Professor of Practice
Professor of Practice
BS, New York Institute of Technology; MS, Rochester Institute of Technology; Ph.D., Rochester Institute of Technology
Experience educator with proven expertise and pedagogy in curriculum design, development, and delivery of relevant courses and programs that promote the integration and application of emerging technologies in business, communications, and health information technology.
Extensive work experience leading; Strategic Planning, Technology Development & Integration, Business Development, Project/Program Management, and Curriculum Development serving firms across a variety of segments and channels utilizing innovative solutions, technology, and creative approaches to problem solving.
Leader of change management, commercialization, and business process reengineering, fluent in small business initiatives and large corporate development integrations. Diverse cross-industry background with over 30 years’ experience understanding and applying technology in terms of customer value.
Interdisciplinary education and experience in software/product development and commercialization of solutions and services for the print, marketing, marketing data analytics, cross-media communications, and health information technology.
High-energy educator, published writer, professional speaker, expert witness, experienced instructor, and seminar leader with excellent communications skills in all venues. Creative and innovative problem-solving expert that works well in all situations.
In the News
November 8, 2021
COVID-19 pandemic hastens the need for more health informatics professionals
To help bridge new technology with current health care practices, organizations are recognizing the need to hire more health informatics professionals than ever. In an effort to help more qualified people step into this field, RIT has revised its health informatics master’s degree program and partnered with Rochester Regional Health.
October 4, 2021
RIT joins with New York state chapter of HIMSS to help students start careers in healthcare IT management
RIT students hoping to enter the healthcare IT workforce now have a jumpstart, as the university joins with the New York state chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS).