Educational Experience

New Caney High School, 1997-Present; Teacher: Journalism, Photojournalism, Broadcast Journalism, Video Technology, Web Technology, and Health Careers III (EMT). In 2003 he was selected the top employee of the district and given the Shinning Star Award.

Other Education Experience: Lamar University, Interim Coordinator of EMS programs, 1990-1991; Harris County Hospital District, EMS Training Coordinator and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Instructor, 1990-1993; Texas Department of Health (EMS Division), Writer & Administrator of state EMS examinations, 1983-1986; Stephen F. Austin State University, Mass Communications teaching assistantship, 1976-1977.

Media/Journalism Experience

KSBJ Radio (Houston) Part-time announcer and producer, 1995-Present. The station was selected as the Major Market Station of the Year five times by NRB while he was employed.

Other Radio/TV/Internet Experience His radio career began in 1974: Radio News Director, KGRA (Lake Charles, Louisianna), KOLE (Port Arthur, TX); Radio Late Night Talk Show, KTRM-FM (Beaumont, TX); stringer for the Mutual Radio Network, United Press Internation (UPI), and KTRH (Houston). His television experience included working as a writer/producer for UT-TV, producers of the Texas Health Report, and serving as the executive producer of a high school cable television program, EagleVision, produced by my NCHS students. He also works as an independent video producer with Web podcasts seen by over 1 million.

Newspaper/Magazine He has held the positions of: reporter, columnist, sports writer, editor, and photographer for a variety of Southwest Louisianna and Southeast Texas publications including: Southwest Scene (Lake Charles, La), the Hardin County News-Visitor, Houston Community News (HCN) and a Texas trade journal, TEMT Magazine. He has written articles for large medical journals: Journalism of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS) and Emergency Magazine. He has served as a reviewer for Brady Publishing (Simon & Schuster) and authored a study guide to the TEXES Technology Examination.

Administration Experience

In addition to serving as operations director for Hi-Tech Ambulance, now AMR, the largest private EMS in the United States, he was the Interim EMS Coordinator of Lamar University and served on the boards of several medical organizations: Montgomery County Hospital District (the division handling finances), Texas Trauma Society, and the Fort Bend County Red Cross.