jump and discus.”