I have a Bachelors of Science degree, as well as a Masters of Business Administration. I decided I wanted to go into medicine, so I graduated from medical school. While working as a physician, I decided I wanted to go back to school, and that is how I got my Ph.D. in missiology/intercultural studies. I have taught at a variety of levels, including tutoring my two sons through high school (one in algebra 1 and 2, the other in biology and anatomy and physiology). I have taught as well at the gr... [more]
I have graduated from medical school and passed the MCAT prior to enrolling in medical school. I have worked as a physician.
I have worked in military management while in the military. I also possess an MBA. I have worked as a health care executive while working as a chief of staff. I am very familiar with career development within both for profit and nonprofit entities. I have also served as a mentor to help others develop their career progression and was recognized for this multiple times while in healthcare administration. I have counseled a number of people concerning career development both in the medical community as well as following obtaining a Ph.D. I also have worked closely with human resources in order to learn the skills of management of careers, in order to be able to counsel others regarding career development.
I have actively engaged in counseling throughout my educational career. This includes counseling both of my sons regarding their educational plans (one is currently in his junior year in a cohort studying for a bachelors in business administration, the other took classes in criminal justice). I have counseled students regarding which colleges to attend, and which courses would best fit their desired majors and career objectives. I have encouraged students to sign up for classes when they are available which fit their overall educational strategy and meet the prerequisites for graduation in their major.