• Education and Experience


    I graduated from Loyola College in Maryland in 1993 with a bachelors degree in Management Information Systems.  I graduated from Wilmington University in 2006 with a Masters degree in Education.


    I worked with the Campbell Soup company for 7 years as a computer systems specialist, and computer trainer.  I began my teaching career in 2003 at the Pineland Learning Center in Vineland, New Jersey.  Pineland Learning Center is a private school for students with many different types of learning disabilities.  My teaching experience includes career education and computer science while at Pinelands. 
    This is my ninth year teaching at Glassboro High School.  This year I am excited to be teaching Interactive Algebra 3 in an in class support setting and teaching Interactive 5 in a resource room pull out situation.  Interactive Algebra and Geometry is an exciting new curriculum that is designed to keep the students engaged in the learning process.
Last Modified on August 31, 2020