- Clinical Coordinator of the Respiratory Therapy Program
- Assistant Professor of Respiratory Therapy
I graduated from the co-sponsored CHI St. Alexius/University of Mary Respiratory Therapy Program in 2008. Upon graduation, I began working for St. Alexius Medical center (now CHI St. Alexius Health) with a focus on adult critical care. I began teaching part-time for the Respiratory Therapy Program in 2013. In 2014, I graduated with a Master’s in Education from the University of Mary. Teaching became my full-time job in 2015 when I took on my current role of Clinical Coordinator for the CHI St. Alexius Health/University of Mary Respiratory Therapy Program RT Program.
Why I’m At Mary
As a faculty member for CHI St. Alexius Health & University of Mary’s Respiratory Therapy Program I have the privilege of working in a program that is co-sponsored by two institutions founded by the Benedictine Sisters of Annunciation Monastery. This allows the Benedictine values to permeate both the classroom and clinical settings, which sets our respiratory therapy graduates apart.
BS (Respiratory Therapy): University of Mary, 2008
MEd: University of Mary, 2014