Samantha has her Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology: Human Development and Counseling from Liberty University. During her time in college she was a member of Liberty University’s Triathlon team. After graduation Samantha secured a job working for The Arnette House, a non-profit organization that serves families of Marion County and surrounding areas. She worked as the Shelter Care Manager there for a year before transferring to work for another non-profit in Boca Raton that specifically served young women that had been trafficked. She soon returned to Ocala and became a reading teacher for Marion County Public Schools. In an effort to hone her craft, she began working as a clinician for The Morris Center, a medical clinic here in Ocala positively impacting students with dyslexia and sensory input/output disabilities.
Along with a passion for loving and serving others, she also enjoys teaching water safety. Samantha is a certified Red Cross Instructor which includes consulting for water facilities, training lifeguards and providing swim lessons.