I have politics in my blood as descended from Alexander Hamilton, whose name my father shares. I focus on providing an interesting perspective on anything and everything that I can experience in my travels as a professional journalist, multimedia producer and avid motorcyclist.


My background is second-to-none and I have a knack for making the most out of every unique story, event or experience.


Professor at Seminole State College/Editor and Publisher of Florida Trail Riders Magazine

Favorite Achievements:

2010 Journalism M.A., S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University

2001 Florida Trail Riders Enduro Women Champion


PhD or law degree. Publish novel. Byline in Esquire. Expand the oneness.

Passions and Interests:

“The belief that God is without parts” Two wheels. Extreme sports. The outdoors. Boating. Just about anything extraordinary. Reading. Writing to relax. Dreaming.

Favorite Quote:

“Work the deal.” My pops (below)


Five people (of all time) I would invite to my dinner gathering:

Ernest Hemingway. Patrick Dempsey. Eckhart Tolle. Jeremy McGrath. Jacqueline Ross.

Business Tip or Motto:

Whatever happens, happens!


The woods.

Community Organizations:

Society of Professional Journalists

Florida Trail Riders

6 thoughts on “Bio

  1. Thank you for the compliment on my video. I am attending Art Institute of Charlotte in their web and videography program and this video was a project for school. I hope to find a career in this field and the positive feedback encourages me that I am on the right track. Thanks again.


  2. very nice website, congratulations on your Bachelor’s degree, that’s quite an accomplishment. Are you the photogropher as well as the writer? There is some very nice work here. You are going places, and I hope your dreams come true!
    If I can help you find out more about moving forward with your Masters degree please contact me and let me know how I can help, I’m with Grand Canyon University, here’s our website:

  3. The Picture

    That was the early 80’s CR430 Husky. It was the biggest ANIMAL I’ve ever owned. Area looks like Brooksville because I don’t think we were going to Ed’s yet. I still carry that cut-off Suzuki jersey in my bag for really hot days.
    Cool stuff, eh ?

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