Prior to coming to Florida, I was the Department Chair and faculty member of Technology at Davenport University, in Dearborn, Michigan. In addition, I taught classes at Lawrence Technological University, Walsh College, and Baker College in the areas of Computer Science and Computer Information Systems. Similarly, I was the Information Technology Program Coordinator at the University of Charleston, West Virginia; at the same time, the Director of Distance Education at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences. Before moving to West Virginia, I was the Software Engineering Department Chair and faculty member at Apollo College in Phoenix, Arizona. Furthermore, my teaching background includes the following schools: Arizona State University, Gateway Community College, Mesa Community College, and Scottsdale Community College. Finally, I was a corporate trainer at the Intel Corporation, in Phoenix, AZ. In addition to my teaching experiences, I own Quality Computer Instruction and Training, a computer training, consulting, and software/Internet systems design and development company.