I began teaching social studies in 1996 and became a member of the Burlington County Institute of Technology’s staff in 1998 at the Westampton Campus. My early years were busy as I coached soccer, wrestling and became ingrained in the positive school culture and the tradition of the BCIT family. After receiving my Master’s degrees in Education and School Administration from Wilmington University, I was promoted to assistant principal of the Medford Campus in April of 2004 where I spent a little over three years before accepting the principal position at the Westampton Campus in July of 2007.
Additionally, I served as a member and former president of the Burlington County Principals and Supervisors Association. Throughout my years at BCIT, we have made great strides as a school with the assistance of a quality staff, community and student body. I enjoy working with young adults on their mission to be lifelong learners and positive contributors to society. My profession is fulfilling, as I am able to observe our students succeeding in their vocational and academic areas and serving our community by ensuring a better future for our citizens.
Bachelors History/Secondary Education , Rowan University
Masters of Educational Leadership, Wilmington University