About Me

I started my journey with AIDS/LifeCycle back in the Fall of 2007 when I registered for my first ride. Being an avid volunteer and having a love for fitness in all forms, I thought it would be a great way to get my fitness and philanthropic “fix”.  I started my training knowing no more than a couple other riders, but was overwhelmed with how connected I felt to the whole AIDS/LifeCycle family the moment I arrived at Orientation Day. By the morning of Day 7, before riding out of Ventura, I signed up for the next ride. I was hooked! That tradition continued over the next four years, and here I am now, a 5-time rider who can’t imagine life without AIDS/LifeCycle.

So now I've begun another part of the journey, something far different than all my years as a rider. I am so excited to have joined the AIDS/LifeCycle staff and be a part of such an incredible organization. The services that are provided to people affected by HIV/AIDS by San Francisco AIDS Foundation are so vital, and I am honored to be aiding in their support. The commitment and enthusiasm of AIDS/LifeCycle participants is unrivaled and I am so stoked to have the chance to work with all of you! My first year on staff has been incredible. If the only problem I have with my job is that I don't get to be on my bike the first week of June... well, I'd say that's an okay problem to have, don't you? Now it's time to live vicariously through all of you!

See you on the road!