• Executive-level strategic leadership for higher education – communications, IT, ¬†organizational change
  • Planning and policy for higher ed, government agencies, and non-profits
  • Research and analytics

With 11 years as a regular faculty member conducting research, media production, and teaching in information communication technologies (ICTs), I moved into higher ed IT leadership and administration in 2008.

I earned a Ph.D. at the University of Texas at Austin in the College of Communication, writing my dissertation (“High Tech Learning at ‘The School that Business Built:’ Perceptions of Education at New Technology High School”) about a startup U.S. Department of Education demonstration high school located in Napa, CA circa 1996-1999. The school was a designed to test a variety of education reform measures including ubiquitous computing.