I founded and managed my own consulting company for 25 years and I have researched and composed hundreds of international market and strategy studies for major U.S. corporations. I have also published several scholarly articles on China and a book on business services. My company may be viewed at . Before developing my own firm, I was Assistant Provost at Temple University, and before that a research consultant with a New York-based consulting firm. I am now retired from business.
My early life was focused on theater, and now I return to those creative roots, as well as to my academic interests. In the 1960s and ‘70s, my Ph.D. mentor was Professor Hannah Arendt who coined the phrase, "The banality of evil”, in her famous work, Eichmann in Jerusalem. This controversial concept has stayed with me throughout my career, and was a key motivation in researching and writing the historically based episodic script, The Sand Creek Massacre.