I have completed Humanizing Online Learning and OTPP: Online Teaching Preparation Program in Spring 2017 with Michelle Pacansky-Brock, EdD and earned the digital badge which you see above. You can click on the badge to find out more. You can also visit my ePortfolio which I created as part of this program.

I also earned the following certificates from the Center for Effective Teaching and Learning (CETL) at CSULA. CETL Transcript – May 2020.

  • Technology Enhanced Certificate Holder (T.E.C.H.) Certificate
  • Teaching Project Certificate
  • Active Learning Certificate
  • Hybrid Course Development
  • Reading & Writing in the Disciplines Certificate
  • Alt-Instruction


  • Marketing Concepts & Strategies
  • Global Marketing


  • Principles of Marketing (traditional, online, and hybrid)
  • Consumer Behavior
  • International Marketing
  • New York Field Experience
  • Media Marketing
  • Sustainable Marketing
  • Mindful Consumption
  • Civic Engagement and Social Issues
  • Community-Based Social Marketing (traditional and hybrid)
  • Public Relations


Below are a few examples of student projects that I facilitated in my courses.

  • California State University, Los Angeles MBA and MSBA students conducted primary and secondary research to help Hearts for Sight Foundation, a non-profit organization to gain in-depth knowledge of their target audience and created user personas and a marketing mix plan.
  • My Spring 2017 Principles of Marketing students from five different majors (accounting, communication, fashion marketing, management, and marketing) created a marketing communication plan for the California Society for Clinical Social Workers (CSCSW) as part of their civic engagement project. The portfolio they presented to Monica Blauner, CSCSW President-Elect, included a web page design, a logo design, and a social media marketing plan.
  • In Fall 2016, the students in Civic Engagement and Social Issues course collaborated with Stephen Groner Associates and Thermostat Recycling Corporation on the California state-wide collection of mercury thermostats. The students were charged with targeting three different target audiences that were comprised of utility companies, universities and colleges, and K-12 schools. The project involved putting together a market research report and creating promotional materials.
  • Sustainable Marketing (Spring 2016) course website was created by undergraduate marketing students.
  • Two social marketing campaigns my Mindful Consumption (Spring 2016) students created:
  • Principles of Marketing (Fall 2015) students prepared two marketing communication plans for Extraordinary Families (a Los Angeles-based children foster care agency); one for the main organization and one for its sub-division Up4Youth. The project was voted the “best civic-minded project” at Woodbury’s 2015 Civic Engagement Symposium. Here is a press release about the event.
  • Sustainable Marketing (Spring 2014) students created a website to serve as a template for Woodbury University’s future sustainability web page.