My Seattle adventure started upon my first visit to the Emerald City in 2000.
Captivated with the views, culture, and food, I immediately knew the Pacific Northwest would become my home someday. After more than a decade of service as a music teacher, it was time for a change in career and scenery and in 2007, I took a leap of faith and made my first cross-country drive from Texas to Washington.
From teaching artist and radio DJ, to history and culinary Tour Guide. I’ve gleaned a variety of information expanding my knowledge of this ever-changing city and elevating into my new and current role as Concierge.
Guidebooks are great, but a local is better. I am an advocate of off-the-beaten path. With my connections and local expertise, my goal is simple: to connect you to Seattle culture in a new and meaningful way.
Often called fearless and Wonder Woman, my stories of adventures, arts, culture, and ordinary people doing extraordinary things can be found on The Huffington Post and Medium.
Fluent in English and Spanish, I serve as board member for Seattle’s largest youth arts non-profit, Arts Corps. In my free time, I’m usually found hiking the woods of the Pacific Northwest.