Simon Cleveland has over two decades of experience in managing complex technological projects, including software systems projects for NASA, Department of Education, Department of Homeland Security, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Accenture, Avanade (joint venture of Microsoft and Accenture), General Dynamics, and AOL. For the past several years, he has taught graduate-level courses in project management, information systems, and information technology at Northeastern University, Brandeis University, City University of Seattle, and Nova Southeastern University. With his proven ability to leverage appropriate teaching and evaluation strategies that address the needs of a variety of student learning styles at both graduate and undergraduate levels, Dr. Cleveland contributed to the curriculum creation for several project management courses. Dr. Cleveland is a professionally certified (PMP, CSM, CSPO, ITIL, Six Sigma Black and Green Belts) technology expert and a dynamic researcher with over 20 peer-reviewed journal and conference publications in the fields of project management, information systems, and computer mediated communication. He currently serves as the Associate Editor for the International Journal of Knowledge Society Research and serves on several Editorial Review Boards for international journals on project management, business research, information and communication technology and knowledge management. Dr. Cleveland earned a Ph.D. in Information Systems from Nova Southeastern University, a M.S. in Project Management from the George Washington University, and a B.S. in Management and Marketing (double major) from George Mason University. Dr. Cleveland is a three-time recipient of the prestigious Dr. Harold Kerzner Scholarship awarded by the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation. In 2017, Dr. Cleveland was awarded the Tropaia Award Recipient for Outstanding Faculty at Georgetown University.