Teaching

2018 - National American University

Instructor for AM3015 - Aviation Safety Programs.   Taught online class focusing on safety methodology and best practices.

Instructional Development: Redesigned AM3015 course to Aviation Safety Management Systems with total revision of course objectives, readings, activities, and assignment.

2000 - 2002: Infantry Center and Fort Benning, GA

Operations officer of the U.S. Army's battalion responsible for weapons training at Fort Benning, GA.  Responsible for managing 500+ instructors serving over 3,000 students daily on 42 training areas.  Supervised development and approval of formal instructional plans, assessment of training outcomes, instructor evaluations, and operational management involving over 20 separate organizations.

1996 - 1997:  Iowa State University

Assistant Professor in the College of Liberal Arts and Science.  Instructed military leadership courses as part of U.S. Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), with responsibility for course update efforts and instructional delivery.

Service

2017 - Present: Charter Board Member, United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida (UCP-CFL)

Serves as member of the Charter Board of United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida, a non-profit agency with seven campuses in the Orlando region for children with special needs including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

2011 - Present: Pilot / Young Eagles Volunteer at (EAA) Chapter 1178, Plant City, FL

Volunteer pilot for the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Young Eagles program.  The program provides introductory flights at no cost to youth age 8 to 18 to allow them to experience and enjoy aviation.  I have provided flights to over 150 youth to date.