I began my career working for GE, and held numerous positions from Financial Management Trainee to Budget Analyst and Plant Controller. After 10 years, I decided to pursue my real passion – teaching. I returned to school and earned my Master’s degree.
I’ve taught a the University of Akron and Kent State for a number of years. I could see that some students were entering college without the basic skills to succeed. I decided to try and change that and purchased a franchise in a tutoring company, KnowledgePoints.
I ran my business for about 7 years, but saw a huge drop in revenues due to changes in the No Child Left Behind Act. I re-entered the teaching profession at Tri-C. In the fall of 2017, I joined the staff at Hiram College.
- B.S., Bowling Green State University
- M.A., James Madison University
Behavioral implications of accounting information and decision making.
- “The Effects of Framing on the Decision to Write Off Obsolete Inventory” (Co-authored with Dr. Joanne Healy) Advances in Behavioral Accounting Research. November, 2003.
- I’m an avid golfer (though not very good) and a gardener. I also have 2 Cavalier King Charles dogs.