I am responsible for helping students enhance their learning through hands-on clinical experience.
I am excited to be a faculty member in the Master of Science in
Athletic Training (MSAT) program at Seton Hall University. I have been
an adjunct here since 2010 and during that time have developed a love
and respect for the program and university. I became the Director of
Clinical Education in February 2013 and look forward to helping build
and grow the MSAT program.
My professional background includes working in a variety of athletic
training settings including college, high school, clinic, industrial
and academia. This diverse background has helped prepare me to function
as the Director of Clinical Education. From 2003-2008, I served as
Program Director for the Athletic Training Education Program at North
Carolina Central University. Most recently I've been working in
Industrial Health, which is a growing setting for athletic trainers.
My main research interests lie in the development of non-traditional
athletic training settings.