As a learning consultant in the Student Support Center, I enjoy sharing my love of learning with students and encouraging them on their own academic journey. The Endicott experience is vibrant, progressive, and collegial.
My primary interest in higher education is promoting experiential education. Internship, study abroad, and student-led initiatives are such powerful experiences that contribute to students' success at college. After a long and successful career as an interior designer and an educator, I earned my Master of Education in Higher Education in Student Affairs. While pursuing my M.Ed., I conducted workshops at Northeastern University's Career Development Center, assessed student life at Montserrat College of Art, and assisted with a curriculum proposal for a Master of Science in Environmental Science at Salem State University.
Previously, I taught at Endicott College as an adjunct faculty member in interior design. Most recently, I taught thesis research and design and mentored interior architecture students at the Massachusetts College of Art & Design.
Originally from Connecticut, I now consider the North Shore home. In my spare time I enjoy organic gardening, indie films, museums, and textiles of all kinds.