1998 - Jan 2000; 2003 - 2005: Clinic Director of Emperor's College of Traditional Oriental Medicine, Santa Monica, CA.
Job responsibility: Authorized to and assumed responsibility for daily administrative operation of the College's clinical activities and management of human resources, including the hiring, training, evaluation and termination of clinical staff. Development and implementation of institutional functions related to clinic procedures, processes, operations and quarterly and yearly clinic schedules; development of long-term growth strategies for clinic improvement and expansion; and the development of externship program. Executed legal clinical documents and contracts on behalf of the College. Developed and updated Exposure Control Plan, Risk Management Plan and HIPAA manual. Oversaw management and quality control of clinic supervisors, medical procedures, interns and clinic staff.
Jan. 2000 - Jan 2003: Academic Dean of Emperor's College of Traditional Oriental Medicine, Santa Monica, CA.
Job responsibility: Led and provided direction for the education program at Emperor's College. Daily administrative operation of College's academic activities and development and the operation of academic institutional functions. Ensured the College's academic compliance with all regulatory agency requirements, specifically ACAOM, BPPVE, State of California Acupuncture Board and Federal Department of Education, including regulations related to Title IV federal Financial Aid. Authorized and was responsible for the recruitment, hiring, training and evaluation of all academic faculty. Oversaw Alumni Association, in charge of Continue Education Seminars, development of curriculum, creation and oversight of the administration of Master's Degree comprehensive examinations. Supervised students' satisfactory academic and clinical progress, addressed student complains. Formulated and developed student personnel policies, developed and oversaw externship and research programs. Oversaw overall operation of the institution and its policies, procedures and purposes as set forth by the board, bylaws and mission, etc.
May 2001 - Present: Commissioner, Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM)
1994 - 1995 Consulted with NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) to develop Chinese herbal medicine portion of their licensing examination
1998 - present Site Visit Team member for: ACAOM (Accreditation Commission Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) and BPPVE (Bureau for Private Post-secondary and Vocation Education)