I am an Instructional Designer with extensive experience using instructional theories, principles, and methods to design and develop courses and modules for adult learners.
I bring design thinking and agile project management skills to the development of training programs delivered on a global scale.
Utilizing state-of-the-art training methods, techniques, and delivery modalities, I deliver impactful learning for professionals and measure effectiveness using quantitive and qualitative tools, including follow-up surveys and interviews.
Designed the infrastructure and wrote content for the Jamf School 240 Course, a two-day, instructor-led certification course. Designed Jamf Educator, an asynchronous learning platform designed to teach educators and educational technology professionals about Jamf Teacher. Created internal content creation process and developed training process for new team members. Led migration of content to Heretto, a DITA-based CCMS. Led development of testing infrastructure using Caveon’s Scorpion, a secure testing environment.
Led school-wide educational technology programs. Led IT infrastructure updates, including moving local server to hybrid local/cloud solution. Integrated current student information system (SIS) with mobile device management (MDM) and learning management system (LMS) solutions, emphasizing student collaboration in heavily project based learning environments. Provided ongoing training for teachers and students.
Designed, developed, and implemented effective curriculum. Taught 7th–12th grade English classes, AP Literature and AP Language, Computer Apps, Tech and Media, and High School Robotics. Managed scope and sequence as English Department Chair.
Edited scholarly manuscripts, many of which required familiarity with Greek, Latin, and German. Worked with editors and authors to move manuscripts from submission and acceptance to publication. Reviewed manuscripts to ensure text was well written and logically structured; corrected grammar and spelling errors; ensured manuscripts conformed to appropriate style guidelines; and fact checked and raised queries with authors. Proofread typeset manuscripts to ensure that typesetting styles were consistently applied, that the copy edit was thorough, and that mistakes were not introduced during the editorial process.
Served on the Curriculum Development Committee and in an editorial capacity for a course book titled Seeing Systems: Peace, Justice and Sustainability. Editorial responsibilities included pursing permissions contracts, copy editing, and writing ancillary content. The target audiences for this book are college classrooms, workplaces, and religious institutions.