Philip Christensen

Philip R. Christensen

Corporate Tax Analyst at Red Lion Hotels Corporation

Location:
201 W North River Dr Ste 100, Spokane, Washington, United States
HQ Phone:
(509) 459-6100

General Information

Experience

Project Director  - Academy for Educational Development

Education

Bachelor's degree  - Social Psychology , Harvard University

Doctorate in Education  - University of Massachusetts

Affiliations

Country Director  - Room

Independent Development Consultant  - Christensen Consulting LLC

Regional Project Director, Farmer Voice Radio  - Khulisa

Project Director, Modular Systems Development Programme  - University of Massachusetts

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Phil Christensen, CPA, CFP, CLU, CHFC
Phil began his career in public accounting in 1986 working for small to mid-sized public accounting firms performing audits, tax preperation and business consulting. He later became a corporate tax analyst for Red Lion Hotels where he was responsible for corporate, partnership, and property tax compliance. In 1992, Phil began working with State Farm insurance companies in the managment development program. He served in many capacities over the next 12 years as an Accounting Supervisor, business analyst in Bloomington, IL and as a Life Health Liason supporting and training agents in Advanced Life cases as well as monitoring the Variable Compliance program. His many years working with State Farm agents and managment executives across the nation have provided him with a unique expertise. Assisting new agents in developing and maintaining their offices has become one of our specialty areas. Phil plays soccer with Ballyhoo FC and enjoys watching both of his children play sports.

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Philip Christensen, South Africa Country Director

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Philip R. Christensen
Philip R. Christensen Dr. Philip R. Christensen is Director of the South Africa office of the Academy for Educational Development. An instructional systems specialist by training, he has spent much of his career exploring the potential of technology to improve educational quality. His most recent contributions to this field involved Cyberschool Africa, an innovative Web-based revision service for disadvantaged South African high school students. He has lived and worked in Africa since 1980, managing four multi-million rand, donor-funded educational development projects elsewhere on the continent prior to settling permanently in South Africa in 1996. During this time he directed schemes to develop radio lessons to teach primary English in Kenya (a system now being used by more than 500,000 South African children), help reform curriculum and teacher-training in Lesotho, and implement innovations such as continuous assessment, outcomes-based education and training for school heads in Swaziland and Namibia. Previously he worked in Ontario as the instructional systems designer for a vocational-technical tertiary institution, managed a modularisation project at the University of Massachusetts, and designed educational programmes for a Chicago-area NGO. He has lectured part-time at two universities and consulted extensively around the world with schools, universities, civil society organisations, private-sector companies, governments and donor agencies. Dr. Christensen holds a Bachelor's degree in Social Psychology from Harvard University and a Doctorate in Education from the University of Massachusetts.

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