Welcome to my portfolio! I have experience in course design, learning experience design, eLearning strategy, and implementation in higher education, training, and public health communications. I designed this website to be informative in my skills, growth, and who I am.

Explore, reach out, and share your insights. I would love to hear from you.

A few notes:

Photograph Credits: Most photos and images contained on this website are my own captures. Citations to sources for images are provided when necessary.

This site started as a graduate portfolio as a graduation requirement. It has evolved since and is periodically updated with recent work and examples.

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Website Goals

  1. Demonstrate my skills in eLearning and Instructional Design.
  2. Professionally present my values, design style, and self.
  3. Provide examples of my work in my Master’s of Arts degree in Information and Learning Technologies at the University of Colorado Denver in the School of Education and Human Development (program information here).
  4. Provide professional and academic insights through blogging and biographical information.

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Each work example fits under one or multiple competencies for the Information and Learning Technologies (ILT) Masters of Arts program at the University of Colorado Denver.

Photos below from Pixabay.com “released free of copyrights under Creative Commons CC0.”

Choose a topic to start exploring my work and skills.


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Professional Musings

Keeping up with the learning industry is one of my top priorities. Professional Musings is my outlet for my inspirations, reactions, and updates on the work I am doing. Enjoy!

A Reflection on Virtual Identity

This month I am both a participant and a co-facilitator for a professional development series called DigPINS. The first week of this series, we covered Identity within the realm of virtual as residents and visitors, personal and institutional. I’m participating to get to know others and experience the DigPINS. I’m considering it as a programming … Continue reading A Reflection on Virtual Identity

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