Personal, Volunteer, and Project Sites
Part of my courses required the creation of personal and professional sites that showcased programming and maintenance skills.
I have been the volunteer webmaster of the Toronto Society of the Archaeological Society of America since 2008. In addition to website maintenance I organize and coordinate the events for the lecture series on various social media platforms. In 2017, the website won the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) Local Society Website Contest.
This site was created as part of an individual component in website design for a course in Management Consulting.
As the team lead and webmaster, I created the site based on a course on Management Consulting.
As per the co-founder’s request the A-four-S team lead a redesign and update on the company’s website. In addition, we created new promotion material and assisted with creating a project plan for updates and social media integration.
I managed and created this website as a student blog for a master’s course on the Future of the Book.
This blog was created as part of a professional writing course on “Writing for Social Media”.
A volunteer position as web-editor to redesign and update the website for the conference in 2014.