Department Head, Computer Education, The Brearley School, New York, NY (8-2008 to present)
Manage all academic technology needs for the school, including curriculum, training and support. Co-manage the technology capital budget. Teach several Lower School computer classes. Serve as technology consultant to the yearbook. Supervise one full-time and two part-time department members.
Director of Technology, Marymount
School, New York, NY (6-2006 to 7-2008)
Oversaw all aspects of technology for the school, including network infrastructure,
servers, curriculum, training, database administration, email and website.
Mixed Macintosh/PC environment (mostly Mac). Basic working knowledge
of OS X and Windows servers, FirstClass server and client, Sonic Wall
and Barracuda appliances. Managed technology budget and all hardware
and software purchases. Supervised five full-time and three part-time
staff. Continued in role as newspaper adviser.
Administrative Computing Coordinator, Marymount School, New
York, NY (9-1999 to 6-2006)
Oversaw administrative computing needs for all divisions in a mixed Macintosh/PC
network environment. Created and managed student databases using Filemaker
Pro and MacSchool administrative software, created schedules for all
students, designed and updated report cards and transcripts, conducted
faculty/staff training, provided technical support. Also taught upper
school technology courses, provided general tech support, and served
as newspaper adviser.
Upper School Technology Coordinator, Sayre
School, Lexington, KY (9-1997
Taught upper school courses in basic computer science, web design, publications
(yearbook), journalism (newspaper), writing lab, and photojournalism.
Also managed the upper school Novell network, setting up accounts, maintaining
machines, troubleshooting and handling repairs, and training faculty
and staff. Served as adviser to both yearbook and newspaper. Also did
extensive photography for school publications, development and public
I have also served as Adjunct Professor at Bergen
Community College, Nyack
College, and Dominican