Events: Epee, foil and saber
Disability Category: B
EducationPost Graduate Certificate in Assistive Technology for Special Populations from Helen A. Keller Institute, George Mason University; Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Special Education, Advanced Certificate In Infant Intervention, Old Dominion University; Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education K-6, Barton College; Associate in Applied Science in Teacher Training for the Developmentally Disabled, Tidewater Community College
Occupation: Early Childhood Special Education Teacher at Virginia Beach City Schools United States Army (WAC), Heavy Equipment Operator 62J-10
Club: Southwest Florida Fencing Academy
Coaches: Charlie Johnson (foil and epee coach) and Dr. Brent Myers (saber coach)
Family: wife Freda Routt, mom, twin sister, older sister and dogs Sandy Fay and Shelly Ray
Hobbies: Fencing, shuffleboard, making movies, creating glass mosaics, crafts, dancing and visiting with friends
Favorite Fencing Memories: Winning her first NAC medal and hte opening ceremony at the World Games in Sharjah
Something People Would be Surprised to Know: She was selected to carry the Olympic torch for the Salt Lake City Olympic Games. Her wife, Freda, wrote an essay about her and her work with children and it was selected.
Current U.S. Ranking: No. 4 (Saber), No. 6 (Foil), No. 9 (Epee)
Current Paralympic Qualifying Ranking: No. 21 (Category B Saber), No. 24 (Category B Foil), No. 31 (Category B Epee),

Wheelchair World Championship Teams: 2019