I have been in medical office management and administration for over 29 years. I have also toured as a singer/songwriter and recording artist for 20 years. I am also a fluid painting artist.
In 2011, I went in to have a hysterectomy and when I woke up I was told that I had a Neuroendocrine tumor in my ileum area. They removed about 12 inches of my intestines. I had no clue I was even sick. I had what I thought was IBS symptoms starting in my 20’s and flushing as far back as junior high school. In 2013 I start Sandostatin shots. in 2014 I had a liver resection and in September 2020 I started PRRT. I have lived a fairly normal life even with symptoms. I am very grateful!

My goal as an advisor and Support Group Leader is to bring HOPE to NET patients. There is life after a NET diagnosis when you surround yourself with people who can help, support and care for you. Knowledge is the key to making the best choices throughout your journey and I would love to cheer you on.