Director of Travel & Tourism
Even though I grew up in the foothills of the Blue Ridge in Hickory, NC, Currituck has always held a special place in my heart. My mom’s folks are from Hertford, NC, and every summer, my sister and I would spend a month on my aunt and uncle’s farm there. It was a family tradition to gather up a whole “passel” of us cousins every summer and head on down to the Outer Banks for a week of sun and fun! I didn’t realize until later how much “fun” it was for my mom and aunts to keep us clean and fed for the week! I never thought that I would actually have the opportunity to live in Currituck. It has so much natural beauty to offer to residents and visitors alike. I am proud to call Currituck home and to have had the privilege of living from the NC mountains to the sea.
When I first came to work for Currituck, I wasn’t quite sure what I would find. I knew of the area, and had visited the Outer Banks many times in my youth, but I hadn’t spent much time in Currituck. What I found was extraordinary, and it wasn’t the beaches or the horses or the history. What I found was people. Like so many other vacation destinations, beauty abounds in Currituck. But unlike so many other seaside locales, the beauty found here seems to originate in the remarkable people who live, work and were raised here. Whether it’s the lady at the lunch counter on the mainland or the guys doing horse tours in Carova, you will be greeted warmly in Currituck, and likely with a kind of sincerity that will kindle thoughts of a simpler time. You will smile, and if you’re anything like me, wonder why you hadn’t come here sooner.
I moved to the Outer Banks in 2003 after graduating from Virginia Tech. The beach was my escape for summer vacations and long weekends while in school. I love the peace and tranquility of the area and the proximity to the ocean of course. I feel very lucky to live in such a beautiful place and help share it with visitors from across the country.
Public Relations Coordinator
I moved to Currituck County in 2002 due to a military transfer for my husband who served in the Navy at that time. I am the mother of three wonderful children and love hanging out on Currituck’s 4×4 Beach. We love grilling out on the beach with friends and family, while the kids ride the waves on their boogie boards but my favorite part of the day is gazing at the Wild Spanish Mustang as they roam up and down the span of beach in Carova.
Video Production Specialist
Welcome Center Manager
Provides customer service to visitors and manages Welcome Center staff.
Visitor Relations Coordinator (Corolla)
Provides customer service to visitors at the Moyock Welcome Center and Currituck Outer Banks Visitor Center (Corolla). Assists in the development of information programs and promotes attributes of the area. Tracks fulfillment of all mail, phone, and internet inquiries.
Sales & Marketing Associate
Assists with a variety of projects, including marketing through social media and other online advertising. In addition, oversees visitor center retail operations.
Whalehead Site Manager / Curator
Promotions & Events Coordinator
My parents moved our family to the area in the summer of 1972. I have wonderful memories of day trips and week-long camping vacations on the Outer Banks with my aunts, uncles and cousins. My husband and I have been fortunate enough to continue making memories here with our two children and adorable grandchildren. There is something to be said about catching a breathtaking sunrise or watching your grandchild take their first steps on the sand. I feel blessed to work in the travel & tourism industry for Currituck County, to call Whalehead my office and Historic Corolla Park my playground! Being a small part of our visitors and newlyweds memories on the Currituck OBX is priceless. For more information about Under the Oaks Arts Festival, Whalehead’s Christmas Craft Village or booking the property in Historic Corolla Park, 252.453.9040, Ext: 230.
Promotions & Events Coordinator
I grew up in Currituck and graduated from UNC Wilmington in 2013 with a degree in Communication Studies and Spanish. Currituck remained a retreat on holidays and weekends, as I quickly realized just how lucky I was to grow up in the Currituck, Outer Banks. In 2014, I returned home to this beautiful place and community. As Promotion and Events Coordinator, I love sharing the lively heritage and culture of Currituck with our visitors through events. It puts a smile on my face to see adults and children alike light up when they see the fireworks shooting into the sky over Whalehead for our annual Independence Day Celebration and families picnicking in Historic Corolla Park every Whalehead Wednesday. One of my absolute favorite aspects about Currituck are the amazing sunsets. Whether it is an evening of fishing, having an oyster roast or just taking my dog for a walk on the beach, I never get tired of our sunsets! For inquiries regarding the Memorial Day Beach Blast, Independence Day Celebration, Currituck Heritage Festival Bulls & BBQ and Whalehead Wednesdays, please contact Sierra Williams at 252-453-9040 Ext. 228.
Visitor Relations / Group Tours, Whalehead