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Terra Anders - Freelance Blog Writing & Content Writing
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Terra L. Anders Blog: http://safetyspot.blogspot.com/ Writing that Engages the Heart & Mind SUMMARY – With a passion for customer satisfaction, I can deliver a professional product that meets your quality expectations and keeps your project on schedule. I work well independently, or as part of a team, with as little or as much interaction as you desire. I maintain an attitude of...
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CURRICULUM VITAE Karl Kirkland, Ph.D FORENSIC CONSULTANT CURRENT FOCUS & GOALS: Epidemiological and Base Rate Research October 2016- Present Montgomery Psychiatry and Associates 1040 Longfield Court Montgomery, Alabama 36117 334-288-9009 ______________________________________________________________________________ PAST POSITIONS: Director of Behavioral Medicine Co- Director of Research Baptist Health Montgomery Family Medicine Residency Program 1980-2016 (36 years) Associate Professor, Department of Medicine Clinical Psychologist University of Alabama School of Medicine UAB- Montgomery Internal Medicine Residency Program 1990-2012 (22 years) Clinical Assistant Professor Psychology Department Auburn University Practicum Coordinator - UAB Montgomery 1999-2016 (7 years) CLINICAL PRACTICE: Forensic and Clinical Psychology Services, Licensed Psychologist, 1980-2016 (36 years) EDUCATION: Auburn University, B.A., {1975} Philosophy; {Minors: Psychology, Sociology) University of West Florida, M.A., {1977} General Psychology – Major Professors – William Mikulas, Ph.D., & Jay W. Gould, Ph.D. University of Southern Mississippi, Ph.D., {1980} APA Approved Program- Counseling Psychology Major Professor- James G. Hollandsworth, Jr., PhD Internship in Clinical Psychology LSU Medical School, Department of Psychiatry Charity Hospital of New Orleans New Orleans, Louisiana {1979-1980} APA Approved Program Internship Director, David Schnarch, Ph.D. LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION Licensed Psychologist, Alabama License #341 1980-2016 - Alabama Board of Examiners in Psychology National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology With Hospital Staff Membership, January 1982-2016 Certified Forensic Examiner- July 1991-2016 Alabama Department of Mental Health Taylor Hardin Secure Medical Facility Listed Mediator- Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution Divorce Mediation- (4/11/97) - with Specialized Training in Domestic Violence- {7/30-31/98}, Alabama State Bar Association, Family and Civil Mediation- {1997- 2016} Certificate of Professional Qualification (CPQ) in Psychology - (#3) Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards: 1998-2016 HONORS: Member, Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Best Practices in Domestic Law (3/08-10/2012) Member, Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution (2001-Present) Chair, Family Law Task Force (2009-2014) Chair, 1998-2000, Alabama Board of Examiners in Psychology Member-Alabama Board of Examiners in Psychology- (6-year Term: 1996-2002) Appointed by Gov. Fob James Fellow (1999) Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards Member, Task Force on Legislative Advocacy, American Association of State Psychology Boards (ASPPB), 1996-1997 Member, Mobility/Reciprocity Committee 1998-2001, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards President (1987) Alabama Psychological Association President (1982-1984) Association of Licensed Psychologists in Alabama Distinguished Professional Psychologist Award, 1982- Alabama Psychological Assn. State Professional Advisory Board (1984) - VOCAL- Victims of Crime & Leniency Commission Member (1989) Juvenile Justice Reform Commission Appointed by Hon. Sonny Hornsby, Chief Justice, Alabama Supreme Court Student Research Award 1979-1980, Mississippi Psychological Association Member, School Violence Joint Interim Legislative Committee (1999-2000) Appointed by Gov. Don Seigelman Ethics Committee, Baptist Health, Montgomery, Alabama:1998-2102 Member, 1997 - Family Law Task Force, Alabama Supreme Court Committee on Dispute Resolution President, 1977-1979 - South Mississippi Behavior Interest Group - AABT Editorial Board Member, Journal of Child Custody: 2011-2015 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TEACHING AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Associate Professor of Medicine (1990-2012) Clinical Psychologist UAB School of Medicine, Department of Medicine Montgomery Internal Medicine Residency Program Director of Behavioral Medicine (1999-2106) Baptist Health- Montgomery Family Medicine Program Clinical Assistant Professor (1980-1990) Clinical Psychologist UAB School of Medicine, Department of Medicine Montgomery Family Medicine Program Staff Psychologist (1976-1977), Searcy Hospital Alabama Department of Mental Health (Director, Female Adolescent Program & Chronic Schizophrenic Ward) GRADUATE CURRICULUM: {University of West Florida, University of Southern Mississippi, Louisiana State University Medical School} Biological Basis of Behavior Physiology and Comparative Psychology Advanced Physiological Psychology Special Problems: Biofeedback Cognitive-Affective Bases of Behavior Psychology of Learning Advanced Behavior Modification Learning and Motivation Social Learning Theory Social Basis of Behavior Advanced Social Psychology Environmental Psychology Individual