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Sally is currently an Adjunct Faculty member for the Department of Health and Exercise Science. She is teaching undergraduate students about the importance of having a comprehensive health education program in schools that starts early in Pre-K and Kindergarten and continues throughout High School. She is a retired Education Development Specialist for the State of New Jersey serving the New Jersey Department of Health. Sally has been recognized for her work and contributions in the field of public health for improving and promoting the health of the residents of the State of New Jersey. She has always maintained her passion and interests in teaching others about current health issues and topics, while promoting healthy choices and decisions for establishing a healthy foundation for one’s entire life.

While working, she served on many professional boards and organizations in her area of discipline. Early in her career, she was as an Elementary Health Educator for the Bordentown Regional School District teaching young children the importance of establishing healthy lifestyles.

As a retiree, Sally also enjoys volunteering with community groups and organizations and spending time with her family.

What does being a TCNJ Alumnus mean to you?

My educational experiences and the knowledge obtained at the college allowed me to be successful in my professional endeavors. I enjoyed many years of teaching elementary school aged-children and serving as a Coordinator of medical surge capacity for large-scale emergencies for the State of New Jersey. The field of health is a dynamic discipline to work in. While attending college, I had outstanding college professors that served as role models for me. These individuals were outstanding educators in the field of Health and Physical Education. They demonstrated effective teaching strategies and good character characteristics that greatly impacted my life and having a career in Health.

I am looking forward to serving on the TCNJ HES Alumni Board and representing the graduates of our department, while supporting the mission and goals of the HES Alumni Board.