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Susan Neill - Freelance Illustration, Package Design, Graphic Design, Digital Art, & Children's Book Illustration
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PROFILE I create unique designs that express your company’s personality. I can illustrate your ideas. My expertise lies in illustration, packaging design, logo design, and all aspects of graphic design. I am accomplished in typeface design and corporate ID packages, and have a complete understanding of prepress techniques. I have designed for Overseas clients, the City of Regina, and other...
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

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degree programs throughout the university offered via distance and independent study (College and High School), establishment and development of distance learning and independent study academic programs and courses offered, development of partnerships with academic departments throughout the university, state, and region, expertise in institutional instructional hiring practices and instructional contracts, research and assessment of technological advancement needs for distance learning classrooms and programs, maintenance of a $10 million budget, participation in the development of resource management and offering of independent study, online instruction, and distance learning programs, preparation of reports for regional accreditation organizations, development and implementation of marketing plans, development of institution-wide academic outreach policy and procedures, expert in distance learning program assessment and adherence to regional accreditation agency (SACS) and federal 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$9,000.00 2009 Distance Learning Program Foundation • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2008 Distance Learning Program Foundation • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2007 Distance Learning Program Foundation • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2006 Distance Learning Program Foundation • SLOAN Semester SLOAN Foundation $1,500.00 2005 • Simrall 106 IVN Room SMARTer Kids $4,600.00 2005 Foundation • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2005 Distance Learning Program Foundation • East Central BellSouth Foundation $32,000.00 2004 Partnership • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2004 Distance Learning Program Foundation • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2003 Distance Learning Program Foundation • East Central BellSouth Foundation $50,000.00 2002 Partnership • Mid-South Community Phil Hardin Foundation $42,000.00 2002 College Fellowship Program • Leadership Institute Head Start 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Memorandums of Understanding • Assessed and Recommended New Salary and Title Structures for the Unit • Won Exemplary Program International Award from LERN for the Elementary Education Distance Learning Program • Partner in University Purchase of WIMBA • Created and Implemented Marketing Plan for Academic Programs • Increased Program and Course Offerings via Distance at an Annual Growth Rate of 13% • Developer, Developmental English Exit Examination Development & Service Activities - • Participated in the Center for Teaching & Learning’s Boot Camp Program • Participated in Day One Leadership Program • Completed, Northeast Mississippi's Community Relations Association's Management Seminar, East Mississippi Community College • Freshman Mentor, Mississippi State University • Chair, Outstanding Service Graduate Assistant Award Selection Committee • Member, Starkville Arts Council • Co-Chair, Starkville Arts Council Talent Show • Successive Appointments, Freshman Committee for the Provost's Advanced Standing Examination • Evaluation Researcher, Bedford/St. Martin's Press • Evaluator, Phi Kappa Delta Essay Scholarship Awards • Lifetime member, Mississippi State University Alumni Association • Lifetime member, University of Maryland Alumni Association, 1992-present • Lifetime member, Zeta Tau Alpha Alumni Association, 1990-present Professional Skills: • Experienced in Marketing Degree Programs and Student Recruitment • Proficient in Developing and Conducting Market Analyses, Business and Strategic Plans • Authority in Traditional and Distance Program Development and Implementation • Experienced in Admissions, Registration, and Student Advising Policy and Procedures • Great Ability to Network and Partner with other Departments, Four and Two-Year Colleges, and Educational Institutions • Vast Expertise in Developing, Maintaining, and Managing University Budgets and Payroll Procedures • Specialist in Distance Learning Policies and Procedures, including Curricula and Accreditation Regulations • Thorough Understanding of