University of Michigan (Political Science)
University of Illinois College of Law (J.D.)
In some form or fashion I have engaged in teaching or tutoring for over twenty years. While at the University of Michigan, the English Composition Board selected me to become a member, in order to provide feedback and assistance to other students on their writing projects. During that time, I also taught basic Hebrew to children preparing for their Bar and Bat Mitzvahs.
At the University of Illinois, from where I obtained my law degree, I taught the required Rhetoric course to college freshman, and also continued to teach and tutor students in basic Hebrew.
My professional career as a marketer has enabled me to bring all of my experiences to the table, and has afforded me the opportunity to serve as an adjunct faculty member at Georgian Court University and the Mountbatten Institute.
More recently, I have taken to tutoring senior citizens on how to use their iOS devices (iPhone and iPads).
While I have enjoyed all of my teaching and tutoring experiences, I especially enjoy seeing my students progress and witnessing their confidence levels build.
My experience in English stems from my undergraduate days at the University of Michigan, where I worked with fellow students on critiquing their writing. During my law school studies at the University of Illinois, I simultaneously taught the required Rhetoric course to freshman students. In New York City I taught Public Speaking for a number of years through the Mountbatten Institute.
For this entire millennium, I have worked in Marketing, ranging from having my own marketing firm to serving as the Marketing Manager at a number of companies. In addition, I taught a Marketing course to graphic design majors at Georgian Court University. For the Mountbatten Institiute, I taught a business practices course, with an emphasis in Marketing.
In some form or fashion I have engaged in teaching or tutoring for over twenty years. While at the University of Michigan, the English Composition Board selected me to become a member, in order to provide feedback and assistance to other students on their writing projects. During that time, I also taught basic Hebrew to children preparing for
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My marketing experience stems from over fifteen years in the industry, ranging from my years in sales to heading up my own marketing firm. Over the years, I have developed and executed marketing campaigns, advised on marketing strategy, and contributed to both the creative visual and writing process to produce marketing materials.
In addition, I served as an adjunct professor at Georgian Court University, wherein I developed a challenging curriculum emphasizing the interplay between marketing and graphic design.
For the Mountbatten Institute, I taught post-graduates a course regarding business management practices, which incorporated marketing concepts.
During my high school years, I won awards on the debate team, and achieved noteworthy placement within the county. During college, not only did I take public speaking as a class, but also coached my student peers in preparation for delivery of speeches.
For some six years, for the Mountbatten Institute, I taught public speaking to post-graduate students.