I was born February 14, 1967, and have lived in Oklahoma my entire life. I graduated from Moore High School in 1985. I attended Oklahoma State University for two years, and studied business management.
While attending OSU I met the man of my dreams Mr. Dan Dooling, who I married September 29, 1990. We will be celebrating 27 years of marriage this September. When I returned from college in 1987, I was hired as a manager for Mademoiselle fitness Center. I was in charge of the sales and fitness department. I enjoyed helping people to get to their health and fitness goals.
On June 18, 1993, I was blessed with the birth of my son Quinton, and just a few years later September 11, 1996, Conor was born. It was at that time I decided to be a stay at home mother, a job I was very proud to do. After many prayers and five short years later, I gave birth to my daughter Claire. I was a stay at home mother for 10 years, a job I absolutely loved! When my son went to college I decided to go to work at Southwest Christian Academy.
I loved working with the children. I felt a sense of pride in helping them learn new things. I worked there until the doors closed. Still eager to work with children, I decided to work for Southern Hills CDO program. I love making a difference in these children’s lives. I understand they are not my children, but that I do make a huge impact on them while they are in my care. I feel in my heart that God has lead me to this two year class to make a difference, and to give back in some way.