Kim Brower specializes in written communication and virtual engagement. She is a triple degree USC Trojan, holding an Ed.D. in Educational Psychology, a Master of Professional Writing, and a B.S. in Business. Over the years, she has taught online, hybrid, and campus-based courses at the Rossier School of Education and the Marshall School of Business. Her professional experience builds on over twenty years of experience as a syndicated columnist, blogger, and professional writer. She has written news articles for WomenEntrepreneur.com, FoxBusiness.com, CNN: Anderson Cooper 360, and opinion pieces for the Los Angeles Times, and the Orange County Register. She’s the author of Global Warming is Good for Business(Quill Driver Books), which won the National Indie Excellence Award for Best Business Book and Best Book in All Categories in 2009. In addition to writing, she has been instrumental in the design, development, and deployment of online courses and programs at the Marshall School of Business, including the top-ranked Online MBA program. She has presented on topics about online learning at the Association for Business Communication, and the Online Learning Consortium awarded her with the “Best in Track Award for Institutional Strategies & Innovation” for her collaborative presentation on Integrated instructional design: Building a process for creating multi-disciplinary courses at the graduate level.