Creative Economist, Course Designer, and Artist in Florida
Practicing creative-economics, delivering the organizational integration of nonlinear thinking methodologies. Developing alternate solutions to commercial and social challenges. Improving diverse considerations, experiential performance and outcomes by implementing 'artist-thinking'. An authority in functionally tinkering with nonlinear processes in problem-solving and business management constructs applied to institutional hierarchies.
BA - Economics | MS - Finance | Cert. Risk Management | Exec Cert. Human Resources Management.
Artistic Thinking, Key To Social & Business Innovation, Miami Herald
Creative Economist: Economics, Art, Education, Thriving Artist Podcast
Business Becomes Art, a pedagogical performance. Locust Projects, Miami
Projects: Consulting Director, FATVillage Arts District Inc. Founder/Facilitator of ArtsUP! Concepts, a hybrid of concept, gallery and public space. Co-creator Farm-to-Urban, a Creatives' Consciousness Residency + Retreat
Visiting Faculty, Mentor Ratcliffe-In-Resident, Ratcliffe Art + Design Incubator, Course Designer with specialization in experiential learning. Professor of Visual Arts Marketing ART5853 (Florida International University, College of Communications, Architecture + Art) an inquiry based marketing course focusing on the artist-thinker in markets, in contrast to the art object in markets.
Cause: A supporter of gender equality. Registered supporter with the United Nations HeForShe solidarity movement. Former board member PACE Centers for Girls, providing girls and young women an opportunity for a better future through education, counseling, training and advocacy.