I'm a man of many hats; I'm your agricultural economics teacher for computers and economics, I'm your institutional research analyst, and I might be your classmate in an evening or online class here at MJC.
I am a graduate of the MJC Agriculture department -- Environmental Horticulture -- and have been with the Ag department since 2005. Prior to coming to MJC, I worked for several .com's in the Silicon Valley as an I.T. Manager, and for a foothill winery in the same role. Most recently, I have received my Bachelors of Science in Business with a emphasis in E-business, and posses Masters in Business Administration specializing in Global Business Management.
Currently for MJC, I am teaching the Agriculture Computer Applications class, which at this time focuses on Microsoft Office 2016. I am also offering an agriculture economics course - which knowing me will involve computers and the internet, so be warned.
You can find me most days in the Morris building, room 211, where I'm building interactive charts, or chewing through hundreds of thousands of records, finding trends, issues, and facts about our college.
Courses I Teach