- Concordia UniversityWCM System Migration Project Team Member, 2013 - presentI'm collaborating with Concordia University’s academic and administrative units to ensure that the university’s digital presence reflects its identity and strategic priorities. I develop, enhance, manage, and help others develop content suiting public and private Web sites, mobile and social media, and newsletters.
- Adomoc InternationalFounder, 2010 - presentI'm making a global space for people to get information, discuss, purchase, and otherwise aggregate around the strategy board game, Adomoc.
- Technology Evaluation CentersDirector of Knowledge Services, 2002 - 2013I led and directed the content development and publishing strategies for advisory firm, Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC). As such, I was responsible for directing the bulk of the research analyst work, which centred around in-depth evaluation of enterprise software systems for end user clients. I developed many of the company's research and decision support models, reports, and services. I oversaw custom research projects (for both end users and software vendors), took the lead on its information management (ECM/WCM/collaboration) research and practices, as well as established its writing, editing, translation, and data management teams. I managed teams of up to 30 people.
- Technology Evaluation CentersContent Manager & Open Source Analyst, 2002 - 2008
- IntrawareContent Manager, 1999I started a software analyst, moved into copyediting and content management, and took on marketing writing and PR roles.
- John F. Kennedy UniversityLab/Network Technician, 1997
- BASSWAN System Administrator & ACD Admin, 1993
My livelihood focuses on information management disciplines. I've analyzed large quantities of information for enterprise decision support services, synthesized competitive intelligence, and researched the systems to manage and present it all.
I'm especially interested in intellectual liberty, digital media, culture, information and content strategy, emerging technology currents, long-term thinking and archival problems, environmental symbiosis, and the issues intersecting these things.
I conceived and launched the Adomoc board game (abstract strategy), have written some novels (unpublished) and poems, and collaborated on musical scribble and a son. I enjoy exploring the deep crevices of grammar and sound. Everything else is improvised.
- McGill UniversityLibrary and Information Studies (MLIS), present
- University of California BerkeleyPhilosophy (BA), 1999
- UC Berkeley ExtensionEditing Courses, 2000
- AT&TCertification in AT&T Definity PBX Administration, 1995
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