Dr. Salice?s career spans higher education, professional and adult education where she helps prepare individuals to be lifelong learners, reflective in their practice and ethical in their private and professional lives. Adult literacy and learning have been her specific focus for over 25 years in adult education, non-profit administration, business and industry.
Dr. Salice?s on-line teaching experience spans thirteen years. Currently, she teaches Adult Learning for Walden University, technology courses and Ethics for Education Administrators. She is also a technical writer who has written position papers, curriculum and manuals.
She holds a Doctorate in Education from the University of Southern California in the field of Higher, Adult and Professional Education. Undergraduate degrees are in Political Science and Educational Administration/Educational Psychology from the University of Hawaii. She has also taught history and government in the K-12 system.
Dr. Salice has been a resident of San Diego for sixteen years, Los Angeles for two years, and Hawaii for thirty-one years. She is originally from the Bronx, New York. She have traveled widely and is very interested and concerned about education at all levels: elementary, secondary and tertiary.