Physical Education / Sports

I started my teaching career in New York City teaching Physical Education grades K-12. I hold a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business from LeMoyne College, Master’s degree in Elementary Education from Fordham University, and a Master’s degree from Manhattanville College in Physical Education. I am certified by the state of Florida to teach Physical Education grades K-12. Before I began my teaching career, I played professional baseball in the Philadelphia Phillies farm system. I am also a nationally certified personal fitness trainer. I am beginning my third-year teaching at St. Michael, where I also coach baseball, cross country, and flag football.

I am married and have three daughters, all of whom graduated from St. Michael.
I am a Eucharistic Minister at St. Michael Church and part of the Emmaus group.
I started working part-time at St. Michael in 1995 as a softball coach and since then have been coaching a number of sports; such as basketball, football, cross-country, and baseball. In 2006, I started working full time as the Athletic Director and Assistant P.E. coach.
In addition, I serve as the Camp Director for the annual summer camp.