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Resourceful and quick-learning front-end web developer. First-hand experience working behind-the-scenes in museums and libraries, and skilled in written and oral communications.
Dec 2008 - Present
Senior Technical Associate, Global Learning Portal
• design and develop web elements for multilingual enterprise portals on Liferay platform• collaborate with team, stakeholders, and vendors to collect and fulfill change requests
Aug 2008 - Dec 2008
• monitor gallery and answer visitor questions • assist Gallery Director
Jan 2005 - May 2008
• troubleshot PC and Apple computers remotely and on-site from the IT Helpdesk • staffed Mac OS X ArtLab, Debian Linux MathLAN lab, and Audio-Visual Center • mentored newly hired staff
Jan 2007 - May 2008
• curated and designed the Grinnell College Student Art Exhibition • assisted with installation of exhibitions • monitored gallery and assisted with opening receptions
Jan 2007 - May 2008
Co-Chair of the Art Department Student Educational Policy Committee
• organized the annual Student Art Salon held in Faulconer Gallery • recruited, corresponded with, and assisted the guest juror of the Salon • advocated for student needs and acted as a liaison between the faculty and the student body
Jun 2007 - Aug 2007
Clara Database Researcher
• researched permanent collection botanical artists in collaboration with registrar • entered and updated information on Clara: Database of Women Artists • maintained vertical files of the Archives on Women Artists
Jun 2006 - Aug 2007
Fish Illustration Collection Assistant
• rehoused Fish Illustration Collection materials in archival folders • collaborated with supervisor to accommodate anomalous materials
Aug 2004 - May 2008
Bachelor of Arts
• GPA: 3.7/4.0; Dean’s List, Fall 2005, Spring 2007 • coursework in printmaking, painting, papermaking • solo art show titled "Tangential Sensibilities"
Aug 2006 - Dec 2006
Off-Campus Research Fellowship
• researched a set of four 17th-century continental maps by Claes Visscher
• wrote advanced thesis interpreting the iconography of Visscher's vignettes, and tracing their source to the Civitates orbis terrarum
American Sign Language
Windows XP/Vista, Mac OS X, and MS Office 2003/2007
Adobe CS3: especially Illustrator
Writing and Editing
Web Coding (HTML and CSS)
Browse and purchase hand-knit, felted handbags at this website I designed and hand coded.
The image maps on this website allow the user to explore my solo exhibition in much the same way they might in person.