Web Dev | Design
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Education

  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign — MS: Library and Information Science
  • University of Tennessee at Chattanooga — BA: English

Skills

  • Languages: HTML, CSS & Sass, JavaScript, PHP. Familiarity with SQL, Python, UML, XML
  • Services and APIs: REST. Familiarity with SOAP.
  • Frameworks and Libraries: Angular, Genesis, Bourbon/Neat, Bootstrap
  • Web and Desktop Applications: WordPress, Drupal, Photoshop, Illustrator, Pixelmator, Sketch, Balsamiq, OmniGraffle, phpMyAdmin, Vim, Atom, SourceTree, Git.
  • Operating Systems: macOS, Linux (Debian-based), iOS.
  • Favorite tools and resources: Emmet, iTerm, Evernote, GitHub, Trello, Wrike, Chrome Canary, devdocs.io, CodePen, Sketch, Sip, Spectacle.

Experience

  • Head of Digital Platforms, Saint Louis Art Museum
    St. Louis, Missouri — 2017-present
    Work with stakeholder groups to establish a vision and implementation strategies for in-house software platforms and public digital engagement with SLAM collections and exhibitions.
  • Digital Marketing Supervisor, Cordell Practice Management Group
    St. Louis, Missouri — 2015-2017
    Coordinated inbound marketing team of a national domestic litigation firm. Managed content marketing projects for web, social, email, and additional digital media. Designed, developed, and maintained all websites presented by Cordell & Cordell and additional clients.
  • Web Developer, Cordell Practice Management Group
    St. Louis, Missouri — 2014-2015
    Developed and maintained all websites presented by Cordell & Cordell, including cordellcordell.com, dadsdivorce.com, and mensdivorce.com.
  • Content Strategy & Migration Apprentice, Manifest Digital
    St. Louis, Missouri — 2014
    Worked in a team to migrate content from three websites into one new Sitecore website featuring Highcharts JS for data visualization.
  • E-Learning Librarian, Washington University in St. Louis
    St. Louis, Missouri — 2011-2013
    Guided collaborative efforts to explore, identify, assess, implement and provide training for emerging technologies. Managed the space and staff at the Arc: Technology Center at Olin Library.
  • Librarian for Literary Studies and Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, New York University
    New York, New York — 2008-2011
    Subject specialist for the departments of English and Comparative Literature. Collection development in English and Comparative Literature. Reference and instruction for the Social Sciences and Humanities Reference Center. Consultant for integration of emerging software into humanities research and instruction.
  • Research Assistant, NDIIPP ECHO DEPository
    Urbana-Champaign, IL — 2007
    Maintained digital depository software in a Linux environment, supporting research in semantic archiving. Projects included the testing of a BECHAMEL service that makes inferences from metadata stored in Fedora Commons, through an extension of the NCSA project, Tupelo.