Institutional Budget Policies and Procedures • Expert in Guidelines for Dissertations and Theses • Extensive Knowledge of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning Classrooms • Command of Assessing Traditional, Adult, and Distance Learner Needs • Incorporation of Technology in the Classroom • Development and Design of School and Course Curricula • Excellent Written and Oral Communication Publications (by year): • Roberts, J., Crittenden, L., & Crittenden, J. (2011). Students with disabilities & online learning: A cross institutional study of perceived satisfaction with accessibility compliance & services. The Internet and Higher Education, 14 137-200. doi: 10.1016/j.iheduc.2011.05.004 • Stumpf, D., Holt, D. Crittenden, L., & Davis, E. Forthcoming. The order of things: Ethical foundations for community college leaders. Community College Journal of Research and Practice. • Crittenden, L. A. (2011, Spring). Educating tomorrow’s leaders today. SEEN, 13.1, 50-51. • Crittenden, J., Monroy, C., Crittenden, L. & Roberts, J. (2009). Supporting Distance Learning and Continuing Education Programs: A Case Study in the Design and Development of Information Technology. In G. Siemens & C. Fulford (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2009 (pp. 1218-1226). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. • Roberts, J., Crittenden, L. & Crittenden, J. (2009). Students with Disabilities & Online Learning: A National Study of Enrollment & Perceived Satisfaction with Institutional Accessibility Compliance & Services. In G. Siemens & C. Fulford (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2009 (pp. 4419-4422). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. • Roberts, J. & Crittenden, L. (2009). Accessible distance education 101. Research in Higher Education Journal, 4, 55-66. • Crittenden L. A. (2009, Winter). Mississippi State University’s elementary education program: Poised to meet the needs of a global population. SEEN, 11.3, 66. • Roberts, J. B., Crittenden, L. A., Hollingshed, M. M., & Craven, T. (2007). Accessible Distance Education 101. Proceedings of the 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, USA, pp. 6778-6791. • Lovell, N., Crittenden, L., Stumpf, D., & Davis, M. (2003). The road less traveled: Atypical doctoral preparation of leaders in rural community colleges. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 27, 1-14. doi: 10.1080/10668920390128636 • Lovell, N. B., Alexander, M. L., & Kirkpatrick, L. A. (2002). Minority faculty at community colleges. Fastback 490. Indiana: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation. • Kirkpatrick, L. (2001). Faculty diversity: A multicultural strategy for community colleges, ERIC Digest, 1-6. Reviews (by year): • Presentation Proposal Reviewer, SLOAN-C International Conference on Online Learning, 2011 • Textbook Reviewer, The Right Tools for the Right Job: Building Communication Skills, 2001 • Textbook Reviewer, Policy Studies for Educational Leaders, 2000 • Student Evaluation Reviewer, Bedford/St. Martin's Press, 1998 Dissertations & Theses Committees (by year): • Wilson, V. B. (2010). Examining the moral reasoning and ethical decision making among community college vice presidents and presidents in Mississippi. (Doctoral dissertation). • Edwards, D.L. (2011). The relationship between first generation students’ grade point averages and social and academic integration. (Doctoral dissertation). • Roberts, J. (2011). Distance education in natural resources: A national study of inhibitors and motivators for participation in distance education programs. (Doctoral dissertation). • Swann, T. (2011). Effects of an online orientation course for undergraduate students participating in online courses. (Unpublished thesis). Mississippi State University, Starkville. Professional Workshops, Presentations, and Seminars Conducted (by year): • Pennsylvania State University System, National Distance Learning Virtual Discussion, Online via WIMBA, 2011 • University Professional & Continuing Education Association International Conference, Gateways to Success for Diverse Learners, Toronto, Ontario, April 2011 • SLOAN-C International Conference, Students with Disabilities & Online Learning: A Cross-Institutional Study of Perceived Satisfaction with Institutional Accessibility Compliance & Services, Orlando, FL, 2010 • SLOAN-C International Conference, Online Cheating Defined: What is Academically Dishonest Behavior, Virtually Speaking?, Orlando, FL, 2009 • National Outreach Scholarship Conference, Developing Effective and All-Inclusive Policies & Procedures for Distance Education, Madison, WI, 2009 • Association for the Advancement for Computing in Education International Conference, Supporting Distance Learning and Continuing Education Programs: A Case Study in the Design and Development