- Expert in editing and proofreading lengthy documents with focus on work definitions, spelling, sentence structure, syntax, and grammar.
- Articulate and effective in working with individuals of different backgrounds and temperaments.
- Accurately record, remember, and verbally communicate detailed information.
- 20+ years experience in presentations and public speaking.
- Accurate, rapid typing and data entry speed.
- Experienced with Microsoft Office Suite™ : Word®, Excel®, PowerPoint®, Publisher, Access, OneNote, Outlook®; Quark, Blackboard, and Pearson LearningStudio.
University of North Dakota Ph.D. – Communication and Public Discourse
Dissertation: Media portrayals of spousal communication on the campaign trail: A content analysis.
Dr. Pamela Kalbfleisch, Advisor
Areas of emphasis: Political Communication, Persuasion, Interpersonal, Public Speaking, Organizational Communication; Communication Theory.
University of North Dakota M.A. – Communication
Thesis: The Internet and political campaign advertising: A content analysis.
Dr. Michael Nitz, Advisor
Areas of emphasis: Political Communication, Persuasion, Public Speaking, Organizational Communication; Interpersonal Communication; Communication Theory.
University of Utah B.S. – Political Science
Areas of emphasis: Geography, pre-Law, Political Philosophy, Development of the Third and Fourth world, Communication Studies.
Northwest College A.A. – Communications
Areas of emphasis: American government: Scope and methods of political science. Additional areas of interest: Interpersonal Communication; Public Speaking; Small Group Communication.
Herold, A. (2007, December) The Reflective Educator’s Guide to Mentoring: Strengthening Practice Through Knowledge, Story, and Metaphor [Review of the book]. Education Review- a journal of book reviews. Available at http://edrev.asu.edu/brief/dec07.html
Kalbfleisch, P. J., & Herold, A. L. (2006). Sex, Power, and Communication. In D. J. Canary and K. Dindia (Eds.) Sex differences and similarities in communication (2nd edition). pp. 299 – 313. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.