About Me

 I am a graduate of Queen of Peace H.S. class of '87.  I went onto graduate from New Jersey City University to earn a degree in accounting.  After graduating, I worked many fields in the business sector before moving onto teaching.  I have been teaching since 2002, where I started at Sacred Heart in Lyndhurst, N.J. moved up to high school math at Immaculate Conception in Montclair, N.J..  After several years at a private school, I made my way back to Catholic education in 2016.  I have been a math teacher here at St. Joseph Regional since.
I grew up in the town of Rutherford N.J. and now reside in Wayne N.J.
Teaching Philosophy
I believe everyone has the ability to learn something if it is taught right.  But everyone has different learning abilities.  Therefore, the way to be taught right is to find those abilities through each weakness and to reinforce past thoughts that have been learned and to connect new thoughts to topics that teach students to learn.  
Teaching Expectations:
I am a flexible and organized education professional with an unparalleled ability to explain complicated mathematical concepts in an easily understandable manner.  Talent for employing unique teaching strategies to effectively encourage all students and foster a fun and fascinating learning environment.  Encouraging and patient; provide individualized and extracurricular support with students and parents to produce a friendly and supportive school community.
Fun Fact:
I enjoy many styles of puzzles