I joined the Online Campus in November 2009 as an Applied Research Project Instructor. I provide academic support and mentoring to Masters of Arts in Psychology students throughout their Applied Research Projects, and academic careers.
Prior to joining the Chicago School, I worked as an Academic Advising Specialist, for the College of Pharmacy, at the University of Hawai’i at Hilo. During my tenure with the program, I counseled and advised a highly diverse group of students. In addition, I acted as a consultant for other departments within the College, developing and presenting new trainings, and assisting in the implementation of new admissions and communications strategies.
I received my Bachelor’s in Communication from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and my Master’s in Community Counseling from Argosy University in Chicago, Illinois. While completing my Master’s degree, I worked as a therapy intern at House Calls Counseling, an in-home psychotherapy provider, providing services to foster children suffering from Reactive Attachment Disorder. While working at House Calls, I also counseled children and families at George Armstrong School of International Studies.
Outside of the workplace, I enjoy spending time with my family and exploring Chicago.