I grew up in Columbia and went to Hickman High School. I have always loved golf and went to Union University in Jackson, Tennessee and played on their team while working towards my degree in Marketing and Finance. Upon graduating, I joined my father in the insurance business. Since moving to Fayette in 2015, I have taken over daily management responsibilities at our agency and enjoy building relationships and helping our customers here in central Missouri and beyond. I like to spend my free time with my growing family and on the golf course. I have also enjoyed taking my young pointing lab, Gumbo, to training and should have myself a hunting companion in no time.
I have been working at Walker-‐Winter Insurance since 2015. Caleb and I have been married for four years and have one child, Georgia, who was born in 2017. We also have two dogs, a Boston terrier named Tucker and a yellow lab named Gumbo. We spend a lot of our free time renovating our 1960s home here in Fayette. I also love antiquing and thrift shopping to furnish and decorate our home. Most of all, I’m looking forward to our growing family and I am loving bing a Mom.
I have a wonderful husband and we have three amazing kiddos. We love spending time together as a family and especially when we can be outside in the pool, on the pond or in the winter months sledding! We are starting the high school years with the oldest two and the youngest will be starting Kindergarten! The activities and entertainment around our house are never in short supply! I have been working with Caleb and the Walker-Winter team as a Marketing Consultant since 2013. I am very excited to be joining the team in the office continuing to do all of the marketing and to be here to help you with your insurance needs. I have been running my own business for the past 8 years and in the last 4 years I have been running two small businesses. I understand your needs as both a business owner and as a personal lines customer and I really look forward to helping you with both to make sure your insurance needs are met.