Q: Did you have any memorable professors or classes during your York College experience?
A: Dr. VanTassel, Political Philosophy and Dr. Kulbicki, Campaigns and Elections. I enjoyed both classes and both helped me to solidify my perspective.
Q: As a professional, what is the most valuable piece of advice you've received?
A: Whether you are an employee or the top executive, surround yourself with the best possible team. My experience at Bridge is especially rewarding because I have an amazing team of people I get to work with every day.
Q: While leading the Bridge Educational Foundation, what accomplishment are you most proud of?
A: Helping other mothers choose the best educational options for their children. It’s a choice many mothers would not have without a Bridge scholarship.
Q: At work, how do you spend your unscheduled time?
A: Planning ahead, budgeting, fundraising or plotting scholarship announcement events. Advocating to advance and expand Pennsylvania's educational tax credit programs so that more children can have access to scholarships.
Q: What advice would you give to current York College students, particularly women students, who seek leadership positions at nonprofit organizations?
A: Nonprofit budgets are tight and executives serve many roles. Pick a cause you are passionate about, diversify your educational background, and be eager to learn new skills on the job.