“From Recruitment to Retention,” (with Sister Monica Paul Fraser, O.P.) presented in April, 2002 at an annual conference sponsored by the Florida Catholic Conference for administrators, Sarasota, Florida.
“Lesson Planning and Classroom Adaptations for Students with Special Needs,” presented in July, 1998 as part of a lecture series for teachers co-sponsored by the Dreams Are Free Program for academically challenged students, Sarasota, Florida.
“Adapting Lesson Plans to Accommodate Students with Special Needs,” presented in June, 1997 at an annual Summer Institute as professional development for teachers, Fort Myers, Florida.
Numerous presentations given between 1995-1998 on topics related to the role of student support services.
1999-2008 Principal, St. John Neumann High School Naples, Florida Instrumental in developing a high school community with deep, strong, trusting relationships among all school stakeholders.
2006-2008 New Principal Mentor Diocese of Venice Venice, Florida Collegiate responsibility for supporting other leaders within Catholic education.
1998-1999 Assistant Principal St. John Neumann High School Naples, Florida Designed and taught study skills workshops; advised students; selected and supervised support staff; supported the principal in all facets of school life.
1997-1998 Chairperson for the SACS Committee St. John Neumann High School Naples, Florida Implemented a School Improvement Plan to provide continuous improvement and learning.
1995-1998 Resource Leader Diocese of Venice Venice, Florida Implemented first study skills program for academically challenged students; Taught and advised other teachers.
1990- 1994 Principal, St. Jude Elementary School Boca Raton, Florida Instrumental in leading an elementary school community where all can experience growth and create a future within a Professional Learning Community. Developed program and student evaluation charts that were instrumental in promoting efficiency in scholarship application processing and developing individual learning plans for students with academic challenges.