Differences Abnormal Psychology Psychology of Personality Advanced Child Psychology Transpersonal Psychology Psychology of Aging and Death Professional Core Group Counseling Marriage and Family Counseling Psychology of Vocational Development Seminar in Counseling Psychology Alcohol and Drug Abuse Seminar Behavior Modification Seminar Psychoanalytic Seminar Supervision in Therapy Counseling Lab II Counseling Lab III Group Therapy Lab Practicum in Supervision Psychological Testing and Diagnostics Individual Intelligence Testing (Wechsler Scales) Assessment of Visual Perception (Bender, Berry, Graham Kendall) Personality Assessment (Rorschach, DAP, TAT) Advanced Testing (MMPI, CPI, SCII) Research Advanced Research Seminar- Cognitive-Behavioral Assessment Educational Research I (Correlational Statistical Methods) Educational Research II (Inferential Statistical Methods) Proseminar in Assessment and Research Design M.A. Thesis {University of West Florida} “Efficacy of Meditation and Progressive Relaxation on Cardiac and Approach Responses to Fearful Stimuli” **Paper presented at the Twelfth Annual Convention of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Chicago, IL, November 1978. PhD Dissertation {University of Southern Mississippi} “Effective Test-Taking: Skills Acquisition versus Anxiety Reduction Techniques” **Paper awarded Student Research Award, 1979- Mississippi Psychological Association. & published- Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1980, 48, 431-439. RESEARCH AND FELLOWSHIP HISTORY: {1977-1979} Research Assistant to Dr. James G. Hollandsworth, Jr. Psychology Professor, University of Southern Mississippi {1975-1977} Research Assistant to Dr. William L. Mikulas & Dr. Jay Gould Psychology Professor, University of Southern Mississippi ____________________________________________________________ PUBLICATIONS: 1978 Kirkland, K. (1978). Frequency of dependent measures in two non-behavioral journals. The Behavior Therapist, 1, 14. 1979 Kirkland, K. & Hollandsworth, J.G. (1979). Test anxiety, study skills, and academic performance. Journal of College Student Personnel, 20, 431-436. Hollandsworth, J.G., Glazeski, R.C., Kirkland, K., Jones, G., & Van Norman, L.R. (1979). An analysis of the behavior and effects of test anxiety: Cognitive, behavioral, and physiological components. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 3, 165-180. 1980 Kirkland, K. & Hollandsworth, J.G. (1980). Effective test-taking: Skills acquisition versus anxiety reduction techniques. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 48, 431-439. 1981 Kirkland, K. (1981). Types of referrals to a behavior therapist in a family practice center. The Behavior Therapist, 4, 3. Kirkland, K. (1981). Helping patients cope with pain: Strategies for the family physician. Continuing Education for the Family Physician, 15, 67-70. Gordon, D.H., Hollandsworth, J.G., Kirkland, K. (1981). Treatment manual for ineffective test-taking. Unpublished manuscript. (Available from Psychology Department, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Mississippi). 1982 Kirkland, K. (1982). Assessment and treatment of family violence. Journal of Family Practice, 14, 713-718. Kirkland K. & Howell, J.B. (1982). The verbatim: A method of teaching communication skills in the family medicine residency. Family Medicine, XIV, 7-9. 1983 Kirkland, K. & Moss, C.T. (1983). Behavioral treatment of obesity. Journal of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama, 52, 25-26. 1985 Moss, C.T. & Kirkland, K. (1985). Urinary tract infections in the family practice setting: A controlled comparison of single dose therapy, multiple dose therapy, and behavioral factors. Continuing Education for the Family Physician, 20, 115-118. Kirkland, K. & Skelton, J. (1985). Behavioral medicine education in the family medicine residency: A critical view. Alabama Medicine, 54, 31-39. 1989 Kirkland, K. (1989). Behavioral medicine: A current view. Alabama Medicine, 58, 23-26. Kirkland, K., Brantley, J.K., & Handey, G.M. (1989). Family medicine education in Alabama: How one residency program is meeting the early goals. Alabama Medicine, 59, 26-29. 1992 Kirkland, K. & Mason, R.E (1992) Crime victims: The role of the internist. Southern Medical Journal, 85, 965-968. 1995 Kirkland, K. (1995). PTSD vs. pseudo PTSD: A critical distinction for attorneys. The Alabama Lawyer, 56, 90-93. 1997 Kirkland, K. (1997). Controlled abandon: A manual for improving basketball performance. Unpublished manuscript. 1998 Kirkland, K. (1998). The role of the forensic psychological evaluation in Rule 32 death row appeal cases. The Forensic Examiner, 7, 21-24. 1999 Kirkland, K. (1999). Anger control for Alabama lawyers. Alabama State Bar Addendum, 4, 4. Kirkland, K. (1999). Criminal responsibility in Faulkner’s Light in August: A forensic assessment. Amaryllis, 6, 57-70. 2001 Kirkland, K., & Kirkland, K.L. (2001). Frequency of child custody evaluation complaints and related disciplinary actions: A survey of ASPPB member boards. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 32, 171-174. Kirkland, K. (2001). On the value of William Faulkner to graduate medical education. Family Medicine, 33, 663-665. Kirkland, K. (2001). The passing of an era. April, 2001. Medical Association of the State of Alabama . Alabama Medicine website. Kirkland, K. (2001). “He could do so much for me if he just would”: Teaching Faulkner to medical residents. Teaching Faulkner, 18, 1-3. 