One could say that my innkeeper story began at a tender preschool age when I told my mom I wanted to be a maid when I grew up. Needless to say, she wasn’t too proud. To my delight, a few years down the road, we moved next door to what was soon to be the Snowberry Inn. Once it was built, I decided it was time to make some money of my own, so I started to clean rooms at the Inn. This continued into my high school years when my desire to further my education and skill set was starting to grow.
Initially, I looked into beauty school, but when I was accepted into the Culinary Arts program, I decided that was my calling. After culinary school and working several years as a baker, barista, and caterer, I was still craving more education, so I headed up to the local university to pursue a business degree in Finance.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to own my own business. Throughout the years, I have been looking for my opportunity to follow my dreams and then I received word that the Snowberry Inn was looking for the next Innkeeper. After some thought, I realized how fitting the business was for me and thus, I decided to go for it. Now, only a short 10 months later, I am the new Owner/Innkeeper of the Snowberry Inn. And my mom couldn’t be more proud that I grew up to be a maid (among many, many other things).