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I'm an Assistant Professor in the School of Sciences at Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, Virginia, with an interest in making climate change and public and global health issues understandable for everyone.
I hold a BS in Environmental Science/Public Health from Rutgers University and a Master of Environmental Health degree from East Tennessee State University. My fields of research have included climate change, bullying behaviors amongst adolescent women, and the Affordable Care Act.
Prior to teaching, my broad employment background includes experience in epidemiology and health education at the state and international levels, private consulting in infection control and OSHA compliance, and as a corporate trainer, chemical safety specialist, and quality control engineer in the naval nuclear fuel industry.