Chief Information Officer
I received my MCSE in 1999. I’ve been programming business and production applications since then. Having a network and developer background has helped a lot in my career. I’ve been a team member at Mid-States Concrete Industries for 3 years.
Off the Clock
I’ve been married for 15 years and I have two awesome children. I enjoy listening to Justin Bieber and going on adventures with my family. I also like camping, history, economics, cards and all kinds of music.
My spirit animal is a dolphin-owl, because it is what it is, a dolphin-owl. I don’t write my own bios.
I have been with Mid-States for the past seven years. My biggest accomplishment is my relationship with our vendors. By being firm and fair I’m able to come up with solutions when purchasing requirements change late in the game.
I’m the proud mom of an amazing 11th grade young man. I also have two cats who run the house. My next goals in life are to quit smoking and take my son to a Seattle Seahawks game.
Off the Clock:
Every Halloween, my son and I coordinate our theme costumes. I was Luigi to his Yoshi [Mario World], Princess Leia to his General Grievous [Star Wars], and Arwen the Elfen Princess to his Ringwraith [Lord of the Rings].
Project Accountant/Material Analyst
I have my Bachelor's in special education, but went back to school to learn accounting. I was a teacher for nearly 15 years before joining the Mid-States team!
I'm not involved in so many of my own activities these days as much as I am in my son's, but I am a regular blood donor and like to volunteer when my schedule allows. I love to travel; however, I don’t do so as often without having summers to myself anymore. I am determined to get to every state though and have only a few more to visit!
Off the Clock
I spend a lot of time caring for my son, dog, 2 cats, and doing DIY home projects. Any “down time” usually involves Hulu or getting together with family and friends.
For those who know me, it’s not much of a secret that I am a grammar fanatic, so I tend to proofread EVERYTHING. I once stopped by a local gentlemen’s club just to inform the guys putting up lettering on the building that a word was spelled incorrectly.