& program coordination
Community development & volunteer coordination
Master of Library and Information Science
University of Washington 2004
I am an information manager and education activist. I build resilient systems to empower people and socially minded organizations. My projects include small business growth, ethical supply chains, access issues, healthy communities, and local food security.
Distance education, info management, marketing, and community development have occupied the last 10 years. I am looking forward to what the future holds. I also really like canning and street theater and, sincerely, my daughter.
Like most tech people and educators, I do a lot of refreshing and retraining to keep an eye on trends and tools. This constant immersion keeps my skills across my interest areas sharp. I am a believer in continuous improvement and lifelong-learning.
P.S. I am a librarian. That makes it no wonder that my business name is a literary reference. See Also: J. G. Ballard, The Atrocity Exhibition.