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IMG_2370- Compliance program analyst and trainer
- Adjunct Philosophy instructor

I hold an M.A. in Practical Philosophy & Applied Ethics from the University of North Florida, and a B.A. in Humanities and Philosophy minor from Florida International University.

In my corporate role I deliver compliance training, and assist in managing compliance program elements and resources. I’ve facilitated instructor-led webinars, teleconference sessions for remote employees without Internet access, and in-person sessions at distribution centers across the country.

Since 2007 I’ve taught at the college level as an adjunct philosophy instructor. It was at FIU in Miami where I encountered my first philosophy course. It was love at first sight. All my life I’d been told I “think too much”; philosophy showed me how that trait is an asset in thinking carefully through high stakes issues. Now one of my enduring passions is helping others learn how to use philosophical methods to improve decision making in their personal and professional lives.

In my free time I volunteer, and organize and facilitate public philosophy workshops that promote critical thinking, active learning, and civility.

4 Responses to Home

  1. Gary George from FSCJ Kent Campus

    I think to much too. Hi Karla. Miss you at Florida State College and tech small talks with you. Words can and do change worlds. I don’t tweet or do face; I just am.

  2. Aw, thanks Gary! I miss you guys too. :(. It was very strange to not take part in the first day of classes this semester. I hope to return to the classroom, and especially FSCJ, Kent campus, someday, if only to teach one class. I love that place! Thanks for taking the time to write me. I hope you have a good semester! :) Karla

  3. Gary George from FSCJ Kent

    Will visit this blog every so often to see what’s up on your side of the planet. The nerd in me does that. I have no choice. You take care too. :) Gary

  4. That sounds good Gary, I plan on stopping by Kent one day soon to say hi to everyone as well. Have a great semester! :) Karla

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