Sustainable, Entrepreneurial Social Enterprises working at the Bottom of the Pyramid.
Low resource, low literacy populations in the Marketplace
Sustainable product design and development
Post-Graduate Studies – Workforce Education and Development (2004-2005) Southern Illinois University – Carbondale, Illinois
Master of Science in Management (1996-1998) Oakland City University, Oakland City, Indiana Master’s thesis evaluated the relative impact of customer focus technologies on the North American manufacturing quality improvement movement in the 1980’s and 90’s
Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management (1989-1991) Oakland City University, Oakland City, Indiana Capstone project evaluated the hiring practices of a multi-state health care provider and recommended changes to demographic focus of the new-hire recruitment process in order to improve employee retention.
Associate Degree in Science - Mechanical Engineering Technology (1984-1986)
(Qualified Hours) University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, Indiana.
ESNU 303 - Sustainable Business Development -
ESNU 410 Sustainable Organizations -
UNEQUAL BUT ESSENTIAL: HOW SUBSISTENCE CONSUMER-ENTREPRENEURS NEGOTIATE UNPRECEDENTED SHOCK WITH EXTRAORDINARY RESILIENCE DURING COVID-19 Journal of Consumer Affairs, (Spring 2021) Wiley Publishing, Hoboken, NJ Co-Author
A Bottom-Up Approach to Understanding Low-Income Patients: Implications for Health-Related Policy Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics (September 2018) ASLME, Boston, MA Co-author
Manual de Escritura para la Educación en Alfabetización en los Estados Unidos. Champaign, IL: Subsistence Marketplaces Initiative. (2016) University of Illinois.
Instructor’s Manual for Marketplace Literacy Education in the US. Champaign, IL: Subsistence Marketplaces Initiative. (2015) University of Illinois.