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Administrative Assistant II

  • In providing administrative support to the many Parkinson researchers, I always feel that I make their lives easier by handling all of the administrative minutia so that they can focus on their research work for the benefit of all mankind. I feel privileged to work with these great minds who strive to develop ways to make our lives healthier and safer. When not at work, I spend the majority of my time with my first love, my 14 year old Mini Schnauzer. He is my delight and never hesitates to make me smile.  My second love is books - you can keep your Kindle and give me a book I can hold, bend pages and can share with others. 

    • BS Early Childhood Development, Northern University, DeKalb, IL 

    What's it like to teach at Parkinson?

    What I appreciate most about the Parkinson School is its consistent effort to foster an inclusive organization environment. Being a new school, the Parkinson School has the ability to start fresh and has taken advantage of the opportunity to really listen to faculty and staff and implement their suggestions to make the Parkinson School a great place to work.

    What called you to or attracted you to Loyola?

    I love that Loyola is a Jesuit, Catholic University that seeks God in all things and works to expand knowledge in the service of humanity through learning, justice and faith.