Associate Director of Graduate and International Admissions
I was born and raised in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; however, I lived in Boston, Massachusetts for seven years prior to moving to Winchester. I graduated with a B.A. in History from Elizabethtown College and then received two master’s degrees – an M.A. in History and M.S. in Library & Information Science from Simmons University.
SU is special because it feels like home. You may think that’s corny to say, but I chose my undergraduate and graduate schools based on how I felt when I visited campus. As a graduate student at Shenandoah, you’ll feel like a valued member of the community, and you’ll forge meaningful relationships with your professors and your peers.
I love books, coffee, vinyl records, wine, hockey, and Italian food (read: cheese). There are so many great small coffee shops in Winchester, and my favorite so far is Hopscotch Coffee & Records. I love walking in Old Town Winchester and having a delicious meal at Violino where the chef sometimes serenades his customers! In my free time, you’ll probably find me curled up with a book, watching hockey, or spending time with my family.