2002 Kirkland, K., & Skipper, G. (2002). Anger management for Alabama physicians. Federation Bulletin: The Journal of Medical Licensure and Discipline. 88, 17-22. Kirkland, K. (2002). The epistemology of child custody evaluations: The value of Austin’s convergent multimodal model. Family Court Review, 40, 185-189. 2004 Kirkland, K. (2004). Efficacy of post-divorce mediation and evaluation services. The Alabama Lawyer, 65, 187-193. Kirkland, K., Kirkland, K.L., & Reaves, R.P. (2004). On the professional use of disciplinary data. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 35, 179-184. 2005 Kirkland, K, McMillan, E.L., & Kirkland, K.L. (2005). The use of collateral contacts in child custody evaluations. Journal of Child Custody, 2, (4), 95-109. Kirkland, K. (2005). The integration of meditation and relaxation strategies in parish life. Chicago Studies, 44, (Spring/2005), 69-81. 2006 Kirkland, K. Kirkland, K.E., King, G.D. , & Renfro, G.J. (2006) Quasi-judicial immunity for court-appointed mental health professionals. Journal of Child Custody, 3, (1), 1-22. Kirkland, K. & Kirkland, K.E. (2006). Risk management and aspirational ethics for parental coordinators. Journal of Child Custody, 3, (2), 23-47. Kirkland, K., & Kirkland, K.E. (2006). Domestic nexus: Essential references for family lawyers, manuscript in preparation. 2008 Kirkland, K. & Sullivan, M.J. (2008). Parenting coordination (PC) practice: A survey of experienced professionals. Family Court Review, 46, 622-636. Kirkland, K. (2008). Parenting coordination ( PC) laws, rules, and regulations: A jurisdictional comparison. Journal of Child Custody, 5, 25-52. 2010 Kirkland, K. (2010).Positive coping responses of experienced parenting coordinators: A recipe for success. Journal of Child Custody, 7, 61- 77. 2011 Kirkland, K. & Ritter, A. (2011). Parenting Coordination in Alabama: The current status. Faulkner Law Review, May, Vol. X, (x), 1-24. 2012 Kirkland, K.E., Smitherman, T. A., & Kirkland, K. (2012). Headache prevalence and characteristics among patients with HIV/AIDS. {Published Abstract}. Headache, 51, (Suppl. 1), S30.. M.C. Kempf1, K. Halilova2, E.O. Eta3, E. Mason4, C. Gamboa5, M. Rodriguez2, M. Sturdevant6, S.L. Hankins6, K. Kirkland2,W.J. Many (2011). Prevalence and predictors of postpartum depression among HIV+ women. 1University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Nursing, Birmingham, USA; 2University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Medicine, Birmingham, USA; 3Maimonides Medical Center, Maimonides Medical Center, New York, USA; 4Auburn University, Department of Psychology, Auburn, USA; 5University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Public Health, Birmingham, USA; 6University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Pediatrics, Birmingham, USA 2017 Kirkland, K. (2017). William Faulkner in the 21st century curriculum: A proposal for inclusion. Teaching Faulkner, in press. Kirkland, K. (2017). “No Show Jones” and “Count No Count” : “Their A’int Nothing Better Once You’ve Had the Best”- The Best of the Southern Gothic Tradition. The Dead Mule Society of Southern Literature, October, 2017. Kirkland, K. (2017). On the enduring value of William James’ pragmatic method in facilitating spiritual growth and resolving religious disputes.. (Research in progress). Kirkland, K. (2017). On the importance of William James to the foundation of “Higher Power” and spirituality of Alcoholics Anonymous. (Research in progress). “Count No Count” and “No Show Jones”: The Very Best of the Southern Gothic Tradition Kirkland, K. & Kirkland, K.E. (2017). Practical implications for forensic psychological assessment incorporating the reforms of Miller v Alabama. (Research in progress). PRESENTATIONS: Kirkland, K. (1978). Efficacy of meditation and progressive relaxation on cardiac and approach responses to fearful stimuli. Paper presented at the Twelfth Annual Convention of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy (AABT). November, 1978, Chicago, Illinois. Kirkland, K. (1980). Pain-coping responses among pediatric patients. Workshop presented at the Department of Pediatrics, Child Life Committee, Oshner Foundation Hospital and Clinic, August 13, 1980, New Orleans, LA. Kirkland, K. (1980). Effective test taking: Skills acquisition versus anxiety reduction techniques. Student Research Award, Mississippi Psychological Association, 1979-1980, & a Paper presented at the Fourteenth Annual Convention of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy (AABT), New York, New York, November, 1980. Kirkland, K., & Evans, J.H. (1981), Family violence. District Attorney’s Conference. 15th Judicial Circuit, Montgomery County, Alabama. Kirkland, K. (1985). Academic and Clinical Psychology in Primary Care. Alabama Psychological Association Annual Convention, 1985, Gulf Shores, Alabama. Kirkland, K. (1989). The role of psychological evaluation in physical therapy and disability determination. A Presentation to Workman’s Compensation Carriers, Physical Therapists, and Occupational Therapists. Auburn University at Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama, April, 1989. Kirkland, K. (1989). Exercise as anxiety management. Auburn University at Montgomery, September 11, 1989. Kirkland, K., & Inge, H. (1991). Pros and cons of divorce mediation. Divorce on the Beach V, Family Law Association, Alabama Bar Association, June 7-9, 1991. Kirkland, K. (1995). PTSD for criminal defense lawyers. Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Mid-Winter Meeting, Birmingham, Alabama, February 24, 1995. Kirkland, K. (1995). Dynamics of grief and criminal victimization. A Presentation to the Southern Regional Crime Victims’ Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana, June 25, 1995. Kirkland, K.(1995). Battered woman syndrome and criminal responsibility. A Presentation to the Southern Regional Crime Victims’ Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana, June 25, 1995. Kirkland, K. (1997). The role of forensic psychological evaluation in Rule 32 death row appeal cases. Paper presentation at “Loosening the Death Belt,” The Associations of Criminal Defense Lawyers of Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Greater Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama, February 20-22, 1997. Kirkland, K., Barrett, D., & Yarrow, C. (1997). Responding to legislative challenges. Paper presented at the 12th Midwinter meeting, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB). Mobile, Alabama, January 30- February 2, 1997. Kirkland, K. (1997). Well-functioning among Alabama attorneys. Annual meeting of the Alabama State Bar Association, Montgomery, Alabama, July 18, 1997, and Poster Session, Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA), Mobile, Alabama, March 27, 1998. Kirkland, K. (1997). Current issues in criminal forensic psychology. Alabama Bar Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Criminal Defense Legal Seminar, Birmingham, Alabama, September 19, 1997. Kirkland, K. (1998). State legislative advocacy board forum. Annual meeting of the Alabama Psychological Association, Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, June 5, 1998. Kirkland, K. (1998). Preparation of the expert witness in child custody. Divorce on the Beach XII, Family Law Division, Alabama State Bar Association, Gulf Shores, Alabama, June 6, 1998. Kirkland, K. (1998). Another look at well-functioning among Alabama attorneys. Alabama State Bar Association Annual Meeting, Gulf Shores, Alabama, July 10, 1998. Kirkland, K., Demeers, S., & Pippin, J. (1998). Current status of the Certificate of Professional Qualification (CPQ) in Psychology. Annual Meeting of the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB), Norfolk, Virginia, October 15, 1998. Kirkland, K. (1999). Dealing with difficult family members: Who’s the patient? Ethics Forum, Baptist Medical Center, Montgomery, Alabama, February 2, 1999. Kirkland, K. & Kirkland, K.L. (1999). Controlled chaos: Coping with the unique stress of family law practice. Divorce on the Beach XIII, Family Law Division, Alabama State Bar Association, San Destin Beach, Florida, June 5, 1999. Kirkland, K. (1999). State legislative advocacy board forum. Alabama Psychological Association Annual Convention, Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, June 10, 1999. Kirkland, K., & Kirkland, K.L. (1999). Frequency of child custody evaluation complaints and related disciplinary action: A survey of ASPPB member boards. 39th Annual Meeting of the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB), Louisville, Kentucky, October 1, 1999. Kirkland, K. (2000). State legislative advocacy board forum. Annual meeting of the Alabama Psychological Association, Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, June 8, 2000. Kirkland, K. (2001). Managing the inherent risks in child custody evaluations: A prescription for avoiding licensure board complaints. Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA), Atlanta, Georgia, March 3, 2001. Kirkland, K., McMillan, E.L., & Kirkland, K.L. (2001). Use of collateral contacts in child custody evaluations. Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA), Atlanta, Georgia, March 3, 2001. Kirkland, K. & Skipper, G. (2001). Anger management for Alabama physicians. Grand Rounds in Medicine, UAB Internal Medicine Residency Program and Baptist Health, Montgomery, Alabama, March 20, 2001. Kirkland, K., Meller, P.J., & Stahl, P.M. (2001). Custody evaluation ethics forum. September 14, 2001, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, AFCC NE Regional Conference, New York, New York. Kirkland, K. & Kirkland, K.L. (2003). Risk management in child custody evaluations. Alabama Psychological Association Annual Convention 2003, Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, May 27, 2003. Kirkland, K. (2003). Expert witness in domestic court: A mock trial presentation. Divorce on the Beach XVII, Family Law Division, Alabama State Bar Association, San Destin, Florida, June 3-6, 2003. Kirkland, K. (2004). Coping with internet *********** addiction. Divorce on the Beach XVIII, Family Law Division, Alabama State Bar Association, San Destin, Florida, June 4-7, 2004. Kirkland, K. (2004). Domestic violence in the primary care setting. Women’s Health Program Symposium, UAB Montgomery Internal Medicine Residency Program, August 20, 2004. Kirkland, K. (2004). Risk Management in Child Custody Evaluations: Empirical guidelines. 