|2016 - Present||Assistant Professor, Information Systems, Rowan University ‐ Rohrer College of Business|
|1986 - 2010||Vice President, Information Technology, URS Corporation|
|2017 - 2018||Quality of life: Older Adults and the Role of Social Media|
|Rowan University Seed Funding Program Grant|
|2017 - 2018||Quality of life: Older adults and the role of social media|
|Rowan University Frances R. Lax Fund for Faculty Development|
Professional Service and Affiliations
|2016 - Present||Member, Society for Information Management||2014 - Present||Member, International Association for Accounting Education and Research||2012 - Present||Member, Association for Information Systems|
Honors and Awards
- Professor of the Year, Dept. of Marketing & BIS, 2017-18
- Outstanding Graduate Student Instructors at Baylor University, Fall 2015
- Management Information Systems
- Principles of System Design
- Systems Design and Analysis
|2016||PhD, Information Systems, Baylor University ‐ Hankamer School of Business|
|BA, Management with a Finance Concentration, Capital University ‐ Department of Management|
|MBA, Baylor University ‐ Hankamer School of Business|
Recent Works (4)
Social Media and Older Adults: Understanding Cognitive Training and Social ...
Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2018 (HICSS-51) (2018)
The literature on technology, cognitive training, and social network of older adults are reviewed through the lens of social inclusion. ...
Journal articles (2)
Conference Papers (2)
The influence of middle management on information technology alignment.
Proceeding of the 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (2015)
Strategy alignment challenges are a longstanding concern of information technology (IT) executives as both business dependence and spending on IT ...
Middle Management and Information Systems Strategy: The Role of Awareness ...
Proceedings of the 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (2014)
Top management involvement is important to the success of IS strategy. However, it is not typically within top management's role ...