I am an Assistant Professor of Information Systems and the Director of the Center for Business Analytics at the Norm Brodsky College of Business, Rider University.

I received my Ph.D. in Management Information Systems (MIS) from the University of Oklahoma, and my MBA with a concentration in MIS from the State University of New York at Binghamton.

My research spans the areas of business analytics, computer-aided decision making, human-computer interaction, and computer-mediated communication. Within the intersection of these domains, my current research focuses on the impacts of technology on how people communicate, process information, achieve creativity, and make decisions in various contexts, such as big data analytics and e-commerce.

My main teaching interests are in Business Data Analytics / Visual Analytics, Management Information Systems, and Web/Application Development.

For more information, please view the Teaching, Research, and Value sections of my website, or check out my Google Scholar and LinkedIn profiles.