Intro to Oral Communication - Bus 85 - Fall & Spring
Management Communications - Bus 102 - Fall & Spring
Introduction To Business - Bus 2 - Fall & Spring
Professor of Management, Sierra College (1998 to current)
M.A. Management, Chapman University, Orange, CA
M.A. Mass Communication, specialization in Advertising, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
B.A. Communication, California State University, Sacramento, CA
Organizational leader with 15 years experience managing operations, marketing, development, strategic alliances and sales.
Worked for ARS, CBS, Entercom, Sebastian International, Wella and a handful of small business enterprises and non-profit organizations.
Specialties include: managing human capital, training, public relations, advertising, promotions and marketing planning.
Creator of a non-profit awareness campaign and documentarian.
Why I Teach? How I teach?
I was the first in my family to graduate from college. I quickly had to learn how to navigate through the educational system without support from my family.
I make it a point to encourage all of my students and I serve as a resource to help them during their academic journey.
I enjoy watching students succeed and hope that I can influence them to become lifelong learners. That's why I teach...and maybe because I get a really long summer vacation.
My teaching style varies between demonstrator and facilitator. I tend to have a more student-centered approach and students who are active learners appreciate this classroom environment.
A typical week in my class will consist of a mixture of lectures, group discussions, student to student collaborations, activities and experiences.
I'll find a way to link learning—what's in the textbook to the real world. Every once in a while you'll find that an uncommon classroom activity, such as building paper airplanes, has a direct application to what we are studying. And if you don't see the connection, at least you take home a souvenir.