What I'm Doing Now

I'm currently teaching three sections of "Communication Strategies for Leadership" at the Naval Postgraduate School. I'm also preparing to teach "Ethical Leadership in Public Organizations" at the same school this fall. 

I've been hired by West Virginia University's Integrated Marketing Communications M.S. degree program to teach its Capstone course. Student 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.  

I'm scheduled to develop and deliver the following webinars for PCI Webinars

  • Essential Morning Practices for Self-Care (August 19, 2021)
  • Personal Knowledge Management Strategies and Tools (September 16, 2021)
  • How to Effectively Run a Meeting (December 8 and 14, 2021)
  • How to Grow and Strengthen Your Team (January 22, 2022)

A piece I developed based on my experience in teaching the public relations campaigns course is under review. I've also been asked by Communications Booknotes Quarterly to review the book Supporting the Military-Affiliated Learner

I'm participating in a panel presentation at the Association for Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC)'s annual conference, which will take place on August 5, 2021. The title of my talk is "When Pedagogy Meets Pandemic: COVID's Consequences for Nontraditional Research Academic," and it's sponsored by AEJMC's Public Relations Division.   

I continue to develop my Spanish language skills by using Duolingo daily, which I've done for 490 consecutive days, to be more specific. 

Finally, I'm enrolled in the National Speaker Association/Northern California's Speakers Academy. I will complete the program in September 2021. 

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

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Updated July 23, 2021

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