Meredith has been involved in the education industry since she graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a bachelors of science in French education in 1997. She went on to teach high school French in Oklahoma, Texas, and Colorado for 7 years.
When her daughter, Payton, was born in 2004, Meredith quit her teaching job to become a stay at home mom. In 2006, her first son, Braydon was born, and then in 2008 her second son, Bryce, was born who happened to have Down syndrome.
As the recession hit her family, Meredith decided it was time to earn some income to help with the family budget. Loving teaching and working with children and adolescents, but not wanting to go back to a traditional teaching job, Meredith decided to start a tutoring company called Aim for the Stars Tutoring. Aim for the Stars Tutoring has been a wonderful success, helping students achieve academic success throughout Douglas County Colorado.
While networking for her tutoring company, Meredith met a group of fabulous women who run a business called Girls Gone Green. Girls Gone Green helps families convert their homes to naturally based products. Since Meredith was already working with kids and families and having a healthy home was very important to her, she decided to join the Girls Gone Green Team too. Her goal with GGG is to empower as many women as possible to have a healthy home and to earn some extra income helping others do the same.
Meredith is very active in her community as a Sunday school teacher, executive board member of the PTO, fundraising committee member for the Rise School of Denver, and Community Group Leader for Mile High Down Syndrome Association.
In her free time, Meredith enjoys training and competing in triathlons, reading, scrapbooking, hiking and skiing. Meredith lives in Castle Rock, Colorado with her husband, David, and three children.