• As the Principal, I am committed to ensuring expectations that will facilitate the development of knowledgeable, critical thinkers, communicators, collaborators, creators, and contributors.

    I have a wide variety of experience in Loudoun as a former teacher of special education in the content areas of science, English, social science and math at Broad Run and Woodgrove High Schools and in CTE coursework at Monroe Technology Center (MTC) prior to becoming Supervisor of Virtual Loudoun. Additionally, I have served as part of the administrative team at MTC as both Placement Coordinator and Assistant Principal.
    I grew up in Long Island, New York and have an undergraduate degree in Elementary and Special Education which I received from St. Joseph’s College.
    I have a Master’s of Education Degree in Instruction. In addition, I have a Master’s Degree in Education Administration. Both of my graduate degrees were obtained through Shenandoah University.
    My email box is always open too, so please be sure to contact me anytime!