Women in 21st Century Leadership
As a Lecturer in the Management Department with UNH’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics (PCBE), I aim to create a supportive, inclusive, and engaging teaching and learning environment for students across the college and university. My teaching role with PCBE focuses on Introduction to Business and Women’s Leadership, and I’ve enjoyed teaching a number of leadership courses at the University of New Hampshire, including Organizational Leadership and Structure, Introduction to Women’s Leadership In Health and Human Services, and Peer Leadership. I’ve had the privilege of working in the higher education setting for nearly ten years. Most recently, I served as the Director of Career and Professional Success for UNH’s College of Health and Human Services where I partnered with students, faculty, staff, and employers to increase students’ access to high-quality internships and jobs. Prior to my career in higher education, I spent several rewarding years employed in the community mental health sector as both a Case Manager and a Youth and Family Therapist. My educational background and professional roles have developed my strengths and interests in the areas of personal and organizational wellness, effective leadership, diversity and inclusion, human relations, and professional development and training. I received my Ed.D. in Higher Ed. Administrative Leadership from Plymouth State University, my M.A. in Psychology from American University and my dual B.A. in Sociology and Justice Studies from the University of New Hampshire. I live in the beautiful town of Lee, NH, with my husband and our two children.