Santa Rosa, California vineyard at sunset


hands with wrists breaking ropes that bound them - symbolizing the freedom on learning how to DIY

web sites •  blogs • shopping carts • email marketing • social media marketing


DIY updates

  • Update as often as you want or need to, whenever & wherever
  • Encourage visitors to return to your site for regular fresh content
  • Let the world hear your unique voice

custom technology training

DoctorGeek offers professional on-site and live remote online training to higher ed, non-profits, businesses & individuals. Training is customized to meet your objectives effectively, efficiently & as painlessly as possible.

  • Hands-on technology training is tailored to fit your goals.
  • One-on-one training is offered in one (1) hour chunks - about as much as most people can digest at one time.
  • Participants learn by doing in project-based workshops.
  • Workshop can run from two hours to one or two weeks.
  • Follow-up support is available online 24/7/365.

DoctorGeek can design and deliver custom e-learning content. Check out some ol' online articles.

business consulting

“DoctorGeek has helped me tremendously. I started out thinking I could do it myself with one of the 'build your own' sites! I kept loading information on it and after awhile I recognized it was not good. In fact, it was terrible. DoctorGeek helped me to focus, 'sift and winnow' the content and make it all work.

Within a week I had a number of new clients! I was amazed. Her computer knowledge coupled with her business sense made it seem easy. She is above all understandable, patient and willing to persevere until it is something you are content with. I highly recommend her to anyone wanting to build a website.”

-Ann Bingham Newman,

“I have worked with Dr. Kullmann in the capacity of web designer associated with my consulting business, MB HealthWorks. Susan has a wealth of practical information to assist any newly formed business that desires breaking into the web information network. Susan is personable, professional and extremely creative in her web designs. She communicates verbally with the skill level necessary to match that of the audience, thus producing real-time instruction that benefits everyone in the room.”
-Eric McLaughlin |

other clients

non-profit consulting

Project Sister Family Services, regional sexual assault crisis and prevention, Pomona, CA

Harvey Mudd College and Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, CA

Rancho Santa Botanic Gardens, the largest botanic garden dedicated to California native plants, Claremont, CA

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), Pomona, CA Chapter - dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental illness & their families

Choices, La Puente, CA / Cal State LA - helps women, high-risk youth, pregnant teens, parenting teens and adults and their families

instructional technology

Instructional Technology Consultant
Scripps College, Claremont, CA (2004 - 2012)

“Susan created a program at the College that engaged students as IT consultants for faculty. The program helped faculty integrated technology into their teaching and it provided training for students that helped many find employment after college. Susan worked well with all constituencies.”
-Cecilia Conrad, MacArthur Foundation, Former Dean of Faculty

IT training

Director, Instructional & Information Technology Learning (2002-2003), Director, Faculty Computing Support Center (1999 - 2002), Faculty (1991-2005)
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Read more about online teaching and learning at Cal Poly Pomona.

“Susan is among the rare few academic technologists who effectively traverses the two domains of the scholarly and the technology support community. Her engagement with faculty was customer focused, thoughtful, reflective, and based on a fabulous breadth of understanding of the academic usefulness of the technology tools she had to offer. She is one of the true leaders in academic technology.
- Lev Gonick, OneCommunity, former Director, ITAC

“It is my pleasure to recommend Susan for any position dealing with the training, use, and management of instructional technology in higher education. At Cal Poly Pomona, Susan did a masterful job of creating a learning community of faculty involved in using instructional technology. She understood what faculty needed and in a collegial way made resources available. Susan was well respected by the faculty, staff, and students she worked with.”
-Phil Rosenkrantz | Professor, Industrial Management & Engineering

“Susan was an excellent manager. I remember her best for having the ability to get tasks done in a very timely and efficient manner. At the time she had about 10 employees under her but managed to maintain a close business relationship with all of us. I knew I could always count on Susan to be honest with me about the job I was doing which I think is something that a lot of managers lack in the industry today. I truly feel that Susan will be an asset to any company she works for sheerly based on her ability to delegate and get tasks done in a deadline driven environment.”
Prakash Chandran, Google; former student instructional technology assistant, Cal Poly Pomona

short workshops

4 business people looking at a laptop

  • Web design principles & best practices

  • Email marketing for business & nonprofits

  • Managing your WordPress site

  • Wanna be gregarious on social media?

  • Is a Facebook fan page for you?

  • Reaping the gold ~ smart web searching demystified

  • Effective presentation skills without bullets or templates

  • Send business email like a pro

  • Safe computing ~ keep your devices out of harm's way

  • Improve teaching & learning with technology

  • Best practices for training online instructors

  • Foster active learning with technology

longer workshops

Project-based, hands-on training
  • Create modern user-friendly websites
  • Design effective presentations
  • So you wanna be a blogger?
  • Social media marketing
  • Imaging > digital editing for print, preparing graphics & video for the web, etc.

“Susan is an organized professional who motivated others to challenge themselves. She was always available to answer my questions and to assist me in the discovery of new and effective ways to use technology in the classroom. Susan took a strategic approach to teaching and learning with technology.”
-Don St. Hilaire, Collins College of Hospitality Management, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

businessman being shown something on a laptop

“Susan and I worked together in several contexts: as colleagues in various academic programs on campus, as colleagues in faculty service organizations, and as trainer/trainee in the division where she was a director. She designed and led several IT workshops in which I participated. In all of these contexts, she was easy to understand and work with, in fact, inspirational in her role with IIT. Susan is extremely smart and fluent with technology. She communicates well, enjoys other people, and provides direction without over-managing. She seems to have a clear vision of where she wants to go professionally, and I know she has deep-seated community values.”
-DD Wills, Anthropology, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

“Susan is an extremely detailed, hard working person who has many skills and abilities. She developed and taught many faculty workshops to help faculty become more technologically proficient. She gave of her time and energy endlessly. Without her help I would not be teaching online classes right now. She is the best.”
-Donna Tillman, Business Administration, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

small training session with people working on a laptop

“Over the last few years, Susan Kullmann has provided a series of seminars and workshops for Scripps College faculty ranging from how to use Dreamweaver to design faculty websites to effective use of online learning management tools such as Sakai. I have attended several of her courses and have found them to be well thought-out and quite instructive. In her role as consultant to Scripps College she has also answered questions when faculty encounter difficulties using Sakai; her answers to me have been appropriate and helpful. I strongly recommend her for her knowledge and professionalism.”
-Winston Ou, Mathematics, Scripps College