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Professional Experience


Instructional Designer

University of Phoenix, School of Business


Rio Salado College, CBP Avondale

Curriculum Coordinator

University of Arizona, College of Medicine-Phoenix

Computer Instructor

City of Phoenix, Housing Department

Instructional Design

  • Develop, implement & enhance online courses & materials in a higher education environment
  • Enhance online curriculum with storyboarding, interactive learning objects, & multimedia
  • Work with faculty/SMEs to establish clear course objectives and topics
  • Manage project activities to ensure progress & completeness by established deadlines
  • Evaluate materials to ensure compliance with 508 compliance standards and diversity for learners
  • Produce professional development, staff orientation, and training materials
  • Formulate course recommendations & improvements based on student learning assessments
  • Participate in the development, implementation, & evaluation of student assessment activities
  • Design graphic materials to provide a visually compelling online presence
  • Research, test, & implement emerging teaching/learning tools & strategies


  • Professional development in emerging technologies and their use in education
  • College readiness for new college students (enrollment, program research, financial aid)
  • Intermediate and beginner computer courses
  • High school equivalency preparation
  • Faculty/staff training in LMS usage


  • Web 2.0 technologies (e.g. social networking, blogging, mobile apps, curating)
  • Various LMS  (e.g. Blackboard , Curriculum, D2L, Moodle, Canvas, Google Classroom, One45)
  • Google Apps for Education
  • Various application suites (e.g. Microsoft, Apple, Google)



M.S. Educational Technology

University of Arizona

Graduate Certificate: Instructional Design and Technology


B.S. Business/Communication

Western International University

A.A.S. Computer Technology

Rio Salado College

Certificates of Completion: Web Design, Networking, & Computer Usage/Applications