Master of Arts in Economics, University of New Mexico
Brad holds a Master of Arts in Economics from the University of New Mexico (UNM) and has been teaching economics and business courses at SFUAD since Spring 2014. Previously has served as an instructor for the American Economic Association’s Summer Program, UNM’s Center for Teaching Excellence and Teaching Assistant Resource Center, as well as the Department of Economics at UNM, teaching courses including: Introductory Economics, upper-division theory, Mathematical Economics and Graduate Teaching, among others. He received the Susan Deese-Roberts Award for Outstanding Teaching in 2012, presented by UNM Faculty Senate Teaching Enhancement Committee.
“My goal is to be a champion for the students and ensure their success both academically and in the professional world. I look forward to leveraging the existing opportunities at the university for Arts Management students to participate in on-site internship work, as well as developing and expanding the concentrations within the Arts Management degree that enable students to develop a skillset and level of experience that will make them competitive in the marketplace.”
He lives in Albuquerque with his teenage son, Michael.