Master's Degree

MBA in Telecommunications Management
Jointly with the Univ of Dallas (Delta Mu Delta Honor Society)
St. Edwards University US-TX-Austin

Bachelor's Degree

Information Systems Mgmt, Computer Science, Math (Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society)
Univ of Maryland US-MD-College Park

11/1996- Present IEEE Associate
11/1996 - Present PMI- Project Management Institute PMP - Project Mgmt Professional
11/1996 - Present ASQ- American Society for Quality Member
11/1993 - Present Univ of Texas Software Quality Institute Advisory Board
11/1993 - Present ACM - Assoc of Computing Machinery Associate


As principle instructor and curriculum director, designed and taught most of the 48-week Software Project Management Certificate Program of the Software Quality Institute (SQI) at the University of Texas at Austin since 1993, while recruiting other experts to teach the remainder of the classes. This successful program has over 250 graduates in the Austin – San Antonio area.

As development project leader, converted the entire Software Project Management Certificate Program curriculum to a 34-week distance education version offered through UT’s Prometheus courseware tool, then moved it to UT’s BlackBoard courseware tool environment for the UT TeleCampus. This distance education course has been used to certify hundreds of software professionals, with special courses taught repeatedly to over 100 professionals of Schlumberger worldwide, and Dresser-Wayne Industries in Austin, TX.


As adjunct professor for the University of Dallas, designed and taught two project management courses through their eCollege internet-based distance education tool since 1999. OPER6370 (formerly called MGT6389) Foundations of Project Management, and OPER7370 (formerly called MGT7389) Technical and Project Management have been offered over two dozen times so far, and over 500 MBA students have completed these courses. The courses were also used as a model for the rest of the faculty to put their courses into the eCollege courseware.

As principle instructor, designed both an onsite (2003) and online (2007) course in IT Project Management (BMGT 1023) for the Austin Community College’s High Technology Institute. Recruited and trained over a dozen assistant instructors since 2004. The program has trained more than 100 students since 2003.

As lead instructor, redesigned the entire 1000+ PowerPoint curriculum for the Project Management Certificate Program in the Professional Development Center for the University of Texas at Austin. This very successful program is run in partnership with the Austin PMI Chapter, and has graduated over 350 students since 2003.