I graduated from the Cardiovascular Program at Lancaster General College of Nursing and Health Sciences in 2006 and have been actively working in the field ever since. In 2013, I began working at the University as the clinical coordinator for the Cardiovascular Program and then moved into the role of program director in 2019. I graduated with a Bachelor's in Health Science from Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences in 2017 and am currently enrolled in a Master's degree program for Science in Education at Saint Joseph's College in Maine.
I LOVE what I do, both in the lab and in the classroom! A career in cardiovascular technology has been such a fulfilling and rewarding experience. When I'm not saving lives or teaching future cardiovascular professionals, I enjoy being at home with my husband, our two daughters, and our dog, Hank. I'm originally from Pittsburgh so I am a huge Steelers fan! I also love coffee and spending time serving at my church, particularly in our disability ministry. In addition to serving at church, I also volunteer with a variety of other professional and non-professional organizations.
2017 - BS, Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences, Health Science
2006 - Lancaster General College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Associates of Applied Science
Currently enrolled at Saint Joseph's College Masters for Health Care Education
Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Basic Life Support
Member of Cardiovascular Credentialing International