Why I Teach
My passion for teaching started early in my career as an Occupational Therapist when I began instructing fieldwork students. As I gained experience and received board certifications, my teaching evolved to advanced level students and mentorship of professional staff. I was provided the opportunity present on various topics for organizations and industries. I have a passion for learning and as a result, I love to share what I learn with others whether student, practitioner or community member. I consider teaching and Occupational Therapy my calling and I am committed to both in order to advance our profession and benefit the individuals and communities in which we serve.
Areas of Expertise: Fieldwork coordination, hand therapy, orthopedics, orthotics, burns, ergonomics, functional capacity evaluations, leadership, marketing and program development.
I am the academic fieldwork coordinator for the masters in occupational therapy program at Wesley College. This position involves all aspects of placement and oversight of student learning in the field. I instruct the courses pertinent to fieldwork such as professionalism, ethics, communication and documentation. I am the cofounder of the Delaware Hand Group which was created to disseminate information and facilitate advancement of upper extremity conditions for allied health therapist and physicians.
My goals are to complete my doctoral work in occupational therapy and to merge concepts of leadership and evidence based practice to advance the profession of occupational therapy.
- B.S. Occupational Therapy, Thomas Jefferson University
- Board Certification in Hand Therapy (CHT)
- Masters in Business, Wilmington University
- Doctorate in Occupational Therapy (candidate)
- Location: Johnston Hall
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: (302) 736-2780