I have worked for Wright State University since 2004, starting in the Department of OB/GYN. in 2015, I moved to the College of Nursing and Health as their business manager. I love working in higher education - all but 3 years of my career have been in an higher education institution. The majority of my higher education experience has been on the medical side - working with both physicians and nurses. I love knowing that I'm working in the background to help our students reach their goals of woring in the medical field.
In January 2020, I transitioned into the role of Manager of Business Operations with the newly formed College of Health, Education, and Human Services. This has been a great challenge as I learn more about all the specialty areas and yet gives me a chance to know more people at Wright State. I love my job and the people I work with; I'm looking forward to a great future for the CHEH.
Currently, I'm working a flexible schedule in that I work from home 3 days per week and in the office 2 days per week. Feel free to email me if you need anything as that's the easiest and most effiicent way to reach me. My work line is forwarded to my home phone, so I can keep up with phone calls, too, while working off campus.
BS - Kentucky Christian University
MBA - Wright State University
Currently, I'm a peer reviewer for HLC. I completed the training in October 2018 my first site review in spring 2020.
I volunteered as a staff member for the Armed Forces District of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists from 2006 - 2016. The District hosts an annual meeting that rotates around the US and supports military OB/GYN physicians. I worked with the annual planning committees to get ready for their meetings and then worked on site at each meeting. I loved this opportunity as I had a chance to give back to our military physicians.
Association of Managers of Gynecology & Obstetrics - member 2009-2015, serving as a member of the Board at-large through assuming the Presidency in 2015. This is a great organization for managers of academic practices and provides a wonderful network for professional development.