Ph.D. 2007 – University of Georgia, Educational Psychology
M.A. 2004 – Wake Forest University, Education
B.A. 1997 – University of West Indies, Mathematics
Areas of Expertise
Holistic Teacher Professional Development
Underrepresentation in STEM
My research lies at the intersection of mathematics education, educational psychology and teacher education. I focus on understanding both the contextual and teacher-specific factors that motivate teacher actions as they plan and instruct with the goal of determining the optimal design features of professional development that allow teachers to thrive.