M.A. Candidate. The Cooperstown Graduate Program - SUNY-College at Oneonta. History Museum Studies. Thesis: "A Brand is Built in the Mind," Walter Landor - Brand by Design.
Master of Liberal Arts. Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College). 1979. Interdisciplinary Studies.
B.A. Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College). 1976. Majors: History and Political Science.
Coordinates the data conversion projects that include several object data bases into the Multi MIMSY system from Willoughby Associates.
Performs the data analysis, recommends the conversion mapping specifications, monitors the contractors and verifies the conversion of the object, loan, and accession records in the Museum's collections.
Manages the collections management modules in Multi MIMSY. Monitors the proper use of cataloging standards, writes user documentation and instructions, provides training, and develops and generates reports for the museum staff and the Web Office using Crystal Reports and Oracle SQL.
Supports the object digital imaging project at the Museum.
MIMSY - Collections legacy system data conversion project. Staff training. Participation in object-based projects.
LCIS - Screen design, system development for collections management and cataloging. Staff training.
SELGEM - Data editing of object inventory data.
- American Association of Museums
- Association of American State and Local History
- Organization of American Historians