2414 Lake Park Road #28, Lexington, KY 40502, Ph: (859) 335-5759, Fax: (734) 448-2410,

To obtain a challenging and dynamic position that regularly exercises both sides of my brain, with an organization
comprised of interesting souls dedicated to a meaningful purpose.

Proficient in numerous major software applications for Windows and Macintosh computers, including:
Web Development: Dreamweaver MX, Microsoft FrontPage 2000, Claris Home Page, HTML, FTP clients
Multi-Media: MOTU Digital Performer, Digidesign ProTools; Adaptec Toast; Adaptec Jam, Roxio
Database: Filemaker Pro 5.5
Graphics/Desktop Publishing: Adobe Photoshop; Adobe Illustrator
Internet: Eudora Pro; Claris Homepage; Fetch; Claris Emailer; LetterRip List Server; Web Browsers
Financial/Accounting: M.Y.O.B.; Quicken; Microsoft Excel; Lotus 1-2-3, TurboTax
Office: Microsoft Office
Operating Systems: Windows 3.1/95/98/ME/2000/XP, Mac OS 7-9, Mac OS X, DOS

Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA
B.A. in Communications, cum laude, 3.7 G.P.A. Conferred May 1995.
Major: Media Management and Operations. Minor: Psychology.

  • Dean's List, 1992-1995
  • All American Scholar Collegiate Award, 1995
  • Kappa Tau Alpha Honor Society for Journalism


University of Kentucky, Department of Communication, Lexington, KY  October 2002 - present
Director of Research and Instructional Technology
Responsible for managing a technical support and publications office providing a wide range of services to
Department researchers and instructors.

  • Research Support – Develop and maintain online forms and databases; develop interactive web sites
    and CD-ROMs; research and propose new equipment purchases.
  • Instructional Support - Maintain instructor and classroom technology; help instructors to manage data
    and media; provide technical assistance for course assessments.
  • Administrative Support - Manage Department’s technology resources; maintain faculty/staff computer
    information systems; supervise and instruct Department technical support staff; provide technical support
    to student groups.

Jump Development Group, Pittsburgh, PA  December 1995 - 2002
Business and Product Manager
Responsible for several key roles for small software developer, including managing business operations, web
administration, database administration, product management, sales support, and customer service.

  • Participated in all aspects of new product and service development, from initial brainstorming through
    product design, development, testing, and launch. Also responsible for sales and customer support.
  • Participated in design, development, and maintenance of company web sites.
  • Administered databases for customers, inventory, and reseller accounts; skilled in basic database design.
  • Drafted software manuals for two products, utilized desktop publishing to print manuals.
  • Responsible for regular bookkeeping, including maintaining company ledger and billing.
  • Managed customer and reseller relations and accounts.
  • Conducted thorough internet research; particularly skilled at locating hard-to-find information.

Mid-Atlantic Network of Youth & Family Services, Pittsburgh, PA  October 1998 - 2002
Internet Consultant & Web Designer
Provided internet solutions for a network of social service agencies.

  • Designed, implemented, developed, and maintained agency web site.
  • Registered domain and established agency email accounts.
  • Established and administered email list server.

Festival Tours International, Santa Monica, CA  1986 - 1996
Concert Merchandise Manager
Managed all aspects of product development and merchandise sales for musical acts on 20 to 40 city tours of the
United States, Canada, and Great Britain. Artists included Richard Thompson, Shawn Colvin, Gregson & Collister.

  • Conducted market analysis of salability of products to be offered.
  • Located and established relationships with manufacturers, suppliers, and graphic designers.
  • Developed products and supervised designs, including selection of graphics and colors.
  • Negotiated and contracted merchandise agreements with venue representatives.
  • Projected and ordered appropriate quantities and established shipping needs.
  • Traveled to events to manage all displays and actual sales of products.


  • Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburgh, PA (technical crew member)
  • North Hills Arts Festival, Pittsburgh, PA (technical crew member)
  • Engineered and programmed weekly radio program for WPTS-FM, "The Blues Hour"
  • Paint Your Heart Out Pittsburgh (benefiting needy Pittsburghers)
  • Appalachian People's Service Organization (benefiting needy Georgians)