- Created and implemented the dance curriculum and the dance major at AACC.
- Director and founder of the AACC Dance Company.
- Established a service-learning component at AACC, enabling the dancers to give miniperformances at multiple Anne Arundel County public schools.
- Grant partner with AACPS allowing accomplished AACC dance students to choreograph and be compensated for setting works on the AACPS students for performance.
- Established the AACC Youth Dance Festival and Youth Dance Instruction program through continuing education.
- Served over ten years on boards of Maryland Council for Dance (president 2002-2005), and Ballet Theatre of Maryland (vice president 1998-99).
- AACC Distinguished Service Award for exceptional contributions and significant changes affecting the total college community.
- NISOD recipient for teaching excellence.
- Kauffman Award for Performing Arts (first recipient).
- AACC Department of Public Safety Commendation for Outstanding Service to the College Community.
- National conference presenter: NDEO (National Dance Education Organization).
- M.A.: Stanford University in Education with a concentration in dance.
- B.A.: Connecticut College in English and Dance.
- Studied with Winthrop Cory, Daniel Nagrin, Lenore Latimer, Mel Wong, Marcus Schulkind, Juan Valenzuela, Inga Weiss, David Dorfman, Doug Varone.
- Master classes and performances throughout the United States.
- Faculty member, scholarship instructor, and adjudicator for the Maryland State Dance Festival.
- Performed professionally with "The Great American Entertainment Company" (live and on national television): Los Angeles.
- Guest artist: California, Utah, Texas, Maine, New Mexico, Virginia, New York, North Carolina, Maryland and New Jersey.
- Taught dance at Stanford University “STARTS” program.
- Former full-time dance faculty at West Virginia University; directed a university dance company and choreographed for the Women’s Division I Varsity Gymnastics Team.
- Commissioned to set works on several schools and companies in Maryland, Maine, California and Virginia.