Center for Sensing Science and Technology Applied Physics Laboratory
525 Northwestern Avenue 740 Navco Drive
West Lafayette, Indiana 47907
Lafayette, Indiana 47905
Telephone: (765) 496-2281 Telephone: (765) 449-4949
Fax: (765) 496-2282 Fax: (765) 447-9278
3304 S. 11th Street
Lafayette, IN 47909-2922 Home 765-474-4929
Education Bachelor of Science in Management, School of Management, Purdue University,
West Lafayette, Indiana 47907
Concentration: Labor Relations Minor: Psychology
Professional 2004 to present Purdue University West Lafayette, IN 47907
Administrative Assistant, Center for Sensing Science and Technology (CSST)
Applied Physics Laboratory (APL)
Assist in all facets of these Purdue affiliations.
The CSST Programs have been working on a development of multiple detector systems
using differing technology with external funding of ~ $3M per year since August 2000.
Currently the CSST has five on-going programs: Integrated Detection of Hazardous
Materials (IDHM) Program; Neutron-Based Sensors (NBS) Programs; Micro-
Array/Nano-enabled Sensors (MA/NES) Program; De-mining/Explosives Detection
(D/ED) Program; and Radiological/Nuclear Materials (RNM) Program.
In 2003, Purdue University and the CSST established a new laboratory facility, Purdue
University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) with professor David Koltick appointed as
Director. The APL is heavily involved with IDHM, NBS, D/ED, and RNM Programs in
addition to other applied physics programs. New laboratory facilities at the APL enable
faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students to perform world-class research in
several areas of applied physics.
1998-2004 Purdue University West Lafayette, IN 47907
Business Manager, School of Chemical Engineering
Department of Interdisciplinary
Analyze an eight million dollar ($8,000,000) school budget and assist the department head
with information to manage budgets. Process proposals and implement departmental
awards. Attend trainings on campus and communicate this knowledge to staff.
Other duties include:
Delegating travel, payroll and purchasing to account clerks in office
approving these functions; recruiting clerks, generating performance reviews and coaching
staff; taking part in a four person undergraduate scholarship committee and making sure
that the awards are given accurately through the financial aid system; Assist in making the
transition of faculty members to and from the University a uniform process.
Reconciling the 22 million dollar 'New Wing Campaign', the new faculty start-up
commitments (approx. 5 million dollars), the general funds and the sponsored research
Responsible for submission of proposals to agencies such as, but not limited to National
Science Foundation, National Institute of Health, State of Indiana, and the Department of
1997-1998 Purdue University West Lafayette, IN 47907
Loan Collection Officer
Responsible for collection on a portion of delinquent student loans using telephone and
written techniques. Documented these techniques and followed-up on a monthly basis.
Coordinated loan consolidation paperwork and initiated assignments of old loans to the
Department of Education
1994-1996 Andover, Incorporated Lafayette, IN 47904
Inside Sales Administrator
Total operational responsibility for in-house sales and accounts receivable collections for
both the Lafayette and Kenton Ohio facilities. Position included supervision of inside sales
clerk, preparation of shipping manifests, billing, customer inquiries, order entry, price
quoting, customer complaints, order expediting and communication with outside sales.
1981-1994 University Book Store West Lafayette, IN 47906
Various Managerial Positions
Office Manager, Personnel Coordinator, Trade Book Manager & Textbook staff and
'Book Rush' coordinator. Activities included: Supervision and scheduling of part time
students (120), data entry of adopted textbook material, reconciliation of all sales, over-
seeing all accounts receivables, responsibility for all accounts payables, supervision of
payroll, and responsibility for all accounting reports related to the business.
Skills Financial: All forms related to Purdue University, ranging from payroll forms to printing
services forms, proposal preparation & review, bi-weekly & monthly payroll.
Supervisory: Responsible for daily operation of departmental business office. Manage
and train employees.
Training Skills: COEUS training team (proposal budget development also) and DSS/
Brio Query Assistant Trainer
Interpersonal: Function professionally and effectively with a diverse group of faculty,
staff, students and outside sponsors. Excellent communications skills.
Computer: NSF Fast lane system, ARIBA purchasing system, Explorer, Netscape,
Purdue data base systems, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
References Furnished upon request