Chair. Undergraduate Studies, 2013 - present
I manage and develop undergraduate bachelor degree programs in psychology, biology, and health science. This includes operational responsibilities such as budget, recruitment, advertising, curriculum development, personnel, etc. I am currently developing new bachelor programs in laboratory science, radiology, and health care administration.
Director and Instructor, Graduate Program in School Psychology, 2007 - 2013
Starting as a full-time professor in 2007, I taught courses in statistics, psychometric (test) theory, and cognitive assessment and completed my dissertation research on interventions for autism spectrum disorders. In 2010 I assumed leadership of the program, including operational responsibilities across two campuses. I developed several projects, including a practicum experience, culminating portfolio, and new procedures for admissions, curriculum mapping, and online instruction based heavily on Google Docs.
Cooke Center for Learning and Development
School Psychologist, 2002 - 2007
I started working for Cooke as a doctoral intern, then accepted a full-time job as a school psychologist in 2004. My responsibilities included counseling preschool through middle school students with disabilities, conducting assessments, and consulting with teachers and parents. While working at Cooke I helped collect, analyze, and report data from a grant-funded program providing educational consultation and services to impoverished neighborhoods in New York City.