Margaret has overseen education programs, partnerships, and operations for 17+ years, collaborating with internal and external leadership and stakeholders to provide strategy and guidance across blended learning, face-to-face, continuing and professional education, and online education programs. Margaret is an out-of-the-box, analytic thinker committed to advancing education equity, student success, and social impact in digital and in-person environments and to creating new teaching and learning models that drive measurable results. Throughout her career, Margaret led several large-scale redesign transformation programs that radically improved teaching and learning outcomes, efficiency, and processes across the higher education, corporate learning and development, and education startup industries.
Margaret serves as an Assistant Director of Instructional Design for Arizona State University, where she guides academic units and external stakeholders in the strategic planning and formulation of the university online course development and delivery plans. Margaret builds and maintains lasting relationships with diverse cross-cultural leaders, stakeholders and interdisciplinary faculty, driving learning outcomes through a people-focused approach to facilitate the development of innovative online education programs. She excels at building diverse teams, operationalizing strategic programs and partnerships, and deploying learning analytics to optimize student success globally. Margaret is currently leading the expansion of online global programs with the development of 5 online graduate degrees in China.
Margaret previously oversaw operations across a team of 19 learning designers, multimedia designers, and a senior editor in the U.S., China, and India and directly managed 14 learning designers designing coding bootcamps, workforce development, and upskilling experiences.
Margaret currently serves on the International Advisory Board for Online Learning, a global think tank comprised of 134+ experts across 18 countries committed to advancing cutting edge and innovative ways of providing deep online learning experiences for students in the K-20 arena and the development of global practitioners in online pedagogy, instructional design, alternative audiences, DEI concepts, and innovative tools and technology.
Margaret's work on the United Nations SDG 5 Training for Parliamentarians and Global Changemakers has been featured globally to over 8,000 world leaders across 191 countries, contributing to ASU's No. 1 ranking in the U.S. and top 5 in the world for global impact by Times Higher Education.
Margaret is pursuing an EdD degree in Leadership and Innovation. In her spare time, Margaret enjoys kickboxing, indoor cycling, and hiking.
Strategic Planning, Leadership, Operations Management, Program Management, Entrepreneurial Development, Higher Education, Online Learning, Student Success, Fiscal Oversight, Digital Learning Initiatives, Continuing Education, Partnership Development, Vendor Selection, Vendor Management, Technology Platforms, Learning Outcomes, Business Process Improvement, International Programs, Legal/Regulatory Compliance