of Information Technology, Oahu, HI, 2009 • Association for the Advancement for Computing in Education International Conference, Students with Disabilities & Online Learning: A National Study of Enrollment & Perceived Satisfaction with Institutional Accessibility Compliance & Services, Oahu, HI, 2009 • Association of Continuing Higher Education Region 7 Annual Conference, Restructuring Academic Outreach & Continuing Education for Future Growth, Athens, GA, 2007 • International Conference on Teaching & Leadership Excellence Conference, Restructuring Academic Outreach & Continuing Education for Future Growth, Austin, TX, 2007 • Elementary Education Distance Learning Program Orientation, Northeast Mississippi Community College, Decatur, MS, 2007 • Outreach & Scholarship Conference, Finding the Perfect Match: Linking Program Design to Population Needs, Madison, WI, 2007 • Outreach & Scholarship Conference, Developing a Comprehensive Outreach Structure within a University Poster, Madison, WI, 2007 • Outreach & Scholarship Conference, Providing Science Content to K-12 Teachers via Distance Learning Poster, Madison, WI, 2007 • Creating Futures Through Technology Conference, Harvesting Outreach & Engagement: Developing Effective Partnerships at the Grand Casino, Tunica, Mississippi, 2006 • Mississippi State University’s Faculty Senate Roundtable, Graduate Education: Problems and Perspectives, Plymouth Bluff, Mississippi, 2006 • Center of Higher Learning, Engineering and MBA Distance Learning Programs at the Stennis Space Center, Mississippi, 2006 • Creating Futures Through Technology Conference, Using Innovative Technology to Enhance the Online Learning Environment at the Beau Rivage, Biloxi, Mississippi, 2005 • Mississippi State University’s Information Technology Services, Institution-Wide Online Evaluation System, Mississippi State University, Mississippi, 2005 • Mississippi State University’s Faculty Senate Roundtable, Distance Learning at Mississippi State University, Plymouth Bluff, Mississippi, 2005 • Creating Futures Through Technology Annual Conference, Innovative Use of Technology at Mississippi State University, at the Beau Rivage, Biloxi, Mississippi, 2005 • Creating Futures Through Technology Annual Conference, MS e-Campus at the Beau Rivage, Biloxi, Mississippi, 2004 • Creating Futures Through Technology Annual Conference, Improving the Online Learning Environment at the Beau Rivage, Biloxi, Mississippi, 2004 • Division of Continuing Education Student Training Workshop, Credit Studies Unit Student Worker and Graduate Assistant Policies and Procedures, 2004 • Phi Delta Kappa International, Fastback Author Seminar on Distance Education and Teacher Education, A Distance Success Story at Mississippi State University, Mississippi State University, 2003 • Southeastern Association for Community College Research’s 31st Annual Conference, The MidSouth Community Fellowship Program: Results of a Comprehensive Survey, The Majestic Hotel, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 2002 • Southeastern Association of Community College Research’s 31st Annual Conference, Recruiting Minority Faculty Members at Community Colleges, The Majestic Hotel, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 2002 • Student Orientation, Doctor of Philosophy in Community College Leadership at Mississippi State University, 2002 • Team Building Seminar, East Mississippi Community College, 2002 • Who Moved My Cheese: Effective Methods of Dealing with Change, Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program’s Annual Winter Conference at Eagle Ridge Conference Center, 2002 • Who Moved My Cheese: Effective Methods of Dealing with Change, Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program’s Leadership Retreat at Lake Tiak O’Khata, 2002 • Planning for Change: Using Problem-Based Learning as a Tool for Improving Economic and Community Development at Community Colleges, Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program’s Leadership Retreat at Lake Tiak O’Khata, 2002 • Situational Leadership, Head Start Leadership Institute in Jackson, Mississippi, 2001 • Who Moved My Cheese: Effective Methods of Dealing with Change, Lamplighters Association at Mississippi Delta Community College, 2001 • Situational Leadership, Educational Policy Fellowship Program at Whispering Woods Conference Center, 2001 • Who Moved My Cheese: Effective Methods of Dealing with Change, Educational Policy Fellowship Program at Whispering Woods Conference Center, 2001 • Planning for Change: Using Problem-Based Learning as a Tool for Improving Economic and Community Development at Community Colleges, Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program’s Leadership Retreat at Lake Tiak O’Khata, 2001 • Who Moved My Cheese: Effective Methods of Dealing with Change, Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program’s Leadership Retreat at Lake Tiak O’Khata, 2000-2001 Professional Memberships & Honors: • University Professional & Continuing Education Association’s Committee, Recruit & Retain 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Knowledge in Imagesetter, CTP and Impose software Pixel Stream. 