M.S. in Educational &Instructional Technology with a Specialization in Higher Education
Instructor, Business Administration., Computer Science & Business Office Tech. Department (S.R. & Petaluma Campuses, 17yrs.)
Coordinator/ Department Chair, Business Office Technology at Mendocino College, 2 yrs.
Associate Professor, Dominican University of California, Communications & Business Departments, 5 yrs. (concurrent w/ above)
SRJC Contract Education; marketing, supervising, scheduling, and presenting multiple clients/projects, 7 yrs.
Business Success Program Coordinator/Instructor (a joint training program w/ SRJC & California EDD Job-Link)
DTREC (District Tenure Review & Evaluation Committee) 4+ years
Business and Professional Studies Cluster Curriculum / Tech Committee Member
Curriculum Committee Department Representative
S.L.O. (Student Learning Outcome) Coordinator/developer for Business Administration Department
AFA (All Faculty Association) Executive Council member (past)
Business Department Advisory Councils member
Past member/ leadership on numerous task forces, peer reviews, special projects, and committees
Active involvement in MPICT, an academic Information & Communications Technology professional group), 5 yrs.
Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, I grew up in San Diego and Los Angeles, attending UCLA, Pepperdine, and National University. I pursued a career in corporate training was the Director of Training and Development for IHOP Corp. and other large corporations before relocating to Sonoma County for a quality-of-life change to enjoy the Northern California lifestyle.
I enjoy teaching and working with the great diversity of students here at SRJC where I teach a variety of Business and technology courses. My teaching schedule has included a very diverse selection of courses such as Bookkeeping, Business Math, QuickBooks, and Microsoft Office courses, plus a wide variety of self-paced courses. If you are in a BOT Certificate program, we'll likely see one another!
When not on campus, I am busy in our vineyards raising Chardonnay, Syrah, Pinot, and Zinfandel grapes along with sheep, chickens, horses, and llamas. I look forward to seeing you in class!
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We are all experiencing the challenge of a fast-paced
Ever-changing world. New technologies and access to information and data continue to open new opportunities for us all. Technology in education continues to create new ways of learning. The education of tomorrow will be very different from that of the past. You will be able to learn more at your own pace and be able to follow your interests. It is exciting to watch how this evolution is happening.
Welcome to the Fall 2014 Semester!