BA , Ursinus College JD, Temple University
Courses taught during tenure at the College of New Jersey include Constitutional Rights of the Accused, Legal Problems in the Domestic Setting, Substantive Criminal Law, Torts, Judicial Process, Criminal Justice Systems. She is a former prosecutor for the City of Trenton, New Jersey, and conducted a private practice of law specializing in criminal and civil matters. She is the author of numerous publications in constitutional law and domestic issues, and is the former editor of the National Women Lawyers Journal. She has served as a member of the Ewing Township, NJ, Board of Education, Mayor of Ewing Township, NJ, and as a member of the Mercer County, NJ, Board of Chosen Freeholders. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Women’s Heart Foundation and serves as a trustee for the Friends of the New Jersey State Library.