I have been a teacher at HMHS since 2010, teaching AP Physics, Accelerated Physics, CP Physics, Astronomy, Forensic science, and Introduction to Engineering. My Bachelor's degree from Temple University is in Physics Education and My Master's Degree from Drexel University is in Environmental Engineering. I have a real passion for teaching and truly love to be in the classroom with my students either in person or online. My teaching philosophy is as much as possible for the students to learn through experience, I am here to help, support, and teach each of them. All three are equally important.
In January 2019, I was diagnosed with a Glioblastoma, which is a primary brain tumor. While this is a major medical issue that is impacting my life, I have been responding well to the treatment and am truly happy that I am able to continue teaching. It is because of this that I have requested to teach virtually this year. I can not express how much I appreciate that I have been given this opportunity to continue teaching virtually. I look forward to connecting with all of my students and continue to bring them meaningful instruction. I am lifted up by the support of the Haddonfield community; the teachers, staff, administration, students, and parents. It is with this support that makes me truly enjoy coming to work every day.