University of Arkansas (Business)
Mississippi College (MBA)
London School of Economics & Political Science (Graduate Coursework)
Ed has 4 years experience as a Professor of Economics and Entrepreneurship at colleges in New Orleans and Asia (Korea & Mongolia) where he mentors students to prepare as entrepreneurs to launch successful business plans. He is accustomed to challenges in the classroom and has learned to quickly develop rapport with people of all cultures, abilities, and ages.
As principal of a management consulting firm, Ed coaches business owners on improving their current operations, and financial return. Ed founded a French Quarter restaurant in 2011 and successfully sold it for a large multiple in 2014. Prior to that, Ed was a bank lender for 15 years where he analyzed business plans, coached company management on their operations, and made multi-million dollar risk recommendations to senior bank management.
A holder of an MBA in Political Economy with degree work from the London School of Economics, Ed is accredited to teach undergraduate Economics, Entrepreneurship, and Management.
What students can expect from a tutoring session with Ed:
1) Review your work assignments and identify and address any problem areas
2) Help you understand Economic concepts and strategies for completing problems
3) Help you become an independent learner through the practice of good study habits
4) He will NOT do your homework for you or help you cram for a test
Learning Econ is like playing golf: don't wait until the 18th hole to try to make an "A" - make good shots all along the way... Ed has 4 years experience as a Professor of Economics and Entrepreneurship at colleges in New Orleans and Asia (Korea & Mongolia) where he mentors students to prepare as entrepreneurs to launch successful business plans. He is
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