Passion and courage are what drive people! Those are ideals that have been embedded in me since childhood. It is with these ideals that I have traveled through this journey in life and found my place in medicine as a Physician Assistant.
I have been working as a Physician Assistant since 2006 in the fields of endocrinology and family practice. In 2010, I started as a clinical preceptor for physician assistant students in the Pace University – Lenox Hill Hospital Physician Assistant Program, and simultaneously became an adjunct faculty member there. I taught various endocrine lectures and assisted on admission reviews and clinical applications. I have always had a love for medicine, but it wasn’t until I joined the academic arena that I discovered my passion for teaching. My areas of special interest include endocrine and metabolism, women’s health and student development.
I feel privileged to be a part of the Seton Hall University Physician Assistant Program. I look forward to encountering new challenges in my career as I grow as an educator. I am enthusiastic about medicine, teaching and scientific research. It is my goal to share these passions with my students, and encourage them to always reach for their highest aspirations.
- Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, Pace University
- Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, Pace University
- Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry, SUNY Geneseo