· Ph.D. in Human Communication, School of Communication, University of Denver, Denver, CO.
· M.B.A., Daniels College of Business, University of Denver, Denver, CO.
· B.S.B.A., Regis University, Denver, CO.
Professor, Master of Arts Program, College for Professional Studies, Regis University, Denver, CO. 03/11 to present.
Track Leader, All Conference Theme - Leadership Across the Great Divides: Bridging Cultures, Contexts and Complexities. ILA Conference Planning team for 2012 International Conference, Denver, CO. October 24-27, 2012.
Faculty Chair, Social Sciences Department, Professor, College for Professional Studies, Regis University, Denver, CO. 6/00 to 03/11.
Communication, Applied Psychology, Sociology, Criminology
(undergraduate and graduate), BFA, BAS
Communication, Applied Psychology, Sociology, Criminology (undergraduate and graduate), BFA, BAS
Consulting to organizations, both for-profit and non-profit, in the areas of conflict management, group process and teambuilding, and problem-solving.
Facilitate workshops and consult with faculty and administration at member schools around faculty and curriculum development.
Center for Management Development, University of Denver, Denver, CO. 1999 to 2002.
Facilitate professional development programs for executives, including Language of Leaders: Influencing Effectively; and Coaching for Improved Performance.
Associate Director, Institute for Professional Excellence, Daniels College of Business, University of Denver, Denver, CO. 8/93 to 7/95.
Director-Graduate Business Career Services, University of Denver, Denver CO. 8/91 to 8/93.
Director-Undergraduate Business Placement, University of Denver, Denver, CO. 1/90 to 8/91.
Positions prior to 1990, Denver, CO. Various positions in the automotive, oil & gas, and real estate industries; legal and district attorney’s offices. Over fifteen years hands-on experience with all facets of small business management, including information systems, accounting, financial reporting, human resources, cost containment, inventory, program development and marketing. Experience in coordinating business activities between various interests. Sample activities:
Professor, Regis University, 2000 - present
College for Professional Studies, August 2000 to present.
Undergraduate and graduate courses, accelerated and intensive formats
Instructor, University of Denver: 1995 - 2001
Daniels College of Business, The Women's College, June 1996 to September 2001.
Undergraduate courses, traditional and accelerated formats
Department of Human Communication Studies, September 1996 to June 2001.
Undergraduate and Graduate courses
University College, September 1998 to June 2001.
Graduate Level Courses
Graduate Teaching Fellowship, Department of Human Communication Studies, University of Denver, Denver, CO. 1995 to 1998.