Though I'm new to the home inspection business, I have 28 years of professional experience.
Veteran Owned Business

In 1983 I enlisted in the Kentucky Army National Guard and became a Military Police Officer. In 1994 I completed ROTC at Eastern Kentucky University and was commissioned as a second lieutenant. Remaining in the national guard as a platoon leader I participated with my unit in Operation Desert Shield/Storm in 1991. Having completed MP Officer Basic and MP Officer Advanced Course and becoming the detachment commander, I left the national guard in late 1994 to pursue an administrative certification in education.
Certified Educator

In 1988, after completing a bachelors degree in Art Education (K-12) I began working in Fayette County Public Schools as an elementary art teacher. Combined with my concurrent national guard career, I had a variety of experience working with students, parents, colleagues, and fellow servicemembers. Additional technology leadership opportunities within the schools added to a foundation leading me to pursue educational administration opportunities.
Director of Operations

In 2000, after 12 years of military service, and 12 years as a teacher, I began working in Spencer County as the Director of Operations. As a leader in the support areas of technology, facilities, school nutrition, and transportation I also was responsible for construction and renovation projects, bidding, and safety throughout the district.
Worked with contractors for
Spencer County Elementary School
Worked with architects, engineers, and contractors in the design and construction of
Spencer County Middle School
Worked with architects, engineers, and contractors in the design and renovation of
Taylorsville Elementary School
Spencer County Middle School construction.
Worked with architects, engineers, and contractors in the design and renovation of
Spencer County High School
Spencer County High School renovation.
Retiring at 50 and doing nothing in 2016 was not an option. I began working as a contracted consultant for Kentucky Center for School Safety (KCSS) while also substituting as a school bus driver and a teacher. With the construction experience as Director of Operations I needed to find out how to become a home inspector and launch a second career. Through several months of preparation, state required training, and passing the national exam, I arrived at the point where I am now a Kentucky Licensed Home Inspector. While I still work as a substitute and a consultant for KCSS, my primary focus is inspecting homes.
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