Teaching and Speaking

I am an educator and speaker and I love speaking and teaching to a variety of groups in various settings. I continue to look for opportunities to Adjunct teach both in the classroom and on-line. I would also be happy to come and speak to groups.
I am currently teaching Practices in Analytic Reasoning and Critical Thinking as well Logic and Argument at Bryant & Stratton College. My Masters degree in Theology focused on Ethics and Social Theory. I am versed in ethical theory, human rights, popular culture and religion, shifts in U.S. trends in religion, and their implications for faith communities. In addition, I have facilitated workshops on systems theory for organizations, conflict resolution and change management. Finally, I teach classes in Google Drive, Gmail, Docs, Slides and Sheets, Introduction to Social Media and JibberJobber (a very handy contact management database specifically designed for job seekers). In addition I love to tell stories and you can find two videos of my telling contemporary Jewish Midrash stories on the portfolio page.
To learn more about my education and Professional experience, here is my resume.

Sample Workshops

Google Docs; Google Drive and Gmail: Career Prospectors, The class covered: Introduction to Google Drive - what it is and how it works.; Brief overview of Google Docs, Sheets and Slides.; Introduction to Gmail, search features, signature, labels, unsend, and some other tips and tricks. multiple sessions Spring and Summer 2016
Social Media for Small Business: For small business and entrepreneurs, learn some tips and tricks to manage and improve your social media presence. OBXDIY, June 2015
Search Committee Retreat: Facilitated full day retreat for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Outer Banks Search Committee. The day consisted of getting to know each other trust building exercises, creating a search committee covenant, outlined a timeline for the search and a list of jobs with assignments. June 2014
Healthy Responses to Conflict: Facilitated a full day workshop for the staff of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula. The day focused on identifying conflict and individual responses to and role playing with specific situations facing the staff. November 2013