Degrees and Certifications:
I grew up in Fort Lee, NJ and graduated from Fort Lee High School in 2002. After graduating, I attended Rutgers University and graduated in 2006. I earned my Master's Degree from St. Peter's University in 2016.
I am so proud and excited to be part of the faculty at George White! It is such a wonderful place to work.
In the past, I've worked as a substitute teacher and as a teacher's aide in Tenafly, Park Ridge, and for Bergen County Special Services. I spent my first three years as a teacher in the Englewood Cliffs School District working as a 5th grade general ed teacher and 6th Grade Social Studies teacher. Since 2015, I've been teaching 7th Grade Social Studies here at George White!
During the summers I work as an administrator with 7th -10th grade boys at Camp Ramaquois in Pomona, NY. In the winter, I try to spend as much time as possible in the mountains, skiing. In my free time, I am usually outdoors running, biking, camping, hiking, and playing soccer. I'm an avid sports fan and enjoy rooting for Manchester United, the Yankees, and the Giants! In the fall of 2017, I ran (and finished) my first marathon.