To make a positive difference in the learning and lives of teachers and learners. To improve the relationships between teaching, learning, curriculum, and technology. To provide leadership and service to the educational community.



My Master of Science in Educational Computing is from Pepperdine University, and my Bachelor of Science in Psychology is from the University of California – Los Angeles. My teaching credential is also from UCLA.


Summary of Qualifications:       

With extensive experience in education, at levels from the K-12 classroom to university classrooms and in private industry as well as the non-profit world, I have the necessary skills and experience to share realistic strategies and visions from a broad perspective. 


Sample Accomplishments:


  • Writing a book for parents on using iPads with their Preschoolers
  • Designing and leading practical, but cutting-edge, curriculum-based, tech-rich courses/classes for educators
  • Leading a professional development and curriculum development company
  • Teaching in classrooms from PK-8 and college as well as working on a high school campus for 1 year
  • Leading professional development in using technology to enhance learning in early learning settings
  • Teaching courses at the university level for teachers of middle school and high school
  • Working as a mentor & teachers’ coach at inner city, isolated rural, and suburban schools
  • Leading workshops and training for a variety of private and non-profit organizations
  • Serving on the Board of Directors of a large non-profit Educational Technology Organization (CUE CA)
  • Providing online training, webinars, mentoring and support for professional growth of educators
  • Establishing and supporting a website for Early Learning Teaching Professionals
  • Serving as adviser and writer for curriculum-rich software development