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.
- Ph.D., Higher Education Leadership, Management and Policy, Seton Hall University
- MA, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
- BA, Gettysburg College
- Was the Program Director and Accreditation Committee chair at North Carolina Central University when the Athletic Training Education Program achieved initial Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) accreditation, becoming the first Historically Black College or University with that distinction.