I am a full time assistant teaching professor, in which I am the instructor for various undergraduate courses, including Abnormal Psychology and Developmental Psychology. Additionally, I am the head advisor for the Psychology Department, assisting students regarding the completion of the requirements to complete a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. I also advise students interested in pursuing a graduate degree in clinical psychology. I am currently the President of the Massachusetts Psychological Association, and I have also served on the Board of Directors for Division 18 (Psychologists in Public Service) of the American Psychological Association. I am a practicing licensed psychologist, specializing in geriatric neuropsychology, and have worked in several clinical settings, including state prisons, VA hospitals, private practice, nursing homes, and community mental health centers. My areas of clinical and research interest include adult and geriatric neuropsychology (particularly dementia and traumatic brain injury) and public service psychology.