My affiliation with Mt. San Jacinto College spans over twenty-five (25) years beginning with my enrolling in an evening math course while attending high school. I earned degrees in pure mathematics from the University of California. I began teaching mathematics as an instructor for The Princeton Review and subsequently as an associate instructor in mathematics and lecturer at the University of California. I joined Mt. San Jacinto College as an associate instructor and administrator of evening academic programs at the Menifee Valley Campus. Shortly thereafter, I joined the faculty full-time and have attained the rank of associate professor. I have served as: chair of the college's budget committee; chair of the Menifee Valley Campus Mathematics Department; and interim dean of instruction of the math/science division. I currently serve on the Tenure Review Committee.