Lisa Weinberger is an educator and business owner with over 20 years’ experience designing and leading corporate marketing training programs in higher education, and teaching college courses in online and classroom environments using original curricula. Positions include an online learning instructor/ content/curriculum developer, in partnership with K-12, corporate and higher education professionals.
Through my company, PearlyWrites.com, I design and teach original eLearning, course syllabi, curricula, and assessments in higher education. Instruct college business students in subjects that include business and technical writing, SEO and digital marketing, web and social media, leadership, and management Annually, I teach up to 200 undergraduates per F2F and online class; to date, have instructed over 2500 learners. Clients include Fair Lawn School District, LSI, Annenberg Foundation, Laurel Tech, University of Phoenix, SNHU, SilkWeb, Post University, Fisher College, Bergen Community College, William Paterson University, Maricopa Community Colleges, and iDesign.
- Created and managed two four-week training programs for recent college grads and 35 college interns at Bankrate and Quinstreet about SEO and digital marketing. The interns were offered jobs within the company after their training.
- Created 10 modules and assessments for Southern New Hampshire University online undergraduate course on social media marketing. Collaborated with professors to complete the course build.
- Conducted research, writing, and editing of articles and audio scripts and produced curricula, including Vocabulary and Its Relationship to the Other Element of Literacy and Semantic Graphic Organizers for Learning Sciences International, LLC.
- Served as copyeditor on multiple lesson plans including Elements of a Story and Spelling Bee, and teacher resources for educators for the Annenberg Foundation.
- Created budget and leadership courses, workbooks and seminars for Fred Pryor.
- Created financial services books and teacher resources with National Academy Foundation (in partnership with Pearson and Vanderbilt University) for college-level students on topics that included the history of banking and origins of money.
Incorporating Digital Media into Teaching Composition, PearlyWrites.com
The Case for Teaching Personal Finance to High School Students, PrimeRates.com