Lehman, of Neffsville, is an instructor of math. He also serves HACC's business, engineering and technology division teaching computer science. Lehman joined the college from Manheim Township High School where he taught mathematics, computer science and statistics. He also has served as an adjunct professor at Elizabethtown College. Lehman holds a bachelor's degree in math education from Kutztown University and a master's degree in computer science from Villanova University.
Mason, of Elizabethtown, joins the college as a biology instructor. She has been an adjunct faculty member at the Lancaster campus since 2002 and has taught at the Harrisburg Campus. Prior to that, she taught at Columbus State Community College and Ohio State University, in Columbus, Ohio. Mason earned a bachelor's degree in forestry from the University of Montana, a teaching certificate from Mansfield University, and a master's degree in microbiology from Ohio State University.
A Lancaster resident, Perry is a maternal child nursing instructor. She has more than 10 years experience providing primary health care services to diverse populations, having served at Hershey Medical Center, St. Joseph's Hospital, East End Women's Health and Birth Center in Tennessee, and May-Grant Associates OB/GYN in Lancaster.
Perry is a nurse midwife, who teaches online at Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing in Hyden, Ky. A certified nurse midwife through the American College of Midwives, Perry has taught midwifery at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee. She holds a bachelor's degree in anthropology from Dickinson College, a bachelor's in nursing from Edinboro University, a master's in nursing from University of Pennsylvania, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Villanova University.
Pryzbylkowski, a Lancaster resident, teaches adult health nursing. She has gained more than 20 years of nursing experience in private practice and various acute care settings, such as Lancaster General Hospital. A certified family practice nurse practitioner, Pryzbylkowski earned her RN at Lancaster General School of Nursing, her bachelor's degree in nursing at Thomas Jefferson University, and her master's degree in nursing at Millersville University.
Sensenig, of Bowmansville, joined the college as an instructor of community health nursing. For the past year, she has served as a full-time temporary clinical instructor of nursing at the Lancaster Campus. In her new role, she manages the Lancaster Campus partnership with Southeast Medical Center to provide health care services and education to low income families in the southern end of Lancaster City. Sensenig and the college's nursing students will work at the site providing valuable services to those in need.
She earned her bachelor's degree in nursing from Kutztown University, her master's degree in nursing from West Chester University, and holds a certificate in rehab nursing.
Schultz is the campus' new clinical coordinator for cardiovascular technology. A Palmyra resident, she has been an adjunct faculty member for the Lancaster and Lebanon campuses in cardiovascular technology for the past two years. Prior to that, she worked at Good Samaritan Hospital in Lebanon as a cardiovascular invasive specialist. A graduate of HACC and Harrisburg Hospital's associate degree program in radiology, Schultz also holds a bachelor's degree in radiology management from Bloomsburg University.