If you are seeking to leverage the latest technology to promote your business and update your website, expert faculty from MxCC’s Center for New Media is here to help. In a few short hours, you can learn the latest techniques in social media, online video, and infographics.
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Cheryl’s more than 25-year-career as a human resource professional has been focused on leadership and organizational development. Her work integrates key business initiatives with an emphasis on leaders as the critical drivers of employee engagement, employee retention, and as change champions. She has held leadership and organizational development positions in multiple industries, including financial services and utilities, providing thought leadership to senior leaders to help implement business-focused development solutions. Cheryl holds an MS degree in Human Resources from SUNY Albany and a BS degree in Music from Nazareth College in Rochester, New York. She is certified in several development tools and methodologies including: 360 Leadership Assessments, Situational Leadership, Myers Briggs, Organizational Development, Organization Change, and Cultural Compass.
Carol Kardas is recognized as an outstanding human resource generalist with an expertise in compensation, training and organizational development, coaching and employee relations. She has diverse industry experience in manufacturing, not-for-profit organizations, healthcare, real estate, public accounting and financial services. She is known for her ability to work with client companies to create an efficient human resource department and provide ongoing strategic Leadership coaching. She is an acknowledged career counselor. Additionally, her strength is in compensation for small to medium size companies. She holds a BS in psychology from Fordham University and an MS in human resources from Villanova University.
In 2015, Wei Cen joined Middlesex Community College as an information literacy librarian. She collaborates with teaching faculty members to become an embedded librarian in Blackboard. Wei also loves creating instructional videos, interactive tutorials and online games to make learning fun, engaging and enjoyable. One of the tutorials Wei created has more than 55,000 views on YouTube. She’s happy that students are using these online resources.
Professor Lenoce has taught broadcast and film courses at Middlesex for the last 20 years teaching nearly every course in the program. As coordinator of the Broadcast-Cinema program, he has co-developed many courses and programs including the Multimedia, Corporate Media and Film Industry Training Programs. He considers himself a teacher first but has worked in media production for over 30 years. He started out interning and working at tiny TV stations eventually freelancing for CBS and CBS affiliate stations. He then moved into corporate, marketing and educational productions producing over 300 videos and 150 live broadcasts. Prior to Middlesex, Professor Lenoce worked for 10 years at Aetna Life and Casualty in Hartford and Middletown, first as a broadcast engineer designing systems and facilities for their then state of the production and education center in Middletown and then as a media producer.
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