• Baker College, Flint, Michigan
Adjunct Professor, March 2003 to June 2006
I taught Introduction to Corrections, Law and Corrections and Juvenile Corrections to students pursuing careers in corrections and law enforcement. I wrote the curriculum for the Law and Corrections class in January 2004.
• State Appellate Defender Office, Detroit, Michigan
Law Clerk, January 1992 to February 1993.
I researched and wrote appellate briefs for indigent criminal defendants. See: www.sado.org
As a sale representative, believe it or not, I was taught to listen. I can't believe how many people complain that their attorney never shuts up. My job is to find out what the problem is, then start talking. My experiences as an educator and teacher come through when I present a case to a jury. Arguing a case in court is something like teaching a lesson: Know the points you want to make and make them over and over again.
As aforementioned, I am adept at listening and devising solutions to the problems presented.Personal interests:
I like laughing, cooking, gardening, and being with my friends and family.