Radio Commentator/Essayist, KUNR 88.7-FM, NPR Station,
Wrote, produced and aired over 200 original essays on
personal development on public radio.
1981 to 2001:
Part-time faculty, Truckee Meadows Community College,
Taught 2-credit college class (33 contact hours), Life
Without Stress, for more
than 25 semesters.
1996 to 1998:
Research Associate, National EEG research team under Vincent
Monastra, PhD. Conducted extensive field research resulting
in scientific publication in
1995 to 1999:
Graphics Design, Biofeedback Software, Stoelting-Autogenics,
Wood Dale, Illinois; Designed and developed human interface
graphics for professional
electroencephalographic biofeedback software.
1992 to 1999:
Columnist, Reno Gazette-Journal, Lifestyles/SierraLife
Section, Reno, Nevada
Wrote more than 100 original columns on personal development
1990 to 1993:
Consultant, Behavioral Therapy, Work & Injury Rehabilitation
Center, Reno, NV
Developed and managed counseling, group therapy and biofeedback
for injured workers.
1990 to 1992:
Consultant / Science Advisor, Bridgeway International,
Salt Lake City, Utah
Developed interpersonal marketing tools for multi-level
1989 to 1992:
Consultant / Data Analyst / Science Advisor, Intravene,
Researched and reported medical cost containment methods.
1985 to 1992:
Part-time faculty, Columbia Pacific University, San Rafael,
Counseled and advised graduate students in Psychology.
1989 & 1993:
Consultant, Nevada Highway Patrol, Carson City, Nevada
Worked with NHP personnel to develop stress management
strategies in their
1988 to 1989:
Columnist, Nevada Woman Monthly Newspaper, Reno, Nevada
Wrote monthly columns on women's issues.
1987 to 1988:
Commentator, KOH-AM Radio, Sparks, Nevada
Produced weekly one-hour talk show on stress issues.
1984 to 1985:
Columnist, Business Almanac Monthly Magazine, Reno, Nevada
Wrote monthly columns about business and stress.
1976 to 1978:
Graduate Nurse Educator, Nevada Physiology Associates,
Designed and taught graduate nurse and continuing education
classes in Human Physiology.