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Dr. Armando Salas-Amaro, Jr.
Dr. Salas-Amaro holds several accredited degrees and has been in higher education for over 16 years. Currently, he works for Keiser University as the Chair of the Leadership for Managers Concentration in the MBA Program and remains an active adjunct faculty member for the University of Phoenix Graduate School of Business. Prior to joining Keiser University, Dr. Armando was an Education Policy Analyst for the State of Florida at the Florida Department of Education, Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) which operates under the executive branch of state government.
As a specialized business faculty member, Dr. Armando has also contributed to ECPI College of Technology and Herzing University. Dr. Salas-Amaro also worked as a financial aid administrator for Miami-Dade College known as the largest community college in the United States.
Dr. Armando serves on several state and national boards such as the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges (FAPSC) Continuing Education Committee, formerly on Mapping-Your-Future, and the National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP) along with the Florida Chapter of NATP. During Dr. Salas-Amaro’s years of service to the Florida Department of Education he was actively involved in the Florida Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (FASFAA) as a presenter/trainer, the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator (NASFAA), and the Southern Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (SASFAA).
Mapping-Your-Future awarded Dr. Salas-Amaro an Excellence award in May 2009 for the contributions made to the Revenue Plan of Action Committee.
Dr. Salas-Amaro’s doctoral dissertation was on default prevention and management practices at Florida Community Colleges. After publishing his dissertation, Dr. Salas-Amaro has published three times in The Refractive Thinker: An Anthology of Doctoral Writers. His contributions include The Historical Development and Transformational Process of Student Financial Aid, Becoming an Agent of Transformation, and The Unexampled Qualitative Multiple Case Study Methodology. Dr. Salas-Amaro has also been the guest speaker in National Webcasts by CollegeWeek Live and has also participated in "Este es El Momento" with Univision. He has been featured in Amazon Author Central, The Lentz Leadership Institute, and the University of Phoenix has awarded him several honorariums for his published work and for his successful accomplishments in the national web casts. You may view Dr. Salas-Amaro's publications at The Lentz Leadership Institute.
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