I served in the U.S Army from 1982- 2002. I am a adventure motorcyle riding instructor for PSSOR. I have a huge passion for Adventure Motorcycling and Veterans mental health recovery.

Founder/ Vice President


I searved in the military from, 2000-2006. I deployed to Iraq in, 2003-2004. After my military service was over I worked as an Govt. Contractor in Kuwait from 2009-2010. Once I returned to the states, I worked as a Police Officer for 3 years. I have also been a avid motorcyclist for the last 25 years.



I served in the United State Marine Corps from 2006-2010. During that time, I completed a tour in Iraq (2007) and Afghanistan (2009).  I am currently pursuing a degree in therapeutic recreation and plan to use my education to help fellow Veterans transition from the military, find and build healthy habits and relationships and develop coping skills for the challenges that they face.



I have enjoyed various forms of motorcycling for the last 26 years. I have worked as an engineer for the semiconductor industry for the better half of my life. I have owned my own business for many years and have a huge passion to give back to the Veteran Community especially to those suffering from combat and non combat related mental health issues. I am privileged to be a part of this organization.  

I was Born In North Carolina and moved around as a Army Brat and Military wife. I will always be a southern girl at heart due to most of my life living in Texas and Tennessee. I spent most of my career as a Nurses assistant and my goal as a board member of VB40A is the betterment of veterans lives .






I was born and raised in Washington state. I’m Currently Serving in Air Force as a TACP. I’ve deployed overseas two times in support of U.S Army Operations. I have a passion for giving back to the Veteran and Adventure motorcycling community. I look forward to sharing my passion to other Veterans in need.