Trelisa (Trey) R. Glazatov, PhD, CPTD

Trelisa has worked in the education industry as a practitioner and educator focused on instructional design and development in emerging learning environments. She also has previous experience working in the health care industry as a consultant and financial analyst as well as multimedia development experience in industry and as a partner in an educational multimedia company. Trelisa has a Ph.D. in Learning Technologies from Nova Southeastern University, a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology from Wayne State University, a M.H.S.A. in Health Management and Policy from the University of Michigan, and a B.S. in Finance from the University of Iowa.

Summary of Professional Experience

  • Experience working in various public and private educational settings including K-12, community colleges, and 4-year universities
  • Rich mix of business, administrative, technical, and instructional experience that enhances understanding of institutional strategic directions, visions, and operations
  • Knowledgeable in financial analysis and project management; able to prioritize effectively, multitask, and achieve identified objectives and goals
  • Strong problem-solving and solution-building skills through consensus; skilled in presenting to small and large groups and collaborating through committee and collegial consultation with both internal and external partners

Selected Professional Employment

  • March 2022 – Present Competency Based Education Program Developer, Los Angeles Pacific University
    • Serves a curriculum lead in the course development for the Competency-Based Education Master of Science in Instructional Design program.
  • June 2019 – June 2020 Grant Coordinator (Contractor), Chaffey College
    • Collaborated across divisions and departments to assist with the planning, supervision, and implementation of the one-year Online CTE Pathways Grant and the development of the Chaffey College Virtual Center for Career Pathways (CVCCP)
  • October 2018 – Present Curriculum Developer, Umoja Community Education Foundation
    • Provide insight and expertise on curriculum design, educational theory, research, and data on serving African- American students, and design practices in preparing faculty and subject matter experts for successful course design.
  • August 2013 – August 2018 Instructional Technology Specialist, San Bernardino Community College District
    • Managed projects related to distance education including system upgrades, product/services evaluations, recommendations, and implementations.
    • Identified, developed, and facilitated training opportunities in various modalities for small and large groups of faculty and staff on instructional technology, instructional design of online, hybrid, and face to face courses, software, and web applications, learning management systems, and computer operating systems.

Selected Workshops/Conventions Presentations

  • Glazatov, T. (2013). Applying the Component Display Theory to the Instructional Development and Design of an Educational Mobile Application. Poster Session presented at: AECT Annual Conference, October 31, 2013.
  • Glazatov, T. (2012). Applying Instructional Design System Theory to Mobile Learning Environments. Poster Session presented at: Nova Southeastern University, School of Computer and Information Sciences, Fall 2012 Doctoral Student Session.


  • Glazatov, T. (2014, March).  Applying the Component Display Theory to the Design of an Educational Mobile Application. In Proceedings of the New Learning Technologies SALT Conference: Orlando, FL.
  • Glazatov, T. (2012).  Applying Instructional Design System Theory to Mobile Learning Environments. Journal of Applied Learning Technology, 2(2), 28-34
  • Glazatov, T. (2012).  Inclusiveness in online programs:  Disability issues and implications for higher education administrators. Journal of Applied Learning Technology, 2(1), 14-18.
  • Glazatov, T. (2011). Thoughts on Varner. Journal of Applied Learning Technology, 1(4), 32-33.