I love working with oncology patients, who hold a special place in my heart as my father had cancer in 2009. Putting patients first and making a difference in their lives are high priorities for me. I enjoy communicating with the people we serve and helping them through a difficult time in their lives. If I can make one person smile or laugh in a day, it makes my day better.
Before joining The Ghosh Center, I worked in Neuro Oncology for 16 years at St. Luke’s. I’ve also done pediatric home care and worked in care facilities. I have an associate’s degree from Kirkwood Community College, am oncology-certified and a CPR instructor.
My husband Scott and I have two children, Cynthia and Brandon; four grandsons, Isaak, Nathan, Levi and Jackson; and my beagle, Lil Bill. At home, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, being outside, baking and doing crafts.