I am a graduate of Kent State University where I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. In addition, I earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Strayer University. Currently, I am pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University. In addition, I teach Economics for the Non-Profit Sector at John Carroll University, as well as macro and microeconomics at Baldwin Wallace University and Cuyahoga Community College. Other courses taught include Public Finance and Economics at Cleveland State University and Economic Development at John Carroll University. My teaching philosophy encompasses an analytical approach to problem solving and encourages collaboration to ensure academic growth and development. I am dedicated to introducing and expanding the concepts of macro and microeconomics by applying them to real-world challenges at the local, national and international levels. During my several years of teaching experience I have had the pleasure of interacting with students of all ages, races, socioeconomic statuses, gender, and ethnic backgrounds. I have been enriched personally and professionally by the contributions these students have made to their respective student bodies.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Kent State University at Kent - Bachelor in Arts, Economics
Graduate Degree: Strayer University-Ohio - Masters in Business Administration, Business Administration and Management
I enjoy cooking, traveling, building plastic models, and reading books about history.
High School Economics