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Dynamic, collaborative, accomplished leader. Deeply committed to ensuring that every student has the opportunity to find joy and inspiration through their educational experiences. Successfully instilled a culture of creative, innovative and equity-based decision making as principal of Mamaroneck High School.


Institutional advancement

Stakeholder engagement

Recruit, mentor and develop new talent

Curriculum development

Grant writing

Leadership development

Professional coaching

Board and community relations

Budget development and oversight

Crisis Management

Organizational leadership

Public speaking

Integration of effective teaching practices

Personnel reviews

Principal Mamaroneck High School, 2011 to Current
Nashua School DistrictNashua, NH,
Leadership Style, to
Mamaroneck Union Free School District, ,
  • Developed strong culture of collaboration and trust with faculty, students and parents
  • Supports the growth of leaders within the school
  • Supervised seven administrative interns
  • Works closely with the teachers union to problem solve
  • Created the Student Faculty Advisory Committee to establish school policies
  • Fostered a close working relationship with the PTSA
Curriculum and Instruction, to
New York City Department Of Education, ,
  • Advanced model of high expectations teaching that permeates all aspects of school life
  • Formalized the use of backward design for curriculum work
  • Supported growth of inter-disciplinary programs that foster real world experiences such as Original Civic Research in Action and Journalism
  • Led the creation of Culinary Arts and STEAM programs including a $2M building renovation
  • Established Chinese-Exchange program with Shanghai Experimental School, sending over 30 students to China each year
  • Facilitated strong independent reading program in all English classes with vibrant classroom libraries
  • Promoted innovative teaching across disciplines
Supervision and Support, to
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  • Recruited, hired and onboarded over 120 faculty members (over 60% of the faculty)
  • Supervises and evaluates over 160 faculty and staff members
  • Conducts over 180 teacher observations per year; provides constructive, action based verbal and written feedback
  • Leads monthly new teacher workshops focused on school values and expectations
  • Mentors and coaches administrators across the district
  • Oversees the evaluation of all 200 faculty members
  • Conducts annual performance reviews in person for over 25 teachers
  • Serves on district-wide Annual Performance Professional Review committee, ensuring consistency and quality across all schools
Anti-Racist and Anti-Bias Initiatives, to
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  • Oversaw professional development for all faculty focused on culturally responsive, anti-racist education practices
  • Eliminated all requirements for A.P. Courses, doubling the number of students enrolled in A.P. courses from 300 in 2011 to over 600 in 2021, while maintaining high rates of passing
  • Increased number of students of color enrolled in A.P. courses by 14% from 2011 to 2021
  • Created MHS Scholars program to encourage and support first generation students enrolled in advanced courses
  • Created Ladder to Access program to ensure that first generation students receive early exposure and support to the college admissions process
  • Oversaw the design and implementation of a ten-week Facing History and Ourselves Unit focused on anti-racist and anti-bias curriculum for all 9th grade students
Social-Emotional Initiatives, to
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  • Developed strong school-wide focus on social emotional welfare of students
  • Initiated a student-faculty-parent committee to address stress in students' lives
  • Supported development of the Emotional Support Program (ESP) for school avoidant students
  • Monitored and created action plans for students who are struggling emotionally and academically
  • Collaborated with faculty, parents and students to create a welcoming and inclusive learning environment
Extracurricular Initiatives, to
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  • Fostered a culture of innovation and creativity through the support of new extracurricular programs
  • Created senior internship program which grew from 40 students in 2011 and will include the entire class of 400+ seniors in 2022
  • Started the Mamaroneck Debate Team that in six years has grown to a nationally recognized program
  • Established the first public school bee keeping program in NY State with student-run "bee team"
School Operations, to
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  • Developed and managed a $2M school budget
  • Responsible for implementation and communication of safety plans for over 1600 students and 200 faculty members
  • Oversees the development and planning of an eight period schedule
  • Implemented COVID-19 safety plans that allowed school to remain consistently open starting in September 2020
  • Was awarded three Mamaroneck Schools Foundation Grants
  • Initiated beautification projects throughout the school
  • Supervises the administration of all Advanced Placement and Regents exams
Social Studies Teacher and Department Chairperson, 1995 to 2011
Company NameCity, State,
  • Oversaw the curriculum for 9th-12th grade Social Studies
  • Integrated student-centered best teaching practices
  • Taught A.P. American, A.P. United States Government and Global History
  • Facilitated the use of Facing History and Ourselves into curriculum at all levels
  • Created a lecture series that brought historians to MHS
Social Studies Teacher, 1988 to 1994
Company NameCity, State,
  • Tenured teacher at Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics
  • Specialized in Global History and A.P. American History
  • Teacher of the Year - Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics (1993)
Education and Training
Master of Science: Administration And Supervision, Expected in 1997 to Hunter College School of Education - New York,
Master of Arts: Secondary Social Studies Education, Expected in 1988 to Columbia University Teachers College - New York, NY,
Bachelor of Arts: Child Study And Political Science, Expected in 1985 to Tufts University - Medford, MA

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School Attended

  • Hunter College School of Education
  • Columbia University Teachers College
  • Tufts University

Job Titles Held:

  • Principal Mamaroneck High School
  • Leadership Style
  • Curriculum and Instruction
  • Supervision and Support
  • Anti-Racist and Anti-Bias Initiatives
  • Social-Emotional Initiatives
  • Extracurricular Initiatives
  • School Operations
  • Social Studies Teacher and Department Chairperson
  • Social Studies Teacher


  • Master of Science
  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts

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