My goal is, and has been, to lead the way for better mathematics education. To that end, I was president of NYSAMS, the New York State Association of Mathematics Supervisors for the past twenty-six months. I am currently president of ATMNYC (Association of Teachers of Mathematics of New York City) and Executive District Representative of Region C for AMTNYS (Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State), responsible for 13 counties. As president of the Long Island Mathematics Conference Board, I oversee scholarships for high school seniors and preside over one of the largest one day regional mathematics conferences in the Northeast, bringing effective professional development to hundreds. As a college professor, I try to instill the importance of active learning styles that will lead to more meaningful mathematical experiences for both students and teachers. I am delighted to work with my colleagues on a national level, to learn from them and assist in any way I can.