Tonisha has 15 years of work experience, with several years tenure in management, including a mid-level position. Her academic areas of interest include, Renewable Energy and Smart Grids, Cyber Security and Big Data Risks, Capacity Development, Student Engagement and Curriculum Enhancement. Tonisha currently is an Enterprise Educator based in the Centre for Work Based Learning and Professional Programmes at GSM London, with a range of teaching, learning and research remits. She plays a key role in Curriculum development, supporting External Examiners, module and resource design and delivery at level 5, and 6 on number of degree programmes: BSc (Hons) Oil and Gas Management, BSc (Hons) Enterprise and Small Business Development, BSc (Hons) Business Management with Creative Industries and BSc (Hons) Business Management with E-Commerce Degree Programmes.
Tonisha focuses on innovation and training as primary modes of creating strategic enterprise business value. She does this by harnessing the inherent value in digital solutions that incorporate sound business processes, new technology, and ease of communication to optimize business performance. She has experience leading diverse global teams to produce, build and maintain sustainable global e-commerce and cross platform digital marketing processes.
Tagoe, F. T. and Sharif M.S. (2017) 'The Future of Enterprise Security with Regards to Mobile Technology and Applications', Global Security, Safety and Sustainability - The Security Challenges of the Connected World, 11 th International Conference, ICGS3. London, UK, January 18-20. Spinger International, pp. 321-330.
Hayes, D. Ngwana, T. A. and Tagoe, F. T. (2017) 'Sustainability and Educational Leadership Development in Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) - Responding to multiple perspectives,' British Educational Leadership Management and Administration Society (BELMAS) Annual Conference, 2017.
As part of her role within Curriculum Development, Tonisha works with a range of Learning Technologies including Microsoft Powerpoint, Moodle and Articulate Storyline to create a range of engaging materials for use by lecturers throughout the Semester. Tonisha supports a stream of research capacity building activity relating to building an architecture for the support and evaluation of research capacity with the institution and the training materials for staff.
She has contributed to courses ranging from a core module shared across multiple undergraduate programmes (Marketing and Communications), electives related to E-commerce and she is also involved in the delivery of the Analytics module which is part of the Digital Marketing Institute (DMI) certificate.
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