B.A. in History, Salem State University, M.Ed. in Higher Education Student Affairs, Salem State University.
I cover schools in the North Shore of MA as well as California, Florida, Illinois, and most other states.
Favorite place on campus:
My office.. I have a view of Mendel Pond and a Zen Garden!
Fond memory or experience from your undergraduate years:
All nighters with friends to get major projects done.
Tips for high school seniors:
Hit the 1st semester out of the park – most colleges look at your 1st quarter and even 2nd quarter grades as part of your application.
Last great book you read:
“His Promise Land” An Autobiography of John Parker who was a “conductor” and major influence for the underground railroad.
Most played song on your ipod:
It varies, but I find myself replaying “Houdini” by Foster the People a lot.
Where would you like to travel:
I golf. A LOT! So I have always wanted to go back to where it all began and play courses in Scotland.
One thing about you that may surprise your colleagues:
I have always secretely wanted to get sleeves of tatoos on both arms.
One great discovery you’ve made on Merrimack’s campus:
We have a gourmet cupcake truck that comes to campus every Thursday. Needless to say, I am a regular.
What makes Merrimack the place to be:
Community. We say it a lot because its so true. Once you are a part of Merrimack, you are so for life.
Assistant Director of Admissions