Professional Training and Academic Instructing

Developed and recorded over 50 hours of professional educational content and curriculum for risk and payment professionals.
Adjunct Professor of Economics teaching Micro- and Macroeconomics at State College of Florida (SCF) in Lakewood Ranch.

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Online Training Courses and Professional Certifications

 I have led the development of extensive training and certification programs for the eCommerce payments and risk management industry. This includes a 35+ course catalog and 10 professional certification levels, ranging from eCommerce Fraud Agents that perform manual order reviews, to eCommerce Fraud Professionals, who hold professional titles such as Risk Management Director, Fraud Manager, and Director of Loss Prevention. The individual training courses and certification tracks are available for purchase online and with full catalogs listed on and

I performed extensive research to write out lesson plans and full course content. Courses cover a variety of eCommerce payment and risk related topics including credit card payment processing, alternative payment types, eCommerce identity authentication and verification, performing manual order reviews, understanding and shopping for services in the fraud prevention (B2B) market, chargeback or dispute management and re-presentment, identifying eCommerce fraud signals, account takeover fraud, courses focused on understanding and using specific fraud prevention tools or techniques, and many other topics.

Each training course, ranging from 45 to 120 minutes in instruction time, are SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Module) compliant to meet LMS (Learning Management System) standards, assuring accessibility to all who have interest in these e-learning programs.

Adjunct Instructor of Economics, State College of Florid (SCF)

I teach Economics part-time as an Adjunct Instructor leading live classes that meet once or twice (in the Summer) per week in the evening. I currently teach one course per semester, alternating between Principles of Microeconomics (ECO 2023) and Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO 2013). I use the Principles of Economics (2nd edition) textbook by Dirk Mateer and Lee Coppock.

I have really enjoyed teaching in an academic setting, it has been great to get back deep into Economics and working with the students has been very rewarding. Here are some anonymous reviews as an instructor:

Other Professional Works and Accomplishments:

    Data Analysis & Survey Reports

      Speaking at Conferences & Events

      Media Quotes and Interviews

      White Papers & Technical Writing

    Press Releases & Marketing Writing

    Private Consulting & Research

    Website Design and Management