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About the Author
Doctorate in History with a concentration in Anglo-European and Early American History.
Bachelor of Arts: History and Psychology major.
Senior Mentor Project - (intensive self directed curriculum in American History).
1992 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges
1992 Award in Scholarship.
Radio talk show guest/author: XZONE-Radio (International), Ontario Canada, September, 2010
Board of Directors: Theosophy Network: An international organization with members in more than 60 countries.
Host of World Wide Wisdom Radio.
Presented a Series of (weekly) Lectures: The Westward Movement of Civilization: The Synthesis and Dissolution of Science, Philosophy, and Religion during the Pre-Christian era.
Presenting research as current as 10/2011 that demonstrates why Mesopotamia is not the Cradle of Civilization.
“Other” radio interviews.
Employment: Non-Profit Administration / Teaching / Family Services.
Behavioral Consultant / Private sector
Co-Founder of CEDR: Citizens for an Educated and Democratic Republic. (Student debt).
MA State Chapter Leader: Student Loan Justice - studentloanjustice.org.
Substitute teacher K - 8.
Workshop facilitator: Native American Studies.-
Adjunct Faculty: Hesser College .
* curricula: Western Civilization / Philosophy / Ethics / Humanities / American History / Political Science /Introduction to Anthropology / Introduction to Sociology / Sociology/ Native American Studies / Twentieth Century History/ Developed abridged critical thinking and mapping as introduction to all classes. This provided tangible results for measured learning. Critical thinking essays were requisites for exams.
Chief GED Examiner and Student Support Services Coordinator:
Presently retired in New England