I graduated from Central Michigan University with a MSA in general administration. My bachelors degree is in HRA/MGT. I have an associates degree in math, chemistry and biology. I taught math and science in the public and private school sectors for over 20 years grades 6-12. Before I became a teacher I worked in scientific research for a bio-science company for 20 years. I believe every student can learn and excel in any educational endeavor they choose. As a teacher I have accustomed myself to the many learning styles and diversity of the modern classroom. I retired from classroom teaching in 2015. However, I have been teaching part-time and full-time since my retirement. I love what I do and I fully enjoy the opportunity help students be successful. Having two consecutive careers in science and education allows me to help students bridge the gap between theory and practice. Out of the classroom I enjoy playing tennis, reading, walking, exercising and travel.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Saint Leo University - Bachelor in Arts, Accounting and Business Management
Graduate Degree: Central Michigan University - Masters in Business Administration, Business Administration and Management
I have always been interested in US and world history. I have studied many countries from prehistoric to modern times. I find US history extremely interesting from pre columbian to present day America. I like hiking in state parks with long walking trails and museums. I retired from fishing years ago but I enjoy going to the beach and recreational lakes. I went kayaking one time and decided it wasn't for me. During my college days I played chest to help improve my thinking ability and it really helped. In closing I would like to say that ability is what everyone is capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it.