Ms. Anderson began her education career in the Pittsburgh Public School District as a long-term substitute teacher. After accepting a position as a special education math instructor at Howard High School of Technology, she then relocated to Delaware in August 2004. She served in the capacities of instructor, math department chairperson, new teacher mentor, assistant basketball coach, and class advisor at Howard until June 2011. Ms. Anderson then served as a Principal in Residence through the Delaware Leadership Project at Gauger-Cobbs Middle School during the 2011-2012 school year. This was followed by a year at Caesar Rodney High School as an assistant principal. Ms. Anderson then returned to Howard High School of Technology in July 2012 as an assistant principal and continued until she was named an assistant principal at Hodgson in 2019. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh, a Master of Education in Special Education from the University of Pittsburgh, a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from the University of Delaware, and is currently enrolled in the Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership program at the University of Delaware. Ms. Anderson has also completed several leadership development programs including the DASL Aspiring Leadership Development Program, the NCCVT Leadership Academy, the Delaware Leadership Project, and the DASL Executive Leadership Academy Cohort IV.