I began teaching at Rutgers School of Nursing in Fall of 2014 as an adjunct faculty member and became full–time faculty in Spring of 2015. Since my full-time appointment at the School of Nursing, I have served as both faculty and the Clinical Learning Coordinator on the Blackwood campus. This is a satellite campus of New Brunswick where students combine two years at the community college with two years at the university to earn the baccalaureate degree in nursing. My areas of expertise include simulation, fundamentals of nursing, and community health nursing. I hold certifications relevant to my faculty position including the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) from the National League for Nursing and the Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE) from the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSIH). Over the past several years, I successfully completed my educational doctorate degree and published several scholarly articles related to educational research. In addition to my other faculty responsibilities, I was appointed the Assistant Program Director on the Blackwood campus in January of 2022. In this new leadership role, I have been tasked with improving student engagement and satisfaction levels in this setting. Most recently, in June of 2022 I was promoted to the rank of Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing.