A "Teacher/Influencer" by nature (ENFJ in Myers Briggs terms), I'm committed to creating an engaging, inclusive learning environment that helps students achieve their potential. To that end, I've researched learning styles and I experiment with and obtain student feedback on materials on an ongoing basis. I'm also keenly interested in social science, neuroscience and emerging trends, gleaning insights from Google's Project Aristotle and researchers such as Angela Duckworth, Carol Dweck, Amy Edmundson, Adam Grant and Harold Jarche.
I've been a member of Mendocino College's business faculty for over 3 years, teaching Introductory Business, Green Business, Entrepreneurship, Marketing and Human Resource Management courses online using Etudes and Canvas platforms. I'm an "A"-rated faculty member and instructor, scoring 4/4 on all five faculty evaluation criteria including knowledge of subject matter, teaching ability, learning environment, course organization and materials and other professional responsibilities. My average student rating across 14 evaluation criteria is 3.79/4.0.
I recently joined the faculty of Saddleback College. I'll be teaching Microeconomics this Summer and Macroeconomics in the Fall, using Lumen Learning OER (Open Education Resources) course materials and Blackboard and Canvas platforms, respectively.
M.B.A., Marketing & Finance, Kellogg Graduate School of Management (Northwestern University)
B.A., Economics, Barat College