Silvina Bamrungpong, Ph.D., MBA
Silvina's research is situated in the examination of organizational, community, and social systems through studies in management, systems theory, and related social sciences. Her work also touches on information society and knowledge organizations that focuses on the ways in which media, information, and knowledge are transforming our societies, cultures, organizations, and our own selves.
Her current research emphasizes the use of digital and physical spaces towards the creation of immersive and interactive environments. Beyond this, research interests include various media, but specifically transmedia, designing educational and professional environments for 21st century learners and beyond, systems theory, social entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation, and story/storytelling in its various forms.
Fielding Graduate University - Doctorate in Human and Organizational Systems, with a concentration in Information Society and Knowledge Organizations
Fielding Graduate University - Master of Arts in Human Development
California Lutheran University - Master in Business Administration, with a concentration in Entrepreneurship
Azusa Pacific University - Bachelor of Science in Business/Organizational Leadership
Silvina brings over 25 years of business and technology expertise working for companies such as KPMG Peat Marwick, General Motors, and FISERV where she held several executive positions.
Silvina served on the editorial advisery and review board for three book chapters for Virtual Environments for Corporate Education: Employee Learning and Solutions - author: William Ritke-Jones (Cybermations Consulting Group, USA) Copyright: 2010
She also assisted and coordinated with Dr. Barnett Pearce in editorial revisions for Wikipedia articles/entries for his theory of Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM) in both the technical and editorial aspects of the articles/entries.