Music, pianos and teaching piano are my passion! Playing the piano has been a life long pursuit. A pursuit that gives me joy and energy every time I sit down to play. This passion transformed itself into piano teaching upon entering college to study music education. My teaching experience covers a wide variety of settings and situations including a school classroom, individual and group piano lessons as well as piano workshops/camps. My experience as a performer includes a performance with the Amernet String Quartet (an internationally recognized performing ensemble), solo and group piano recitals, accompanying choral and instrumental groups and soloists, and I currently serve as the organist and chancel choir accompanist at Shiloh United Methodist Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. I hold a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education from the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music and a Master of Education degree in Educational Administration from Xavier University.