So I’ve had a lot of jobs. I’ve worked as a clubhouse manager for a minor league baseball team, managed a deli in Yellowstone National Park, worked the graveyard shift at a donut shop, and even redid Dr. Phil’s kitchen (no, seriously). But for the past decade I’ve had the pleasure of calling higher education home.
During my time in higher ed I’ve been lucky enough to be at the right place at the right time on more than one occasion. At UCLA I got to work at the cutting edge of digital marketing in the early days of social media. At SNHU I was part of a team that helped the institution grow from 7,000 to 70,000 students in just four years. And between those two I somehow found the time to found Higher Ed Live, the industry’s first and only live weekly web show network, a startup I launched and exited in just over two years.
Today I’m based in San Diego where I work as Vice Chancellor, Marketing for National University System.