About Me

About Me


Greetings from the Jersey Shore!


I grew up in the "Ocean Acres" part of Manahawkin, and graduated from Southern Regional in 1995.  Eventually I moved to Waretown, and stayed there for 7 years.  I would love to say I still live there, but I do not.  Before the school year started, I moved to Mount Laurel and commute to Barnegat every day.

Where did I get my degrees?  In 2002, I graduated from the Richard Stockton College with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology, and also focused in science and anthropology courses.  Two years later, I decided to work at the Stafford Township School District as a substitute teacher.  I stayed at the Intermediate School (grades 5 & 6) as their long-term (permanent) substitute and detention teacher.

I graduated with my first Masters of Arts in Education (MAED) from University of Phoenix in 2008.  


Later, I decided to enroll in the library science program in 2012, and graduated with my second Master's degree in Library Science from Drexel University in 2014.   I focused in the School Library Information Media Specialist (SLIMS) Certification at Drexel so I can work in schools.  Yes, that means I am a certified Media Specialist, or you can just call me a School Librarian.  

I'm a professional member with the New Jersey Association for School Librarians (NJASL).


In my spare time, I read (a lot) of books, and write book reviews for publishing companies.  I'm also assisting my mom with a family geneology project which involves lots of research.  Besides looking at books, I do other activities, such as camping, hiking or kayaking with my family.  Oh, and I love to travel!