I am currently an Associate Professor of Chemistry at Camden County College, and have been teaching Chemistry at CCC since September of 2012. Prior to joining the faculty at CCC, I worked as a senior scientist at Pfizer in Sanford, NC, for approximately three years. I built multivariate models and worked with process analytical technology to calibrate in-process sensors for real-time continuous monitoring of large molecule intermediates in support of vaccine production. Prior to working at Pfizer, I also taught Chemistry at Rowan University as an Assistant Professor. I earned my Ph.D. in Chemometrics from the University of Delaware in 2005 under the advisement of Professor Steven D. Brown.
"I participated in the Princeton-Camden County College Teaching Mentorship during the 2020 Academic Year, where I mentored a graduate student transitioning to a professional career as a faculty member. This partnership occurred during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, so this was definitely a partnership that me and my mentee will never forget.
I had the pleasure of mentoring a Princeton graduate student, John Barr, in the Spring and Fall 2020 academic semesters as part of the GradFUTURES Mentorship Program. I met with John weekly during the spring 2020 semester, as he shadowed my classroom and lab to become familiar with our education process, prior to his teaching a chemistry course in the fall semester. We continued this mentorship in Fall of 2020 while John was teaching as an adjunct in our department. We met weekly to coordinate lab and lecture schedules to standardize the education experience for our students."
Yes, I am open to being contacted by a Princeton Graduate Student for an informational interview!