and has since been landscape manager at a gated community with over 70 sites, as well as managing several estate gardens and individual gardens. She is a past president of the Troy Garden Club (Michigan) and former Horticulture Chairman of the Michigan Division of the Women's National Farm and Garden Association (WNFGA). Her own garden has been featured on the Troy Garden Walk and on the SOCCRA healthy garden tour. Gail became a Michigan State University Master Gardener in 1991. She instructed at the Michigan School of Gardening from 1999 to 2008. In addition to her gardening work, Gail is currently an officer of the Association of Professional Gardeners, a group dedicated to educating gardeners and the public.