Public Information Officer
After seventeen years serving as the Public Information Officer for Chatham County, I accepted the opportunity to become the Public Information Officer for the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office. In my previous position, I created and built the County’s television channel (Channel 16) on Comcast and designed the quarterly news insert "The Chatham County Connection." During this time, I enjoyed working with the Chatham County Commissioners on various initiatives within the County, such as the Chatham County Youth Commission, the Summer Bonanza Program, and others. I also enjoyed working with the Department Heads within the Chatham County system, helping to promote the services they offer to the citizens.
Originally from Short Hills, New Jersey, I graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis Tennessee and made my way to Savannah in 1984 after living in Jackson, Tennessee and Atlanta, Georgia. My previous media experience includes working in local radio as an account executive, commercial producer, sports announcer and news reader. While in Atlanta I worked for Turner Broadcasting, both in professional sports as a marketing rep for the Atlanta Chiefs soccer team and as a producer and unit manager for WTBS. In 1996, I created The Wellness Channel at Memorial Medical Center. I look forward to serving the citizens of Chatham County as the Public Information Officer of the Sheriff’s Office. Keeping the public informed with accurate and timely information is one of the most important functions of our government.