Marci Fiorillo


Marci has been teaching online Humanities, Art History, and Graphic Design classes for fifteen years. She studied Art History at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas, where she earned her B.A., cum laude in 1995. Marci studied abroad in Italy (Art of Tuscany) and at Cambridge University before moving to Los Angeles. There she worked as a production assistant in the Virtual Reality Studio at Walt Disney Imagineering and then later as a graphic designer at Walt Disney Studios. Marci left Disney to complete her graduate degree in Art History, earning her Masters magna cum laude from California State University, Northridge.

While in graduate school, Marci had her two boys, Jake and Josh. She and her family moved from Los Angeles to Washington state in 2005. There, Marci taught for Edmonds Community College, building their VISCO program from scratch. It was there that she taught her first online class. Marci currently teaches almost exclusively online at several colleges and universities. She has served as a subject matter expert and team lead, as well as adjunct instructor. She lives in Arlington, Washington and enjoys riding her bike, antiquing with her husband, and being mom to Jake and Josh.