I believe instructors are facilitators of critical thinking, seeking out the ultimate goal of helping students generate new solutions to problems while defining and maintaining individual and societal integrity.
Absorbing information is the first step to learning. Analyzing that information is the next step. The most critical step is synthesizing what we have learned into new ideas and methods, constructing these new concepts into tools to improve the lives of those around us.
I hold a BS in Business Administration from Baker College (Flint, Michigan) and an MBA in Leadership from Walden University based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. During my bachelor’s studies I was consistently on either the Dean’s List or the President’s list.
I have instructed college-level students and I have taught adult education courses. Most courses I instructed were in the area of business administration.
I am an avid runner, golfer, and member of the Billings Chamber of Commerce. I have authored two published books. As a screenwriter, I have one of my works currently in post-production.