I grew up in Flushing, New York. I studied at Pace University with a degree in Advertising and Marketing. During my Master's I changed degrees, focusing on education. I received my Master's at Touro College in Special and General Education Grades 1-6. This is my third year working within the DOE but my 5th year of teaching. The one thing I love about my job is making connections. Whether it be the relationships we build with our students and co-workers or the connections between academics and the real world. Connections are so important because they build trust and a safety zone to succeeding. In my free time I enjoy trying new things - new food, new events, new adventures. Something different whenever I can. P.S. 330Q is new to me and I am truly excited for this adventure. I can't wait to take the students with me on this fun journey that will change us all for the better.
I grew up in Astoria and Bayside, Queens. I went to Hofstra University for my Bachelors Degree. At Hofstra I majored in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Modern Greek. I received my Master's at Queens College, where I focused on General Education grades 1-6. Later, I went to Touro College for my extension in Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages. This will be my 4th year with the DOE. I love to watch my students academic growth throughout the school year. The greatest reward for me as a teacher is when my students reach their academic goals. I spend most of my free time with my family and friends. I enjoy going to restaurants, traveling, being spontaneous and trying new things
I grew up in Brooklyn, NY. I attended Adelphi University in Garden City, NY where I received my Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology and my Master's Degree in Childhood Education. I have worked for the DOE for 7 years. I love that everyday is a new opportunity to learn, not only for my students, but for myself as well. During my free time I enjoy relaxing, listening to music, and when I can, traveling.