Early in her career, Jill lectured design seminars nationally for University Television Network/We Education program coordinated by Eric Teitelbaum. Academic venues including: University of Colorado, Boulder; State University of New York, Albany; University of Miami; University of Tennessee, Knoxville; California State University, Northridge; California Polytechnic University, Pomona; University of California, San Diego; California State University, San Marcos; and others. In 2016, she was guest lecturer for California State University, Los Angeles, Department of Arts and Letters in Bill Teitelbaum’s television and film class speaking on “Digital Media in Contemporary Culture.”
Jill is keynote speaker for museums and historical societies on topics including: “Global Visual Culture: Contemporary Art and the Environment,” “Curatorial Practice: Connecting Historical Narratives Today,” and “Marketing for the Arts: strategic planning for non-profit/cultural institutions and emerging artists.”
Jill is a guest speaker and lecturer for academic and cultural institutions developing cultural awareness and education in the Arts. She is Associate Professor lecturing and developing onsite and online curricula in Global Visual Culture at Santa Monica College; Art History at Allan Hancock College, South University, and Southern New Hampshire University; Marketing Management at Post University Malcolm Baldrige School of Business and Management; and Marketing and Interactive Strategies at National University School of Business and Management, La Jolla. She is certified in Canvas, Blackboard, and eCollege Learning Management Systems and has mentored hundreds of artists and industry professionals throughout her multi-faceted career. Jill lives and works on the California Central Coast.