I have been teaching college level courses now since January of 1998; my subject of expertise is in Philosophy
, Theology and Humanities.
I have lived overseas in Europe and the Middle East for a number of years as well as having served three tours in Iraq as a Psychological Operations Expert.
My unique experiences have allowed me to share in depth studies in Philosophy, Theology and Religion in the classroom not afforded to most students and/or undergraduates. Furthermore, it provides me the opportunity to teach skills necessary for students to research, critique, and think for themselves. I believe by integrating etymology, philosophy, theology, and history
students are able to formulate a personal worldview, as well as understand and comprehend the philosophical and theological worldviews of other individuals, cultures, and societies.
I know that at this point in my career, I am young enough to relate to younger as well as older students in order to meet their expectations, ideals, and needs. In addition, my military experience has provided me the opportunity to work with people of diverse ethnic, racial, and cultural backgrounds, not only within the United States, but also abroad (i.e. North Africa, Central America, Europe, and most recently the Middle East). My vast Army experience has afforded me the proficiency needed to teach the various disciplines with discernment and sensitivity; which is a must in today’s multicultural classroom.
I believe my formal studies, teaching experience, world travels, continuing education, and my passion for learning are a personal calling and not just a career and would be a great asset to your academic endeavors.