While Growing up on a small island in Casco Bay with nine aunts, nine uncles, and 25 cousins, I was afforded a magical childhood. Riding a ferry to school every day was my norm. My first job was at ten years old selling commuter ferry ticket every Saturday on the wharf of Peaks Island. Ocean sunsets, salt air, wild roses, and summer boating was taken for granted at that time. After High School I made a solo move to the west coast at the heart of Silicon Valley. Being on my own in a world very different from my Island roots was a shock, to say the least! After a year and a half, driving in seven lane highways, and a major earthquake, I decided to move back home to Maine. My first job after returning was at DiMillo’s Floating Restaurant. It was there I joined a family who exhibited an incredible work ethic, a love for their community, and a commitment to hard work and the growth of their father’s innovative dreams and business savvy.
Having volunteered at numerous organizations while raising my three children, my desire was to always have a hand in making a difference in the lives of others. Working with mentally challenged, brain injured adults, and women trauma survivors fostered my desire to make a move and attend school in Ipswich, MA and Jupiter, FL where I studied Polarity Therapy, Craniosacral Biodynamics and Embryology. In private practice, my client base consisted of cancer patients in remission, and those at the end of life. From there, I jumped onboard with a non-profit religious organization, where I became the media manager for their NBC affiliate daily television program.
My next move found me back on the oceans of Casco Bay, where I worked and learned the ins and out of the marina sales and service industry. When offered a position with DiMillo’s Yacht sales, I jumped at the chance to once again work with the DiMillo family. I am thrilled to be part of their fast-growing Yacht Sales and Service team.
I am a voracious reader, ocean boater, avid skier and have traveled extensively.