Meet the Instructor
I was born and raised in Florida and currently live in New Port Richey with my husband and our two daughters. In 2010, I was introduced to ISR when a friend showed off the skills of her 18-month old daughter. I was truly blown away and decided that these skills were so essential for my daughter to learn.
I searched and found Tracey, an Instructor who drove 45 minutes to teach my child these life-saving skills. Tracey had an amazing story of her own and was dedicated to the mission of “Not One More Child Drowns.” She showed such patience with my daughter. I was elated the first time she rolled onto her back to float and realized that this was something every child should learn.
In 2013, I changed the direction of my career and became an ISR Instructor. I went through a six-week training course, which consisted of in-water training with students and classroom study, including behavioral psychology, anatomy, physiology, and ISR proven techniques. Now, after many seasons of ISR, I continue to love what I do. There is nothing more important than assuring your children’s safety and the peace that it gives a parent to know that if their child ever happens to find themselves alone in the water, they have an extra layer of protection with the skills of ISR Self-Rescue. I am committed to serving the communities around me and look forward to meeting you and your child.