Dan is the co-founder and Sr. Instructional Designer for the School of Behavior Happens, the innovative division of Implementation Scientists, LLC offering online learning for parents and professionals alike. Dan also serves as the Statistical Data Coordinator for the Florida Center for Inclusive Communities at the University of South Florida with responsibilities of designing, implementing, and maintaining database systems for major educational initiatives serving districts, school staff, families, and adult self-advocates with disabilities seeking self-employment, as well as coordinating online learning efforts for these projects.
Dan holds an MBA degree from the University of South Florida with a focus in Advanced Information Systems Management. He was first introduced to database design in the mid-90s when serving as a non-commissioned officer in the United States Marine Corps. He brings over 20 years experience in database design and management as well as 9 years of experience in online course content design and delivery.
In his free time, Dan enjoys long walks and park visits with Zoe, his little bundle-of-energy rescue dog adopted from the Humane Society.
- Concluded a major redesign of the company website. The goal was to make the site easier to navigate and provide a more unified experience across this site and our continuing education website, the School of Behavior Happens.
- Overhauled the Implementation Science Tool Kit by refining the content to provide better results for users and to create a more uniform look across all tools in the kit.
- Design and production of marketing materials to promote Implementation Scientists, LLC and the School of Behavior Happens.
A Fun Memory
“This past year I was afforded the opportunity to dedicate more weekly hours to website and materials redesign and tasks related to marketing the School of Behavior Happens, our online portal dedicated to continuing education for Board Certified Behavioral Analysts. Zoe, our vice ‘paws-ident’ of Trailblazing, worked diligently by my side all day, every day. She provided much-needed inspiration as well as mandatory ‘fresh air’ breaks outdoors.”