Tami is the Academic Department Coordinator for Economics, Religious Studies, Africana Studies, and the Judaic Studies Program.
Tami joined Franklin & Marshall College in December 2001 in the Office of College Advancement. She became the Academic Department Coordinator for the Economics Department in July 2006. Additionally, in July 2007, Tami became the Academic Department Coordinator for Religious Studies and the Judaic Studies Program; and for Africana Studies in July 2017. She served on the Budget Priorities Committee, from 2007 - 2014. In January 2011, Tami completed her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business from Elizabethtown College, through the Continuing Education Program offered at Franklin & Marshall.
In 2017, Tami was awarded the Richard Kneedler Distinguised Service Award. This award is given each year to a member of the professional staff, in recognition of his or her outstanding contributions and demonstrated commitment to the mission of the College. "This award was a huge honor and I am very humbled by the support I have of my faculty and colleagues."
Hobbies include reading, knitting, sunny afternoons on the back of a Harley or on their boat on Raystown Lake, and spending time with her family.