Patricia Sainvilus works from Asbury Park, NJ and is a first-generation college student and Haitian-American. She has a Bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in Health Education and a Master’s in Human Behavior and Organizational Psychology. Prior to joining Saint Peter’s Online Programs as an Instructional Designer, she worked as a psychology professor at various institutions. Patricia is a published author of a children’s activity book and currently completing her doctorate in Educational Leadership: Higher Education Track.
Renee has been working in academia for over 10 years. She holds a Master of Arts degree in instructional technology and media from Teachers College, Columbia University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of the West Indies. After graduating with her masters, she has worked at various institutions supporting faculty in the use of technology in education, and designing meaningful learning experiences using various methodologies. In addition to that, she has participated in the rollout of major educational initiatives. Over the years, Renee has developed expertise in course design, training, relationship building and working with a diverse group of faculty in various fields.
Sky earned his Doctorate in Curriculum and Instructional Design, and Master’s in Educational Technology and Media Technology from Texas A&M University-Commerce. He is a Quality Matters certified Peer Reviewer and accessibility specialist. As an Instructional Designer, Sky has a genuine interest in working with faculty to design interactive, engaging, and effective learning experiences.