I love math and I love to travel. (I've been to all 50 states!)
I am from Long Island--I graduated from Commack High School, and then started my life
adventure. I attended Roanoke College in Virginia, where I got my bachelor’s
degree in math. I also taught in Roanoke. I decided to get my Master’s
degree in Anthropology, which I did at the University of Wyoming. While in
Wyoming, I was project coordinator for a program for adults with
severe/profound disabilities. I also fell in love with winter sports! My winters
are often spent skiing, snowshoeing, and skating. I wanted one more adventure
before returning to New York, so I moved to Alaska, where I taught in the Anchorage
School District. As you can imagine, I was able to enjoy those winters. The summers
were pretty great, too! Although I loved my two year experience there, I wanted to come
home and be closer to my family. I love living in New York.
I started teaching in the Wappingers Central School District in 2006 and have enjoyed every minute!