I have over 35 years of senior executive management experience in large public corporations and small private start-ups, for-profits and non-profits, and domestic and international businesses. I have served on, and have reported to, boards of directors. I have over 15 years of college teaching experience at the graduate and undergraduate levels. I have very strong financial skills as evidenced by an MBA in Finance and my CPA certificate. I am at the ABD stage of my doctorate in Business (Accounting). I am completely fluent in English and Spanish.
My employment has been separated into three distinct phases of my life. First, and prior to 1981, it consisted of the traditional progression up the corporate ladder in a variety of executive positions and companies. Second, and beginning in 1981, I formed my own consulting company, José E. Muñoz, Jr., Inc., or JÉM, Inc., for short. I undertook various consulting projects in a variety of industries, some of which led to full-time assignments and employment, as will be described in detail below. Third, and beginning in 2006, I have started a transition into academic life, while maintaining an active consulting practice. I currently serve as MBA Program Director and Associate Professor in the Point Loma Nazarene University’s Fermanian School of Business. As a part of the academic process, I am in the final year of a doctoral program (DBA) at Anderson University (Indiana) with a concentration in Accounting.