I am an accomplished, strategic servant leader with extensive professional expertise in senior level private college and university administration, corporate community relations, civic engagement and career coaching. I grew up in Providence, Rhode Island, the youngest of three; obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in French Language and Literature from Wellesley College, (a liberal arts college for women), and a Master of Education degree from Harvard University in Massachusetts. I have lived in the Boston area, Washington, DC, and I currently reside in the Atlanta metro area. I have enjoyed travel to Paris, St. Maarten, St. Croix, St. Thomas and Jamaica. As the first member of my family to graduate college, I decided to devote my career to working on behalf of high school and college students.
I have been a community volunteer and an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. since college. To make a more significant impact in the world, I work to end hunger and homelessness, promote breast cancer awareness, and I recycle to improve our environment. I enjoy tutoring high school and college students, in particular, to enhance and improve their education, as they are the next generation of leaders.
Undergraduate Degree: Wellesley College - Bachelor in Arts, French
Graduate Degree: Harvard University - Masters in Education, Educational Administration
My favorite color is bright golden rod yellow, and sunflowers are my favorite flowers. At age 22, I stopped eating pork and beef. I love fresh seafood, Chinese, Italian and Mexican foods, chocolate, filtered water and green tea. I enjoy theatre, action, drama and all Marvel films; R&B, classical, jazz, rock, and gospel music. My favorite forms of exercise are aerobic walking, Zumba and salsa dancing.