4. Color correction 5. Advertising Layout, Book Work, Brochure, Financial Report, Annual Report, Leaflet 6. Cover page creation 7. Brochure, Newsletter, Weekly and Monthly Magazine 8. Job Estimate Planning for team members, job allegation 9. Preflight (Premedia) work 10. Trainer in fresh candidate. 11. Job Quality check as per client requirement. 12. Troubleshooting 13. . Responsible for all aspects of production: format and page design, galleys and page proofs, page checks, photos and figures, check copy, cover/case design. Maintains records of all volumes in production CORE SKILL ? Hands on designing ? A solid understanding of User Interface design. ? Experience in Pre press in MAC & PC environment ? Ability to coordinate a design team and help them come to a consensus. ? Ability to work with others to come up with a set of artistic paradigms ? Ability to work with and improve on an artistic paradigm that was created by other graphic designers. ? Expertise in pagination and template creation in Quark and Indesign ? Experienced in Adobe Page Maker, QuarkExpress, Indesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Acrobat & Pitshop Professional. ? Well versed in Preps imposing software work for Pixel Stream, Imagesetter, RIP Software. ? 2 years of experience in Training people in QuarkXpress, Indesign, DTP, Graphic and Pre-press work PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1. Senior Creative Specialist (Team Leader) June.2007 to 2010 Williams Lea (Corporate Information solutions), Chennai • Monitor departmental quantitative quality goals and measures • Coordinate execution of production and project plan • Help establish and communicate performance goals, objectives, and standards • Appraise performance and recommend compensation actions • Ensure adequate staffing resources in keeping with departmental strategies and projections • Troubleshoot capacity/resource issues. Make recommendations for corrective action • Develop and maintain strong customer and team relationship: advice customers of resource (cost/time) implications of production decisions • Make judgment calls on escalated issues involving staff, customers, and/or production scheduling conflicts 2. Lead Graphic Designer (Project Co-ordinator) Dec.2003 to May 2007 Office Tiger Database Systems India Pvt. Ltd. Chennai Crucial Responsibilities: ? Responsible for creation and execution of job plans, resource planning, capacity utilization and overseeing projects from start to completion. ? Troubleshooting and rectifying of technical issues as and when necessary. ? Responsible for administering training for new graphic designers. and Proof Readers ? Coordinating training requirement of all production staff, keeping them informed of all new developments and initiatives. ? Ensuring 100% quality adherence of all projects worked as per correct templates in QuarkXpress and Indesign, standards and client specifications. ? Maintain open communication with Admin and proactively informs the latter of any production updates, as and when pages flow through proofreading. ? Monitors flow of job into DS and QC and ensures that any QC bottlenecks that are slowing down the job are flagged to the Client Managers. ? Ensure that one-on-one feedback reaches individual Leads on any client supplied and/or internal feedback. Reporting Responsibilities. ? Ensures that all relevant Checklists are signed at every stage of proofreading. ? Conducts spot checks and periodic audits on all reporting and process to ensure 100% compliance. ? Ensures universal communication is generated via the EMS and that all DS and QCs are using the EMS. ? Ensures that DS/QCs are accurately filing out Production 100%, quality 100% report at the end of every shift. EXPERIENCE SUMMARY Press Press Operator *** Shift Supervisor Nagaraj & Company Pvt. Limited (An ISO Company) (Amra Press) Jan.2001 to Nov.2003 DTP Operator *** Supervisor C.L.S Press (Formerly Diocesan Press) Aug. 1992 to Dec.2000 EDUCATION ? B.Com (Academic Year 1986-1989) University of Madras Passed 1991 OTHER SKILLS ? Government of Tamil Nadu certification in English Typewriting - Higher Grade (May 1984) ? Government of Tamil Nadu certification in Tamil Typewriting - Junior Grade (Dec 1992) ? Diploma in Computer Application (Sep 1992 to June 1993) PERSONAL PROFILE Father's Name : S. Laximanan Reddiar (Late) Date of Birth : 10th May 1967 *** : Male Nationality : Indian Languages Known : English, Tamil and Telugu L. JAYARAMAN Date : 01.4.11
Madras, Tamil Nadu, India