I develop online training material for for a variety of technical subjects for students. These materials provide students with the necessary skills to become successful in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Additionally, I have taught online classes for professional development. Also, I taught four semesters of Statistical and Probability Theory at Bradley University located in Peoria, Illinois. Currently, I provide software engineering development, business consulting, and information management for small to medium sized businesses.
From my 25 years of experience as a professional problem-solver, I have found that there is “more than one way to climb a mountain” when it comes to practical problem solving. I bring this “more than one way to climb a mountain” approach into my classroom. I encourage my students to solve classroom problems using their own perspectives and skills. Classroom discussions focus on the idea that there is more than one right way to solve problems, and we compare, contrast and learn the pros and cons of each approach in a thoughtful environment.
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I received my Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Florida in 1992. In 1994, I completed a Master of Science in Operations Research from the University of Florida.
A seasoned, enterprising data scientist with more than twenty-five years of experience in applying and implementing data science, and operations research techniques. These methodologies successfully provide consistent and structured ways to improve business processes that impact the financial bottom line of a company.