770-557-0077  wlambert7@comcast.net


Mr. Lambert has a Bachelor’s degree from Lemoyne-Owen College in Biology and Chemistry, a Master’s degree in Education, from Memphis State University, and he finished all the course work on a Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction with a minor in Physics Education. He is a former teacher in the Memphis City Schools System, where he won the prestigious Distinguished Teacher Award. He was employed by Memphis State University to create Instructional Physics video tapes. He also has served as a technical writer for Memphis Light Gas & Water, the second largest utility company in the United States. He was later promoted to a curriculum developer where he was responsible for all the field training for that organization. He has worked for South Central Bell , Southern Bell and BellSouth. He was an Instructor for BellSouth in Birmingham, Alabama, where he both developed and taught courses in data hardware, selling skills and motivation. Mr. Lambert won an award for the most accepted suggestions in BellSouth, one of which was awarded an $11,000 cash prize.

Mr. Lambert has made teaching his life. He has taught almost everything. The list includes:
Science Craft Classes Basic Swimming Microsoft Word Presentation Skills
Biology Fencing Life Saving Windows NT, XP Consulting Skills
Chemistry Self-Defense First Aid Microsoft Excel Selling Skills
Physics Silk-Screening CPR Microsoft Publisher Technical Writing
Mathematics Intro to the Internet Aqua Survival Desktop Publishing Intro to Microcomputers
Office 2003 Microsoft Publisher Website Maintenance 6500 System Windowing Terminals
Computer Concepts Operating Systems Basic HTML Programming Introduction to JAVA Using the INTERNET
Angry Customers
How to be
Happy at Work
How to Teach
Advanced Students
How to Teach
"BAD" Students
Teaching Techniques,
A New direction

He has taken techniques and strategies gained from these varied educational experiences and forged them into a series of educational presentations that Leads To Success.

He has published articles in the education and training arena. Some of the articles are: Liven up the Lecture Method, What You Say Is What You Get, Micro Videotaping and The Madison Avenue Approach (to Teaching).