With over 25 years in education, I’m passionate about teaching, learning, and educational reform.I have two master degrees and recently earned my doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania in educational leadership.I have been a classroom teacher, staff development coach, curriculum supervisor, and currently serve as assistant superintendent.  Additionally, I teach at Arcadia University in the Educational Leadership program and serve as a consultant for the Danielson Group.


All certificates issues in Pennsylvania:
  • Superintendents Letter of Eligibility 
  • K-12 Curriculum and Instruction Supervision
  • K-12 Principal
  • Instructional - Secondary Social Studies 

Work History

Work History
Aug 2008 - Present

Assistant Superintendent

Saucon Valley School District

Accomplishments and Duties Include: 

  • Coordinated curriculum review in the following content areas: mathematics, social studies, English and language arts, family consumer sciences, business education, library, guidance, and art.
  • Supervise and provide input in the evaluation of district supervisors and principals
  • Plan and coordinate professional development activities for the district
  • Prepare budgets and purchase resources to support district curriculum initiatives
  • Coordinate district Accountability Block Grant programs and funds
  • Coordinate and supervise district ESL program
  • Coordinate district strategic plan development and reporting to the department of education
  • Designed a system of regular classroom walkthroughs to provided actionable data on teaching practices across the district
  • Directed the establishment of building-based data teams
  • Participated in teacher contract negotiations
  • Participated in community outreach efforts through involvement in education foundations and regular community meetings
  • Coordinate efforts to bring a one to one laptop program to the school district 
2011 - Present

Adjunct Professor - Arcadia University


Instructor in the Doctorate (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership Program: Specifically, ED 729.OP Improving Education Through Inquiry.

2002 - Present

Faculty - Penn Literacy Network


Facilitator with the Penn Literacy Network through the Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania. Taught credit bearing courses in literacy with an emphasis on content area literacies.

2011 - Present

Consultant - Danielson Group


Facilitate workshops with the Charlotte Danielson Group dealing with the observation and evaluation of teachers.  Workshops include:

  • Overview of the Framework for Teaching
  • Observation Skills 
2003 - 2008

Secondary Curriculum Supervisor

Wissahickon School District
Accomplishments and Duties Include: 
  • Coordinated curriculum review in the following content areas: science, mathematics, social studies, English and language arts, business education, health and physical education.
  • Developed the secondary assessment framework, which included the systematic and regular assessment of core courses, linked to standards and designed to improve instruction
  • Supervised professional staff through classroom observations, providing written feedback, and holding pre/post observation conferences
1996 - 2003

Adjunct Professor - Chestnut Hill College


Instructor for graduate applied technology program. Courses taught:

  • PC Technology, Operating Systems, and Advanced Applications
  • Presentations: Theory and Applications
  • Social Studies and Technology
2001 - 2003

Staff Developer

Wissahickon School District

Accomplishments and Duties Include:

  • Guided and coached teachers to improve their classroom practice
  • Planned and participated in district staff development
  • Organized and coordinated district curriculum mapping initiative
  • Worked with teachers on integration of technology and differentiated instruction practices
1993 - 2001


Wissahickon School District

Taught eighth grade social studies, American history.

1985 - 1993


Faith Christian School

Taught middle school social studies and religion (grades 6-8). 


2008 - 2011


University of Pennsylvania - Graduate School of Education

Dissertation Title: "Inaugural Use of Building-Based Data Teams" 

1995 - 2000


Chestnut Hill College
1988 - 1992


Arcadia University (formerly Beaver College)
1980 - 1984


Philadelphia College of Bible



Teacher Observation and Evaluation

Student Assessment

Professional Development

Technology Integration

Curriculum Review and Audit



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