I earned my BA from The College of Saint Rose in 7-12 Adolescent Mathematics Education, as well as a MS in Teaching and Curriculum with Emphasis in Mathematics Education from Syracuse University and a MSed from The College of Saint Rose in Higher Educational Leadership and Administration. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Mathematics Education at Teachers College, Columbia University with a research focus on flipped learning. Going into my 5th year of public school teaching, I am a high school computer science and mathematics teacher at a suburban high school in NY. I strongly believe in a constructivist approach to teaching with a student-centered approach, and have built my class structure around that philosophy. I have had the pleasure of presenting at over two dozen conferences in the past several years and enjoy sharing my experiences in teaching. In 2017, I was awarded the Lower Hudson Regional Information Center TELL Outstanding Innovative Teacher Award for my use of technology in the classroom and innovative space design. I look forward to what the future holds for transforming education to best support the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s learners.