Wilmington College Cincinnati
I began teaching at Wilmington College, Cincinnati Branches as an adjunct instructor teaching Entrepreneurship and Accounting in 2005. When a full–time faculty position became available in 2008, I was appointed as an Assistant Professor of Accounting and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2014.
Prior to teaching for Wilmington College I had been an adjunct instructor for the University of Cincinnati from 1974 through 2008 teaching a variety of courses in the Evening College, College of Continuing Education, the College of Education and Linder College of Business. I also served as a full-time Visiting Instructor of Accountancy at Miami University Oxford campus from 2001 through 2006.
I retired from public service in 1999 having served as the Assistant Treasurer of a large urban Ohio school district for 23 years. Prior to that position I was a facility planner and construction supervisor, an instructional supervisor, and a high school Business instructor. After retirement I spent one and one-half years with a major Wilmington Ohio employer installing all new financial accounting software and another 36 months as the owner’s representative to a $13.6 million high school renovation and expansion project in Cincinnati.
Parallel to, and sometimes part of my other employment, I have been involved in the information technology field for my entire career. This involved programming various applications and installing, adapting, and being the systems administrator of large financial software systems. I hold active licenses as an Oracle Financial Applications Master and Certified Computing Professional (CCP).
I teach a variety of courses in the Cincinnati Branches located in Blue Ash and at Cincinnati State. The courses include:
In addition to the teaching duties I serve as the area coordinator for the branch and the, the online learning coordinator for the College.