I am a proud member of the Hubbard community since 2018 and as one of your technology coordinators, I look forward to bringing innovative technologies into the classroom for our students, teachers and staff. The IT department and I always welcome your feedback, suggestions and support in order to improve the quality of our technology throughout the school. Please, feel free to use the Google Tech Form to voice your thoughts!
Originally born in Munster, Indiana, I lived and spent most of my childhood in Hammond, Indiana and the Southwest side of Chicago. I am a proud CPS graduate from John Hancock College Prep High School (Class of 2013). During my college years, I worked part-time as a CPS Intern in IT to better prepare myself for my future! I recently graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) with a Bachelor’s degree in Information and Decision Sciences (IDS)—Class of 2017. I know what you are thinking, you have probably never heard of my major! My major entails the use of Business Analytics, Computer Information Systems, Database Management and Project Management skills in order to be a business technologist. Not only do I like working with technology but I enjoy working with people which is why I chose to enroll in the UIC College of Business Administration. I have a passion for not only helping others but also in raising their understanding of technology in our daily lives. I constantly find myself in the roles of a technology and network consultant—bringing people and technology together. For these reasons and many more I chose to stay in my community and work in a CPS school after completing my degree.
Most importantly, as a recent college graduate and new technology coordinator, I like to be a role model for our students! I always welcome students in my office who are interested to learn more about technology or need advice on academic and life goals. Please see me in room 222 to learn how you can make a difference volunteering after school to improve Hubbard’s integration of 21st century technology—you can even earn service learning hours!