I am an instructor in the Business Department
I am a new faculty member of this great institution and I love everything about my role here specifically when my students display that "Ah- ha" moment regarding challenging content matter. The peers in my department are pretty outstanding as well as they have created a warm and friendly work environment.
I travel quite a bit, but completing my business study (dissertation) consumes a vast amount of my personal time.
The moment I got the call, "You're hired!"
My father had the greatest influence on my education and career path. Despite the fact that he had but a third-grade education, he was a very successful entrepreneur. As a young child, he took me to a lot of his business meetings and I would read contracts and other materials for him. He would memorize what I said and no one ever knew his difficulty in reading. As I read, I learned. He drilled in me, "Go to school and get a good education. Don't depend on anyone else for your well-being." Despite the fact that when I got older and tried to venture into the field of English/Language Arts, I always found myself coming back to Business and all the things that my father taught me.
When making the decision on whether or not I should move from Houston, Texas to Denver, my best friend said, "Sometimes you have to go to grow." And grow I did by making the move.
1. My parents, as I have questions I would like to talk to my parents about in regards to business, raising children and life.
2. Barack Obama. I would love to discuss how he deals with difficult personalities, his decision-making process and his experience as the first black president.
I cannot live without my relationship with the Lord, my husband, sons and my beautiful grandchildren.