In 2011, I joined the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Belmont University. Originally from Clarksville, Tennessee, I earned my Bachelor of Industrial Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA. While pursuing my bachelor’s degree, I worked as a Co-Op student for Georgia Power Company in Atlanta and after graduation worked as an Engineer with South Central Bell in Nashville. I returned to academics to earn my Master of Science in Statistics and Ph.D. in Management Science from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville where I taught undergraduate courses in Management. My dissertation research involved mixed-model assembly line sequencing in a build-to-order environment.
Early in my teaching career I was a professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Memphis for four years. I have also consulted to help streamline operations in industries. My teaching experience is in Operations Research, Probability Models, Elementary Statistics, Mathematical Inquiry, and Mathematical Reasoning.
I truly love teaching and math. The students, faculty and staff at Belmont are inspiring and I enjoy my job tremendously. When not at Belmont, I enjoy spending time with my husband, Marty, and twin daughters, Holly and Emily, at our home in Franklin. We are a family active in sports, school activities, the outdoors, and our church.
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