What I'm Doing Now

I'm slated to teach "Communication for Managers" at the Naval Postgraduate School from January through March 2022. In addition, I'll serve as the advisor to Executive MBA (EMBA) students completing consulting projects for their capstone, or culminating experience in the school's EMBA degree program. 

I've been hired by West Virginia University's Integrated Marketing Communications M.S. degree program to teach its Capstone course for a cohort consisting of students in the U.S. military. These students will develop integrated marketing communications campaigns for real-world organizations. I'm excited to resume my relationship with this program, as I taught classes on public relations, advertising, integrated marketing communications, and crisis communications from 2005-2007 and 2011-2012.  

From May through August 2022, I'll be teaching "Communications Consultancy" for University of San Francisco's MA in Professional Communication. It marks the 20th anniversary of my first experience teaching a very similar class on public relations campaigns, which I've offered as an instructor and consultant over the years since then. 

I'm scheduled to develop and deliver the following webinars for PCI Webinars
  • How to Effectively Run a Meeting (December 8 and 14, 2021)
  • How to Grow and Strengthen Your Team (January 22, 2022)
  • Goal Setting and Achievement (April 5, 2022)
  • Managing Change as an Individual (date TBD)
I'm optimistic that an article I developed based on my experience in teaching the public relations campaigns course will be published a peer-reviewed journal pending my revisions. I'm also awaiting word from Communications Booknotes Quarterly regarding the status of my review of the book Supporting the Military-Affiliated Learner

I continue to develop my French, German, and Spanish language skills by using Duolingo daily, which I've done for 634 consecutive days. 

Check out my current CV here. You'll find my LinkedIn profile here

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Updated December 8, 2021

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