Prior to becoming an adjunct here at Washington College, I spent over thirty (30) years in the business world.
My varied background includes Financial Analysis, systems development and implementation, logistics management and derivatives. I was the controller for an unregulated energy company using derivatives and hedging strategies to manage risk, project manager for the implementation of SAP FI/CO module at the company, implemented and managed the compliance process for Sarbanes/Oxley at a S&P 500 company and spent time in various finance, accounting and operations related capacities.
My experience enables me to bring that perspective into the class room and hopefully not only teach students the subject matter but enlighten them further with real world examples and discussions about how to apply the subject matter in their future careers.
It’s not just about learning concepts, it’s about how you apply those concepts to be successful in your career.
- B.S., West Chester University, 1974
- Additional course work University of Delaware
- M.B.A., Widener University, 1988
Bus 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting
Bus 203 Quantitative Methods I
Bus 204 Quantitative Methods II