Dr. Theresa “Taj” Shotwell: How should new professionals control their behavior, image & spending?
Dr. Theresa “Taj” Shotwell, is a distinguished author, professor, songwriter, screenwriter, playwright, and poet. Dr. Shotwell wrote several fiction and nonfiction books including a bestselling textbook. She earned an accounting degree and an MBA from Golden Gate University. Dr. Shotwell worked fifteen years in public accounting. She earned a Doctor of Education degree from the University of San Francisco and taught over thirty years in business and education at colleges and universities in California and Florida, ending the last 18 years as a full honored professor at the Florida A&M University. Dr. Shotwell lives a health-conscious lifestyle, enjoys community service, and has traveled to every continent and many countries.
In episode 320 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Dr. Shotwell chose Golden Gate University, what she liked best about being a professor at Florida A&M on Educational Leadership and Accounting for over 18 years, how educators can teach accounting in a fun way, time management advice for college students, how new professionals and recent graduates can control their behavior, their image, and their spending, whether Dr. Shotwell’s new book will help with the careers that students should choose, what are assumptions people make about our appearance, and what advice for college students she has for them to get their dream job. Enjoy!