I came on board to SLCC in August 2016 after being hired as a Sociology Professor. I immediately began teaching seven classes (5 Introduction to Sociology and 2 Comprehensive Social Problems) during the fall semester, all lecture classes except for one hybrid class at the Franklin campus. The majority of the classes had approximately 30 enrolled students during that period. I consider myself to be very productive during this period, meeting all Department requirements as requested.  All actions for the End of Semester Check-out for Faculty were above reproach. I also received positive evaluations from the students as shown in my portfolio. In the spring semester, I also picked up seven classes (5 Introduction to Sociology and 2 Comprehensive Social Problems). This fall we will start SOCI 2073 Sociology of Leadership and the students and I hope to enhance the sociology posture for the school. SLCC Leadership Club will also make its debate during this period. If you are a student at the school, you are encouraged to join and participate in the various events.  



Sociology of Leadership

Sociological perspective

2004 - 2008

Regent University 

Doctor of Strategic Leadership (60 hrs) and

Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies - Organizational Leadership (30 hrs)


Drivers of self-leadership

Patterns of Leadership

Practice & Theory

Race and Ethnic Relations

Diversity Management Issues

1998 - 1999

Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville

Master of Arts - Sociology (36 hrs)

1991 - 1992

The University of the State of New York 

 Bachelor of Science - Liberal Arts (131 hrs)

Organizational Sociology

Leadership Structure

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