I am a Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor at Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business in the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group. I received my Doctor of Education from The University of Liverpool in the United Kingdom and my MBA from Charles Sturt University in Australia. I have developed and facilitated classes globally on Innovation, Social Entrepreneurship and Leadership to practitioners, undergraduate and graduate students. My research examines how emerging technology is used to support the development of 21st Century Skills and I am particularly interested in understanding which skills and mindsets social innovators and entrepreneurs need to make sustainable changes in the world. I am a Fellow of the School for Social Entrepreneurs, hold a patent in a method for monitoring a learner through an experiential learning cycle and I am a Senior Research fellow of Practera, an experiential learning technology company. My work has been published in TechTrends and presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, International Society of Learning Sciences Annual Meeting and the Principles for Responsible Management Education North East Conference.