After starting my first company in 2009, the previous Chair of the Rutgers English Department invited me to design and teach my own 16-week undergraduate course. This would mark the first cohort in which I had the pleasure of facilitating. It was an experiment. A pilot.
The success of this pilot course naturally began to spawn opportunity after opportunity as more departments heads, deans, program directors and professors heard about the value I was providing
I am currently designing an omnichannel learning experience which will be delivered to my next cohort through various touch points of their journey.
Components consist of initial self-selection, vetting, and the four milestones that
immersive learning on-campus, self-organized peer colabs, and the development of relationships with community organizations in the area who seem to be inline with what you’d like to do in the long term.
I create the conditions to apply UX design as a framework within organizations of all sizes.
for founding teams to build sustainable business models focused on creating value to meet the various unmet needs within our local communities.
overcoming the various obstacles we encounter that prevent our progress and
social problems that many of us are confronted with on a daily basis.
to make it easier for us to focus on what’s most important right now and that’s for us to be in person without distractions so that we might have an opportunity to get to know each other a bit.