College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Visionary educator, creative thinker, visual artist, community organizer, and educational management professional. Licensed Clinical psychologist, performs well in self starting, entrepreneurial environments, distance learning and online higher education administration.
Experience in conceptualizing and implementing systemic change processes (blending best ideas from traditional academic environments with technological advances in distance learning environments). Wealth of experience in re-imagining processes; faculty mentoring and training, community organizing, social service management, program development, program evaluation, research and statistics, grant writer secured over $148k in funding from local, state, and federal sources. Health disparities scholar 2002 with National Minority Health and Health Institute, (NIH).
Fourteen + years teaching experience in psychology, social sciences, and education; graduate and undergraduate levels, published peer reviewed academic author (American Psychologist, Child Development), respected Academic leader; over 40+ national and international conference presentations, public speaking, fictional writer, artist/painter, and self taught musician/singer-songwriter.