I have over 20 year of grant management experience. I have managed small locally funded grants and large state and federal grants. My interests are in developing efficient systems and sustainable processes that ease the cognitive burden of leaders and researchers so that they can focus on their interests and strengths. In addition to developing sustainable administrative processes through consistent iterative adjustments, my academic interest is in leadership and volunteer administration.
Current Role at Stanford
To provide support to research faculty by building out the research infrastructure. These supports include: manuscript resources, proposal development tools, data science experts, clinical research workflows.
Education & Certifications
Master of Science, East Tennessee State University, Health Administration (MHA) (2023)
Master of Art, Lipscomb University, Civic Leadership (MCL) (2013)
Bachelor of Art, Indiana University, Communication: Persuasion and Nonverbal (BA) (2004)
Service, Volunteer and Community Work
Certified Volunteer Administration (CVA), Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration (12/1/2013 - Present)
Received the only professional certification for administrators of volunteers in 2013.
- Financial Management Volunteer Administration, Professional Practice, Fourth Edition LexisNexis. 2021; 4: 215-224