She is a clinical sleep educator who has been working with individuals, students and physicians for over 30 years. She is often referred as a Sleep Geek. She keeps up with the trends in the field of sleep and is happiest when she gets to talk to someone she has helped and finds out how well they are sleeping and how it has changed their life and their health.
She has spoken at conferences around the country and has worked to help create the next generations of sleep technologist
She has been interviewed and published on sleep issues in such publications as Shape.com, MSNBC.com, Todayshow.com Womensday.com, and howstuffworks.com.