Nicole was born in Flowood, Mississippi and raised in a rural suburb just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. As a teenager Nicole volunteered much her time with the Y.M.C.A where she worked as a barn hand and later began giving horseback riding lessons. In 2005 she was accepted to Clark Atlanta University where she studied Biology and was a member of the pre-veterinary society.
In 2007, at the age of 19, Nicole began her career working as a “Pet Nurse” for Banfield the Pet Hospital where she gained the knowledge and experience to move on and work for Saint Francis Veterinary Specialists, concentrating in surgery and radiology.
Nicole is a newlywed and recently relocated here to Grand Cayman. She has one energetic, animal loving daughter, Serenity, and a very mature, quiet and athletic step daughter Kyra. We enjoy “adventuring”, time at the beach, board games and crafting and if she’s lucky quiet afternoon spent snuggling and watching cartoons with her youngest daughter.