She has served in a multitude of roles in the healthcare industry. Her professional background includes traineeships as an Administrator Intern Training with Boynton Beach Rehab Nursing, a Healthcare Business Consultant, an Educator Network Trainee for HIV/AIDS and STD with the CDC, Crisis Emergency communication Preparedness with the CDC, a Data Interpreter for Public Health Professionals with University of Washington, a Pharmaceutical Sales Representative with the National Association of Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives, Improving Patient Safety: Reflections on the Past-Improvements for Tomorrow with McKesson Corporation, Markov Decision Process Analytic Methods for Sequential with Society Medical Making, Monitoring the Public’s Health: Using Data from the National Center for Health Statistics with the American Public Health Association, National Medicare Training with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Your Medicare Rights & Protections & an Overview of the National Medicare Training Program Products with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Medicare Part D with the Academy of Health.
In the field of higher education, she has served as an abstract reviewer for the American Public Health Association-Student Assembly (APHA-SA), Gerontological Health Services section, HIV/AIDS section, and the World Federal Public Health Association also served as a manuscript reviewer for the International Journal of Collaborative Research on Internal Medicine & Public Health (IJCRIMPH). She also served on a Policy Committee which involved reviewing policies for Medicare. She was one of the writer’s for the Get Ready: Pandemic Flu. She also contributed on the APHA-PHCAT, which involved updating old policies to reflect current trends and laws.She has been published several articles