6th Annual Symposium on Child Custody Evaluations, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, AFCC, Nashville, Tennessee, October 14, 2004. Kirkland, K. & Wisely, D. (2005). Use of literature in psychological practice. Alabama Psychological Association Annual Convention 2005, Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, June 3, 2005. Kirkland, K. & Pino, J. (2005). Typical Errors by Psychologists in Child Custody Evaluations. Divorce on the Beach XVIII, Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, June 3, 2005. Kirkland, K. (2006). Parenting coordination: A new role for psychologists. Annual meeting of the Alabama Psychological Association. June 4, 2006, Ft Walton Beach, Florida. Kirkland, K. (2006). Parenting coordinators: A new role for attorneys and mental health professionals. A full day workshop sponsored by the North Alabama Psychological Association for lawyers and mental health professionals in North Alabama. Bar Association Library, Madison County Bar Association, Huntsville, Alabama. September 26, 2006. Kirkland, K. (2006). Quasi-judicial immunity for court-appointed mental health professionals. International Child Custody Symposium. Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC). October 19, 2006., Atlanta, Georgia. Kirkland, K. (2007). Parenting Coordination. Divorce on the Beach XXI, Family Law Section, Alabama State Bar Association. June 6, 2007. San Destin, Florida. Kirkland, K. (2008). Advanced trained for mediators. Alabama Academy of Attorney Mediators. Grand Hotel, Point Clear, Alabama, March 14, 2008. Kirkland, K. (2008). Update on Parenting Coordination for Psychologists. Alabama Psychological Association, Annual Meeting, June 6, 2008. Ft Walton Beach, Florida. Kirkland, K. (2009). Evidence Based Bio Psycho Social Assessment & Treatment of Panic Disorder. Grand Rounds. Baptist Health and UAB Health Center, March 14, 2009. Montgomery, Alabama. Kirkland, K. & Kirkland, K.E. (2009). Behavior Change Approaches for Primary Care Physicians. American College of Physicians, Alabama Chapter, Perdido Beach Resort, May 28, 2009, Orange Beach, Alabama. Kirkland, K., Drummonds, M., & Donovan, S. (2011). GAL, psychologist, or parenting coordinator? Which is best for your custody case. XXV Annual Family Law Section, 25th Anniversary, Divorce on the Beach, June 2-4, 2011. Destin, Florida. Kirkland, K. (2011). Domestic Relations Judges’ Retreat. Alabama Administrative Office of Courts, November 17-18, 2011. 4 H Center, Shelby County, Columbiana, AL. Kirkland, K. & Palmer, Hon. Judge Julie (2012). Court ordered parenting programs. XXVI Annual Family Law Section. Divorce on the Beach., May 30- June 2, 2012. San Destin, FL. Baker, K., Fix, R., Odilakachi, H-Onwukwe, Kirkland, K. (2014). Reviving meaningful use of the biopsychosocial project as a requirement in the Family Medicine Residency curriculum. Alabama Academy of Family Physicians. Fall Forum, December 13 & 14, 2014. Embassy Suites, Hoover, Alabama. PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS American Psychological Association- Division 41- Law/Psychology Division 43- Family Psychology Alabama Psychological Association FELLOW- Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) Society of Teachers in Family Medicine (STFM) COMMUNITY SERVICE St. James School, Board of Directors (1989-1995) Catholic Social Services Board of Directors (1989-1995) Commission Member - The Sentencing Institute, Competency of Mentally Retarded Defendants: 1994. Girls Basketball Coach – YMCA - (1999-2004) Ethics Committee, Baptist Medical Center- South, 1998-2012 Member, Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Alternative Dispute Resolution, 2001-Present, Chair, Family Law Task Force- 2009-2010. Member, Alabama Supreme Court Task Force on Family Law Reform, 2008-2011. Appointed by Chief Justice Sue Bell Cobb. Meditation as Prayer Retreats with Rev. Marshall Craver, Episcopal Priest 2003 – Camp McDowell, 2004 – Camp Beckwith, 2005 – Camp Beckwith References Available Upon Request Forensic Portfolio (1981-Present) Available Upon Request
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Worked within CH2M HILL on myriad pursuits from the Ministry of Defence Submarine win in London, UK, to WGB efforts for the Portland, Oregon, office, and ES efforts firmwide producing BD materials and serving as the lead on proposals and SOQs, researching and developing project descriptions and resumes, and serving as an internal consultant to proposal and project teams. This includes managing major, strategic SOQs, proposals, and presentations, and establishing and monitoring proposal budgets, managing proposal process in persuasion activities and strategic implementation; builds, leads, and mentors proposal teams. 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The 14-year, £6 billion program involves managing the operations and decommissioning of 10 nuclear power stations and two research reactor sites around the UK. “Demonstrated relentless drive to produce a high-quality, well-edited, and visually appealing proposal. Exceptional ability to identify and manage resources.” Served as lead sales process manager for the Ministry of Defence: Submarine Operating Centre Support Partner (Programme and Project Support) Jeff Holland of the Nuclear BG had this nice praise for Jenni York/PDX: “Jenni's effort on the MOD Submarine Operating Centre tender was well beyond expectations. She mobilized quickly for a foreign assignment, worked tirelessly, and kept a great attitude throughout.” Led the Cliffs Natural Resources: Independent Peer Review Service SOQ; Consulting Services, “Jenni’s performance on the RFI effort led to a successful submission and in an opportunity to bid on work in Australia. Her positive attitude, self starter approach, and resourcefulness were greatly appreciated by not only me, but our over-stretched team.” Global Account Manager, Kathy Arnett. Provided lead management for: San Joaquin Flood Control District: San Joaquin River Flood Control Project Agency SOQ; North Slope Borough, Alaska, North