I graduated from Chestnut Hill College with a B.S. in Computer and Mathematical Sciences, a B.A. in Spanish, and a minor in Secondary Education. I earned a Master of Education degree in Special Education from Holy Family University in June 2008 and a Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership in May 2012. I graduated from Holy Family University in May 2017 with a Doctor of Education degree. My certifications include Principal (K-12), Mathematics (7-12), Spanish (K-12), and Special Education (N-12).
My previous experience includes teaching math, Spanish, and introductory Italian in both public and private high schools. I have taught in the Centennial School District for twelve years, previously as the Math for Proficiency Teacher at Klinger Middle School. This is my eighth year as a Mathematics Teacher at William Tennent High School.
I look forward to working with you this year! This website contains information regarding my courses as well as links to other useful websites. Please do not hesitate to contact me
if you have any questions or concerns.