Deb has served as a two-term president and one-term Secretary for a not-for-profit organization, Association of Chelmsford Theater (ACT). In this capacity, she helped guide the development of the organization from its incorporation to where it is today. She spearheaded fundraising efforts, organized volunteers and oversaw festival co-ordination for the theater arts at Chelmsford High School.
Deb has also volunteered with the Savoyard Light Opera Company (SLOC) in Carlisle, MA as a theater stage manager for 3 years and 2 years as a board member.
When she is not pursuing her volunteer passion, she is busy caring for patients as a clinical pharmacist at Lawrence General Hospital.
Deb’s background education includes a B.S. in Biology from Colby-Sawyer College, a B.S. in Pharmacy from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and a M.S. from Tufts University in Microbiology. She serves as an Adjunct Professor for both Massachusetts College or Pharmacy and Northeastern University. She has been teaching and lecturing in some capacity for over 25 years.
With a background in education and college level teaching, she is passionate about hands on education and the practical application of student education in the classroom to the real world.
Deb lives in Chelmsford with her husband, two sons Chase (McGill ’24) and Hunter (IACS ’23), and her two dogs Maya and Teddy.