Slope Borough—WWTP for Prudhoe Bay Professional Design Services SOQ; USACE, Omaha District: Small Business Set-Aside Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) Multiple Task Award Task Order (MATOC) for Environmental Consulting Services; City of Meridian, Idaho, Purchasing Department Statement of Qualifications for Architectural and Design Services for a New Laboratory Building; Clackamas County, Oregon, Services for System Integrator of Record: Control, Instrumentation, SCADA and Telemetry for Clackamas County Service District No. 1 and the Tri-City Service District; Clark County, Washington, Regional Wastewater District, Discovery Corridor Wastewater Transmission System Phase 1. Provided support for the following: BAE-1; BAE-2; BP Atlas; Dounreay; Fukushima X-6 Penetration Feasibility Study Final Report White Paper; and India Ahmedebad Metro. Representative Projects and Dates of Involvement Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) Lead, Doha, Qatar, 2011-2012. Developed and led a core team of 11 remote staff to support client project plans and procedures. This project resulted in follow-on work for up to 5 years to fulfill contract requirements. This project demanded consistent, timely responses to authors from more than 10 different countries in five time zones. This project involved presenting the 20+ in-house authors and client with highly technical information and options for delivering work on order to meet cost- and time-effective ways to meet deadlines. This project also involved creating more than 80 flow charts and working directly with the client on numerous text and graphic revisions. In addition to the project work, workshops were held with technical staff with instructions in creating flow charts, using SharePoint, and linking documents for a fully electronic deliverable. Decontamination and Decommissioning Technical Lead, CH2M HILL Plateau Remediation Company, Richland, WA, 2008-2011. Provided project management, technical writing, editing, document management services, and served as liaison for a demolition and decontamination documents for work performed at the Hanford Site for the U.S. Department of Energy. Managed the production of these complex and sensitive client documents and served as a work products coordinator for long-term projects, interacting directly with clients, federal, state, and local agencies, and participates in external client and comment resolution meetings. Routinely managed technical reports and coordinated multiple production projects simultaneously. Brought added dimension to the environmental writing with knowledge gained from performing field work at a broad range of RCRA and CERCLA hazardous waste sites. Between May and October 2012, more than 100 key documents were prepared, edited, and managed; many for public review and comment. Operations Lead, Publications Group, California Central Valley Geographic Area 2005-2008. Led and managed a staff of 25 for CH2M HILL's Central Valley, California, Geographic Area operations. Coordinated authors, document processors, graphic designers, reprographics, and editorial staff to produce technical documents required to support and present the work of the consulting staff. These technical documents included engineering studies, technical reports, and technical memorandums encompassing a broad spectrum of engineering and science disciplines, ranging from reports of several pages to multi-volume works that include hundreds of pages of text, tables, and graphics. These documents are prepared for local, state, and federal government agencies, corporations, military institutions, and private organizations. Many of these documents were prepared for public review and comment. In addition, produced business development materials and served as the lead on proposals and statements of qualification, researched and developed project descriptions and resumes, and served as an internal consultant to proposal teams and project teams. This included managing major, strategic SOQs, proposals, and presentations in concert with client service managers, sales managers, subcontractors, project managers, proposal staff, and regional and firm-wide publications staff. Assisted in establishing and monitoring proposal budgets, managed proposal process in persuasion activities and strategic implementation; builds, leads, and mentors proposal teams. Facilitated proposal planning, strategy, and review sessions. Scrutinized RFPs and other procurement client communications to ensure that products were in compliance with all proposal and interview requirements. Assembled proposal drafts and circulated reviews, incorporated review comments, resolved conflicting comments, and arranged presentation walkthroughs/ practices to critique presentation content and delivery. Additional experience in marketing, advertising, and public relations developing branding strategies, preparing press releases, creating brochures, planning, negotiating, purchasing, and trafficking media. Project Deliverables Manager, 2000 to present. Manages technical documents, including project plans and procedures, engineering studies, technical reports, and technical memoranda comprising a broad range of engineering and science disciplines, from small letter deliverables to multivolume deliverables with hundreds of pages of text, tables, and graphics. These project deliverables are prepared for corporations, military institutions, local, state, and federal government agencies, and private