I recently joined the College of Public Health, Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology
in the newly developed position of Project Coordinator. Although I am a native of
New Hampshire, I have been in Tennessee since 1995, excluding a year and a half in
northern Florida. I earned my Associate of Science degree from the Pennsylvania State
University and my Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Tennessee, with
a focus on Family Studies.
I have worked with women, families, and children in many capacities over the years,
but, most recently I have been involved with research projects. I have previously
been employed by ETSU working on the TIPS project, addressing the concerns of smoking
during pregnancy. Most recently, I was employed by Centerstone Research Institute,
in collaboration with ETSU, working on the SBIRT project, primarily collecting and
While away from work, I love to spend time with my family, dog, and horses. Other
activities I enjoy include reading, hiking, and camping.