Dr. Jeevanjee has been teaching computer science and mathematics for over 30 years, collectively, at Saint Louis University, Fontbonne University, Project MEGSSS (Mathematics Education for Gifted Secondary School Students), and Nerinx Hall High School. Dr. Jeevanjee received her Ph.D. in mathematics from Saint Louis University in 2000, along with a University Teaching Certificate. The portfolio compiled during the certificate work was kept to be used as an example for future students. She received her B.S. in computer science and mathematics from the University of Houston in 1984, graduating magna cum laude. Prior to teaching in higher education, Dr. Jeevanjee worked in the process control and medical informatics industries as a systems engineer. Even though all of her positions have been teaching positions without research components, Dr. Jeevanjee has contributed significantly to research in the field of Topology. She enjoys running, painting, cooking, and taking ballet classes. She is an associate in the CSJ (Congregation of St. Joseph) community. Her volunteer work includes tutoring mathematics, helping with the theatre and chorus costumes for her daughter’s high school, her church, and neighborhood association. She and her husband, Zulfi, live in Webster Groves, Missouri, with their children, Ryan, Kiran, and Lauren, and their dog, Kuki.