organizations. These deliverables often involve extensive coordination across disciplines and time zones with document processors, reprographics specialists, graphic designers, and technical writers to produce information targeted to a broad range of readers. Creates client-specific style guides and QC processes for consistency across multiple deliverables. Proposal Management Specialist, 2000 to present. Managed major and strategic SOQs, proposals, and presentations in concert with client service managers, sales managers, subcontractors, project managers, proposal staff, and regional and firmwide publications staff. Assists in establishing and monitoring proposal budgets, in implementing the CH2M HILL proposal process in persuasion activities and strategic implementation, builds, leads, and mentors proposal teams. Facilitates proposal planning, strategy, and review sessions. Scrutinizes RFP and other procurement client communications to ensure that products are in compliance with all proposal and interview requirements. Assembles proposal drafts and circulates reviews, incorporates review comments, resolves conflicting comments, and arranges presentation walkthroughs/practices to critique presentation content and delivery. Lead Technical Writer, Various Clients, 2000 to present. Provided technical writing, editing, document management services, and served as liaison for a variety of clients, including Union Pacific Railroad, Beale Air Force Base, Frontier Fertilizer, Travis Air Force Base, Idaho Power Company, Oregon Department of Transportation, Hidden Hollow Landfill, and the Idaho Transportation Department. Lead Technical Writer/Editor/Document Manager, Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) and Environmental Assessments (EA), Various Locations, 2000 to 2005. Lead technical writer, editor, and document manager for the Salmon-Challis Noxious Weeds EIS from the initial draft through the printing of the Final EIS. In addition, provided services as an editor, writer, or document manager for the Rockvale to Laurel EIS, Montana; Menan-Lorenzo EA, Idaho; South Fork Salmon River Subbasin Noxious Weed Management EIS, Payette and Boise National Forests, Idaho; Morgan Creek/Eddy Creek Grazing Allotments EIS, Salmon-Challis National Forest, Idaho; Lost River/Lemhi Grazing Allotments EIS, Salmon-Challis National Forest, Idaho; Powder River EIS, Bureau of Land Management, Montana, and the Bison and Elk Management Plan and EIS for Bridger-Teton National Forests for the National Park Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Provided writing support for the Upper Snake Province Assessment for the Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Idaho; the Lake Spokane Use Attainability Analysis, Washington; and the Environmental Assessment, Additions and Changes to U.S. 95, Sandpoint North and South, Bonner County, Idaho; and Environmental Studies for the North Ontario Interchange for the Oregon Department of Transportation. Lead Technical Writer, CH2M HILL Global Construction Management Division, 2004 to 2006. Assisted CH2M HILL's Construction Management Division in developing and revising more than 400 in-house resumes for inclusion in CH2M HILL's firmwide database. Lead Technical Writer, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, 2002 to 2006. Lead technical writer and in-house liaison with consulting staff for a variety of ongoing Mountain Home Air Force Base projects including the Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan, Environmental Assessment, Habitat Conservation Plan, Slickspot Peppergrass inventories, Air Emissions report, and General Plan. Project Writing Support, ICDF Remedial Action Work Plan (RAWP), CH2M HILL, 2002. Provided project writing and support and document management when the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) awarded the ICDF RAWP to CH2M HILL as a follow-on project to the Construction Work Plan. The scope of work entailed the two-volume parent RAWP, 17 stand-alone reports (including the Operations and Maintenance Plan, Health and Safety Plan, Waste Management Plan, Waste Tracking Plan, and Sampling and Analysis Plan) that served as appendixes to the RAWP, and 2 engineering design reports. Lead Technical Writer, Phase I and Phase II Environmental Assessments, Intermountain Gas Company, Various Locations, November 2001 to February 2002. Lead technical writer for numerous Phase I Property Transfer Assessment reports for an area covering seven states in the intermountain and northwestern U.S. The Phase I Assessments were completed in an extremely short time frame. The reports were written and delivered in less than 2.5 months, allowing the client to make a decision not to purchase the properties because several potential previously unidentified environmental liabilities we identified. Project Writing Support, INEEL CERCLA Disposal Facility (ICDF) Design and Construction Project, CH2M HILL, 2000 to 2002. Provided writing and editing support for this 20-month, $13 million project, which encompassed 28 separate technical reports, engineering design files, and plans; drawings; and specifications for the ICDF final 2,100-page remedial design and construction work plan. The project involved 40 different authors contributing to drafts that were published at 30-, 60-, and 90-percent completion for client and regulatory review—an iterative process involving 12 deliveries, of 28 separate reports, in 16 months. Field Technician, Various Environmental Remediation