Resume
Julie K. Rose


EXPERIENCE

Web Program Manager
Wyse Technology
4/97 - present

Full responsibility for management of domestic and international websites, including

  • content creation
  • HTML conversion and graphic design
  • daily updates
  • management of corporate Web Team
  • contact with internal customers, VARs, and end users to determine needs

Responsible for integrating marcom and channel tactics with Web sites, working with Director of Worldwide Corporate Communications
Implement and promote corporate Intranet, providing a useful and attractive information source and community for Wyse employees
Conduct seminars for Wyse employees to provide an introduction to the Web, and provide a means for individual and departmental creation of web pages.


Website Designer (freelance)
Mercury Center
2/97 - 3/97

Worked with editorial team to evaluate appropriate content and graphics for specialized pages within Mercury Center

Executed and uploaded design, utilizing graphics, HTML, and FTP tools

Updated pages frequently during daily coverage, reflecting live and organic nature of both the style of coverage and the nature and possibilities of the medium.

http://www.sjmercury.com/acm97/
http://www.sjmercury.com/opinion/internet


Content Expert (freelance)
Go! Interactive
12/96 - present

Investigate and evaluate Web art history resources

Write website reviews and extensive analyses of overall findings.


Managing Editor, Teacher's Editions
Associate Producer, Knowledge Products
Mindscape, Novato, CA
9/96 - 1/97

Coordinated the development of education and reference software products from concept to final release, including programming, art, sound, testing, documentation, and packaging

Developed and enhanced relationships with internal and external developers

Maintained production schedule and tracked expenses

Managed writers, editors, and designers in creation of Teacher's Editions for Mindscape educational products; copyediting and editorial oversight of final product.


Web Designer and Editor
Virginia Association of Museums, Richmond, VA
10/95 - 8/96

Designed and created web sites, based on general guidelines set by the Association, for various member museums, including Richmond's Maymont and Agecroft Hall

Updated sites as needed; promoted sites on the web, targeting the travel and tourism markets.


Team Assistant
McKinsey & Company, Inc., Palo Alto, CA
12/94 - 5/95

White BallProduced reports and presentation documents for world's leading business consulting firm, using Solo, a proprietary graphics software

White BallResponsible for calendar and deadline coordination with study team members and other members of the production department

White BallResponsible for proofreading of all materials prior to publication, including work of others in office.


Executive Assistant
McKinsey & Company, Inc., San Jose, CA
9/94 - 12/94

White BallActed as temporary assistant to a Principal in the Firm

White BallOversaw and organized calendar, scheduled meetings, and made domestic and international travel arrangements

White BallMaintained confidential client files and contact database.


EDUCATION

B.A. Humanities
May 1993
European Studies Program
Summa cum Laude
San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

M.A. English
August 1996
American Studies Program
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA


SKILLS

White BallOutstanding editing and writing skills

White BallSuperior organizational, analytical, time, and people management skills

White BallMacintosh and Windows literate, Unix familiar; experience with the following languages and programs:

  • HTML, BBEdit 4.0
  • Photoshop 3.0, Photostyler, Pagemaker, Solo, OmniPage Pro 5.0, Graphic Converter, Jpeg Viewer, Claris Works, MacDraw Pro
  • Fusion Recorder, SoundEdit 16, Premiere
  • Fetch, Host Presenter, Rapid Filer, WS_FTP, First Class, SmartComII, Microphone Pro, Lotus Notes, America Online
  • Word, MacWrite
  • Now Up-to-Date, QuickDex, Sticky Business, TouchBase Pro.


VOLUNTEER WORK


AWARDS AND HONORS

White BallPoint Survey Top 5% of all Websites honors for three projects: Columbus Doors: Mythmaking in the U.S. Capitol, City Beautiful: The 1901 Plan for Washington D.C., and The World's Columbian Exposition of 1893: Idea, Experience, Aftermath

White BallYahoo! Pick of the Day for Master's Thesis: The World's Columbian Exposition of 1893: Idea, Experience, Aftermath

White BallPhi Kappa Phi Scholastic Honor Society member

White BallDean's list 4 years, San Jose State University

White BallEditor-in-Chief of nationally recognized high school paper, Live Oak High School, 1989

White BallDee Heiman Memorial Scholarship for Community Service, 1989


REFERENCES

Available upon request


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