Capella University - Industrial Organizational Psychology.
Dissertation title: Are Small Business Owners Riskier? An I/O Evaluation of Choices in Health and Risk Factors in a Sample of Small Business Owners. UMI Number with Library of Congress: 3288733
Master of Science 1999
Troy State University. Major-Management, Minor-Human Resources
Bachelor of Science 1998
University of the State of New York (Regents). Major - Liberal Arts, Minor- Education
Baker College Online
April 2009 – Present
Responsible for teaching classes in Industrial Organization Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, and General Psychology. Collaborated with Dean and peers to develop syllabi for Master's program in Psychology. Evaluated and developed rubric for online participation, discussion boards, assignments, and quizzes. Subject matter expert for blackboard usage providing training to other adjunct faculty at annual conference in June of 2009.
RESULTS: Consistent rates of high feedback from students. Member of the faculty consortia for development of Masters program in psychology.
The Graduate Center, City University of New York, School of Professional Studies
June 2008 – Present
Responsible for teaching classes in Personality & Culture, General Psychology, and Research Capstone Projects. Identified and adopted effective and best practices while serving as e-mentor for incoming adjunct faculty. Continue to mentor in techniques and short cuts that maximize student retention and participation with online classes through collaborative efforts and ongoing training. Advocate students continue education by applying to Master's program. Have overseen more than fifteen Capstone projects in both quantitative and qualitative scope. Developed course syllabi and learning outcomes for studies in Personality & Culture, General Psychology, and 4 proposed courses for a new online psychology program. Collaborating with previous student as a mentor on e-portfolios.
RESULTS: Consistent rates of high feedback from students.
Your Personal Gift, Inc.
April 2004 - Present
Began small business from the ground up. The business employs six staff. The use of personnel policies, internal controls, and HR practices for predictive analytics, forecasting, and recommendations for corrective action were developed and have been implemented. Developed written operating procedures, SOP’s, internal controls, cas
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