I have been a licensed pharmacist since 1984. Although medications play an important role in health care, I believe that encouraging healthy lifestyle choices is also important. Therefore, in addition to working as a retail pharmacist, I worked as the Diabetes Education Coordinator at Canton-Potsdam Hospital in upstate New York and as the Preventive Health Coordinator for the St. Lawrence County Health Initiative.
In 2012, I started teaching in a new Physician Assistant Program at Clarkson University. My courses included pharmacotherapeutics, physiology and the Master's Project. Although I enjoyed my previous work positions, teaching is my absolute favorite. I love the enthusiasm and compassion of PA students. I am grateful that I can share my experiences with future healthcare providers, and I am thrilled to be part of the Seton Hall Physician Assistant Program.
- M.S. University of Connecticut
- B.S. University of Connecticut