TAMPA, FL – PeakBiety branding + advertising announces the recent appointment of its Creative Director, Amy Phillips, to the position of online adjunct faculty with the International Academy of Design & Technology Online. A valued part of the PeakBiety team for more than four years, her credentials include a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT and post-graduate study at the American Academy of Art in Chicago, IL. In past years, Amy taught as an adjunct faculty for Advertising and Design at the University of South Florida.
When asked why she is interested in online instruction, Amy explains, “Two things attracted me to teaching online for IADT. One was curiosity about how online learning takes place. Through an excellent and intensive training program, I now understand some of the unique challenges faced by the online learner and instructor. Additionally, teaching a course such as Advertising Concepts is mutually beneficial. Students gain insight from an employed creative who practices in the real world, while I benefit from theoretical exposure, which keeps my own work at the agency fresh.”
The International Academy of Design & Technology comprises 11 campus locations throughout the U.S. and Canada. The Academy in Tampa launched the Academy Online in 2007, which now serves close to 3,000 students worldwide through its Virtual Campus.
PeakBiety branding + advertising® services local, regional and national clients in a variety of business sectors. The agency focuses on adding value for its clients by improving customer perceptions. This commitment is summed up in the agency’s promise, “the power of perception®.”
PeakBiety is one of the few agencies in Tampa Bay to meet the strict requirements for membership in the prestigious American Association of Advertising Agencies (4As). For more information, call Glen Peak at PeakBiety branding + advertising, 813-227-8006, extension 114, e-mail email@example.com or visit peakbiety.com.