Born to Seymour and Pearl Gillman in New York City.
Is a piano accompanist for ballet schools in New York and New Jersey until 1998.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts in education, summa cum laude, from Felician College.
Achieves a Master of Arts in education from New York University.
Is a science teacher for grades 5 and 6 at the Calhoun School in New York City until 2018.
Receives the East Asia Curriculum Development Award and a Curriculum Grant from Cornell University.
Publishes “Constellations are Out of This World – A Historical and Present Day Look at Constellations and the Stories Behind Them” in the Science Teachers Bulletin.
Is involved with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra through today.
Her article “Straw Rockets are Out of This World” is selected in Science and Children and Bringing Stem to the Elementary Classroom categories at NSA STEM Confs.
Is involved with the North Jersey Symphony Orchestra and the August Symphony Orchestra though today.
Serves as an ambassador for the NASA Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution Mission Program.
Serves as a subject area representative in the Elementary Section in NYC for the Science Teachers Association of New York State through today.
Receives the Urhy/Thompson Award and Teacher of the Year Award from the Calhoun School.
Is a science teacher for grades 2, 4 and 6 at the Browning School in New York City through today.
Becomes a National Geographic Certified Educator.
Publishes “Bridges, Buildings and Structures, Oh My!” in the Science Teachers Bulletin.
Becomes a member of Science Educators for Equity, Diversity and Social Justice.
Receives the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award and is named a Marquis Distinguished Leader by Marquis Who’s Who.
Plays in the orchestra for the Vocal Arts Collaborative of New Jersey performance of “The Magic Flute.”