Why I Teach
I teach in higher education, and more specifically at Wesley College, because I like sharing my international and business experiences with students because their careers will depend upon making wise decisions in these areas.
Prior to arriving at Wesley College, I taught at several academic institutions. My teaching career began 1970 in Germany where I taught for four years. I also lived in Japan for three years and am affiliated with the Societe Internationale pour L’Enseignement Commercial/International Society for Business Education (SIEC-ISBE). Other professional affiliations consist of membership in the National Business Education Association, and the American Association of University Women.
I am a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Society, the Sigma Beta Delta Business Honor Society and other honor societies. I am a past recipient of the Wesley College Exemplary Teaching Award from the General Board of Higher Education and the United Methodist Church. I am also included in “Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers” as a multiple-year nominee, served as chair of the Business Department, and served as a team evaluator on the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).
I have engaged in extensive research, published numerous publications, and presented at professional conferences over my academic career in international business, strategic management, gender equity, and financial literacy. I conducted research, for credit at Harvard University, from June-December 1996 under the advisement of Harvard Professor Dean Whitla (FAS) after attending the Summer Institute on College Admissions (SICA).
I had an article published in the News Journal’s Delaware Voice section on October 26, 2012 as a result of one of my research projects focusing on trends in career fields such as Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The title of the article was “Nontraditional female career paths an American reality.” The article also appeared on Change the Equation (CTEq) website on October 29, 2012. Change the Equation (CTEq) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, CEO-led initiative that is mobilizing the business community to improve the quality of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning in the United States. CTEq’s coalition of 100 CEO members
In 2013, I published an article entitled “Gender-specific jobs keep holding back the economy” in the News Journal on Labor Day, September 2. I attended the Annual Kent County Economic Summit held September 24, 2013 at Delaware Technical Community College in Dover, DE, where I collaborated with two other commissioners in briefing attendees at the Summit on the state of the economy using a poster exhibit on Economic Equity.
I was also appointed to serve on the State Board of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) in Delaware through June 2016 and appointed by the Governor to serve on the Delaware Commission for Women which is one of the agencies within the Delaware State Department.
- Ed.D., Temple University
- M.B.A., Southern Illinois University
- M.A., Central Michigan University
- B.A., Wright State University
- A.A., Riverside City College
- BA212 International Business
- BA430 Business Policy and Strategy
- MG400 Organizational Behavior
- MK306 Consumer Behavior
- MK412 International Marketing
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