Melissa is a lifelong resident of New Hampshire. She has a background in music and is a music instructor. Her most recent passion is preparing for her potential role in state government.
I was born and raised in New Hampshire. I taught martial arts in Derry before leaving to attend Berklee College of Music where I graduated summa cum laude. I have performed throughout the state and currently own my own business teaching private lessons in Merrimack in voice, guitar, piano, theory, and college preparation for students wishing to pursue music. I have taught workshops on private education and entrepreneurship at Berklee College of Music and my methods have been published.
I am an activist working to protect personal and economic freedom. As such, I have decided to run for state representative in order to work from the “inside” to protect those liberties. I believe in putting freedom first and am ready to uphold individual liberty, foster free enterprise, and promote constitutional, limited government.
My husband and I married seven years ago and moved to Merrimack to start our lives together in this wonderful community. After five years, we decided to start a family and had our daughter. With the birth of our daughter, I felt a new sense of stewardship for my town and state. I want my child to grow up in a safe, healthy, and free society, with access to clean water, educational freedom, and economic prosperity.