I came to St. Lawrence University in August of 2014, where I served as the Assistant Director of Disability and Accessibility Services for three and one-half years. In my current role as Director of Student Accessibility Services, I look forward to continuing to work with students, parents, faculty, and staff. I have my bachelor's degree from SUNY Potsdam in Spanish Literature and Health Science and my master's degrees from St. Lawrence University in Counseling and Human Development, Educational Administration, and Mental Health Counseling.
I am originally from Bronx, NY, and worked as an elementary teacher for the New York City Board of Education, and as an elementary teacher for Alexandria City Public Schools in Alexandria, Virginia. I returned to the North Country in 2001 where I worked as a Residence Hall Director for SUNY Canton. I also bring a clinical background working as a school-based mental health therapist (managing a satellite- Day Treatment and Outpatient programs-elementary and middle school placements), middle school principal, mental health counselor (managing a satellite office), and special education teacher before returning to St. Lawrence University as a staff member.
MS-Mental Health Counseling
M.Ed- Human Development and Counseling
M.Ed- Educational Administration
Certificate of Advanced Studies-Counseling
Certificate of Advanced Studies-Educational Administration
Bachelor of Arts- Spanish Literature
- National Spanish Honor Society- Sigma Delta Pi
Presentations, Exhibitions, Performances and Published Work:
- Workshop Presentations on ADHD, School and Separation Anxiety, Learning Disabilities, Dyslexia
- Mental Health- Anxiety, Depression, Interventions, Grief
- Autism Certified Specialist
- New York State Certified Counselor, Administrator