I am a full time Mom, doctoral student, and full time Marketing Instructor. I wonder sometimes what in the word I Was thinking starting a doctoral program with a toddler! The goal was to complete my Phd by the time my son starts Kindergarten. It is looking like I will be a few months off but I’m getting there!
I encourage you to follow me on Twitter here if you have an interest in Marketing, Social Media, Social Media Marketing as I cover those topics via Twitter for my students and followers. I am a lot more active on Twitter than I am with my blog ( for now!). All of my free time is spent reading or researching until my PhD is complete.
Favorite Quote: “Dance like photos won’t ever be tagged. Love like you’ve never been un-friended. And do it all like there’s no YouTube!”
Jessica is a Dallas based Adjunct Marketing Instructor at Texas A&M University- Commerce and full time faculty at Southern New Hampshire University. She is currently working on her PhD in Business with an emphasis on Marketing; her dissertation research is focused on Social Media. Jessica teaches both undergraduate and graduate level courses in Marketing, including Social Media, and has 16 years of field experience in business and marketing before starting her teaching career in 2009. Jessica holds a BS in Business Administration and an MS in Marketing.
Professional experience can be found here on LinkedIn.
If you are interested in meeting with me for a consultation, please visit the “contact” page.
I also encourage you to view out my YouTube channel for some great info. Students you will see the videos organized by course name.
Random Bucket List Items:
* Get a walk on role on General Hospital. I see me as a Love interest of Sonny’s and/or a professor at PCU teaching Social Media Marketing. Gotta make this happen!
* Serve on a board. ( Checked off April 2014 LoneStar CASA).
* Meet Ice Cube. Yes really.
* Co-author or author a useful book (with humor) on Social Media Marketing for my students.
* Finish my Phd…………
The views expressed in this blog are those of the author, and do not represent those of Texas A&M University-Commerce or Southern New Hampshire University unless stated explicitly.