Dr. Buck is a writer, author, and long-time educator. Her interests are in the areas of storytelling and moral development. She is the host for a weekly radio program "The Rabbit's Hole." The program explores children’s stories and examines the values they present and the meaning they have in our lives. She believes that the moral imagination is an incredibly powerful part of the human spirit and begins development with the stories we are read to as young children and guides our choices as older adults.

Education

Ph.D.  Communication. Regent University (2009). School of Communication & the Arts. Dissertation: A qualitative study of four Christian women and value development over their life span.

Doctorate in Religious Education, Friends International University, (2004). Development of educational programs.

M. A.  Education with certificate in Educational Technology. California State Polytechnic University (1995). College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. Thesis: A quantitative study of the impact of visual on decision-making. Awarded outstanding Master's Thesis.

B. S.  Communication, California State Polytechnic University (1993). College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. Outstanding Student Award; Honors: magna cum laude

Experience

  Founder & Executive director, The Children’s Storytelling and Family Literacy Corporation. 501c3 for public benefit

2007 - present

  Radio talk show host "The Rabbit Hole" a weekly show which explores children’s stories and examines the values they present and the meaning they have in our lives. 

2012 - present

•  Classroom management and teaching experience, instructional materials augmented with online delivery

1995 - 2006

  Volunteer communication media specialist

1995 -present



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