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Tabitha Cornwell

Tabitha Cornwell

Project Manager of Learning Content

University of Phoenix

Phoenix, AZ

Today, I focus on developing & delivering quality educational tools to improve student experience in higher ed. For more than a decade, I’ve helped others refine their own content & communication through writing instruction & editing. With my roots in teaching, I love sharing interesting information & developing others.




"When the mind is braced by labor and invention, the page of whatever book we read becomes luminous with manifold allusion." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

University of Phoenix

Project Manager of Learning Content

I took on this role with about 24 hours' notice - I could have panicked, but I just started making decisions. I realized I'm adept at taking action despite ambiguous circumstances. When teammates struggle, I can visualize the end result and choose a clear path forward to get us there.

University of Phoenix

Data Analyst

It turns out "data analyst" is code for "figure it out." Luckily, I love to get to the bottom of a problem. I found my niche in not only solving the issue, but communicating an often technically-challenging solution to the customer in an accessible way. I was recognized multiple times for interdepartmental relations and training efforts.

“Tabitha has a terrific attitude toward problems that challenge the unknown. She attacks unfamiliar situations and works diligently to find best-fit solutions. She really enjoys a learning challenge.”

University of Phoenix

Senior Faculty Coordinator

I got to work with 50 incredibly talented, brilliant faculty tutors every day and help them feel supported despite being thousands of miles apart. I also revamped the payroll process so they got paid the right amount and on the right date. It's the little things.

"Take no notice of anyone you don't respect." - Jeanette Winterson

Arizona State University

BA, English

You name it, I tried to major in it. I fell into English after I asked my advisor about my fastest route to graduation. I thought, ugh, what will I EVER do with a degree in this? The joke was on me - I loved every class. Philosophy, psychoanalysis, communication, rhetoric, feminism, historical context... the stuff that makes life worth living.

University of Phoenix

MS, Psychology

Years of working in education and training had given me insight into the brain and the different ways in which people learn. I wanted to hone my skills even further and learn to reach an even broader population. Psych isn't only about the stuff that's wrong with you - it's about the nuances that make us unique.

Open Universities Australia / Open2Study

MOOC, Teaching Adult Learners

I love a good MOOC! Not only was each teaching module concise and readily applicable, but the course's open format fostered discussion from global perspectives. Over 800 students from all over the world shared experiences in teaching and learning from their cultural viewpoint.

“Tabitha works with integrity; she strives for superior results and helps others achieve results.”

first job

At 13, I got the chance to work with a grant-funded project that helped seniors become familiar with technology. When the grant expired, I was asked to continue the program, and I took the opportunity to revitalize the curriculum. I had no idea that my first job would not only teach me invaluable lessons in patience and compassion, but ignite a lifelong passion for education.



My love for art and obsession with details led me to the world of macro photography. I'm an avid phoneographer (mobile photographer) because you'll never know when you'll find something incredible in the details. You can find me crouched in bushes or craning my neck on a cool early morning at a nearby botanical garden.


thinking talents

I'm a sucker for a good personality test! In Levo's Thinking Talents model, I tend to analyze concepts by intuitively finding relationships between seemingly disparate elements. I love the process of learning new ideas and I'm relentless when it comes to communicating a finding to peers or management.

In MBTI-speak, I'm a rational and strategic INTJ, and in the DISC assessment, I hit all four quadrants (overachiever...)

thinking talents app