Multidimensional Experience & Expertise – The Lifelong Learner
As my LinkedIn profile demonstrates, I’ve got a varied background that has enabled me to be a key player in a variety of organizations. My skills run the gamut from training large groups of teachers nationally to providing consulting to start-ups and helping small businesses with social media support and customized software integration assistance. Currently there is a large need for parental support for e-learning and home schooling, so my 17 years of teaching and tutoring has led me to start E-Learning RescueTM to provide greatly needed tutoring assistance during these uncertain times.
As a five-year survivor of traumatic brain injury, I’ve overcome major adversity. I continue to grow a large network of professional contacts worldwide that complement my diverse interests. I’m an advocate for brain injury survivors and I love learning about neuroscience and brain-based learning. I collaborate with individuals in the virtual and augmented reality industry, and I’ve assisted with software integration for medical practices and other small businesses requiring hands-on-deck training. My current focus on assisting families with e-learning and mentoring K-12 teachers and college professors keeps me challenged and busy. Luckily, I love a great challenge!
I enjoy consulting for technology start-ups. Assisting diverse clients with marketing pitches and content creation for products aimed at the education, medical, and manufacturing marketplaces is exciting work. Got a product you’d like to introduce to K-12 schools or universities? I’ll happily share my expertise from nine years of working with large and small educational institutions. My experiences working for and presenting to the virtual & augmented reality industry have convinced me that immersive learning and technologies will be a huge growth industry in the next ten years. Lovin’ that!
Here’s a summary of my teaching and training qualifications. (*To learn more about my other endeavors visit my LinkedIn profile.)
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