Projects, Idaho, Utah, and Washington, January 1995 to March 1997. Field technician, collected, and analyzed soil and water samples for the Truck Refueling Facility, Heinz Frozen Food Company, Ontario, Oregon; Twin Falls Canal Company, Twin Falls, Idaho; DART Industries, Jerome, Idaho; Hill Air Force Base, Ogden, Utah; Fearless Farris, Twin Falls, Bliss, Buhl, Fruitland, Boise, Nampa, and Caldwell, Idaho. For Blount Industries (a munitions manufacturing plant) in Lewiston, Idaho, assisted in a RCRA facility investigation, collected more than 800 soil samples and analyzed them to determine the nature and extent of contamination resulting from past disposal practices. Editor/Technical Writer, CH2M HILL, Boise, Idaho, May 1993 to March 1997. Wrote material involving original research and technical information, performed copy editing, detailed editing, revision, and rewriting of text from different authors, scheduled document processing, graphics, and reprographics, coordinated the assembly and production of formal reports and proposals, monitored quality control of all aspects of publication, and ensured that available resources were used effectively to complete projects in a timely manner. Provided technical support for numerous EISs and EAs from initial research and writing through the comment response period, Record of Decision, and preparation of the Administrative Record. Business Development/Marketing Specialist/Document Processing Supervisor, CH2M HILL, Portland, Oregon, 1983 to 1990. Provided overall support to coordinate the marketing efforts of the regional office, served as a firmwide resource for marketing, prepared monthly business development reports, directed the related activities of staff, and supervised and coordinated document processing center staff and production workload. Additional Experience Public Involvement, Community Relations, City of Sunnyvale, California, December 2001 to June 2002. Assisted the City of Sunnyvale in compiling, analyzing, evaluating, and quantifying resident responses from its External Customer (Resident) Satisfaction survey. The survey was developed to assist the Sunnyvale City Council in identifying community issues and community-generated ideas for improving City responsiveness; assist the City Manager in identifying issues impacting process management, strategic and business planning, and budget development; assist department directors in making improvements to existing City programs and processes, and assist program managers in reporting program outcomes. The key findings were identified and organized into the following categories: Quality of Life and Neighborhood Issues, Public Safety, Quality Ratings for City Services, Customer Service, Fiscal Stewardship, and Emerging Issues. The survey results were quantified and edited to be understood at a high school grade level and published on the City of Sunnyvale Web site. Editor/Technical Writer, ProClarity (Microsoft), Boise, Idaho, June 2000 to June 2001. Provided writing and editing services for user documentation for ProClarity's development platform—a software system for building custom analytic solutions. The writing involved work in an environment that involved documenting software simultaneously with development of the product. Documentation Development Specialist, Hewlett-Packard Company, Various Locations, June 1999 to 2004. Provided extensive coordination and rewriting of technical information from a broad range of sources for creation of multimedia training/sales tools for Hewlett-Packard Company. Researched and developed "how to guides/learn mores" for the small business site on the HP Web site. Developed HP's Try HP User Manual, which was targeted to the emerging small/medium business market. Provided writing/QA/copy editing for user documentation for new printer product rollouts for HP, as well as software rollouts. Created print media documentation for product packaging for more than 40 retail products. For HP's printer division, worked closely with hardware and software engineers worldwide to create consumer user guides and repair guides for printers, plotters, and multi-function devices from the initial development and testing phase through localization in 37 languages. Documentation Management Specialist, Bechtel Corporation/U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Yucca Mountain Project, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 1999 to June 1999, July 2004 to November 2005. Liaison and task management representative between the program information management organization and authoring organizations, prepared initial project schedules for DOE deliverables to meet all development activities and appropriate timeframes, identified, established, and maintained communication with authoring organizations and support organizations to communicate general and detailed information about organizational and federal requirements. Coordinated appropriate activities in development of projects including word processing, cited references support, technical publications management, reproduction, graphics, and Web deployment. Participated in EIS comment/response coordination/documentation, identified areas needing improvement in processes, and coordinated with appropriate management to find solutions. For the public comment/response document on the Yucca Mountain Site Suitability Report, assisted with the input of more than 16,000 comments into the central database for the site suitability report, working with the comment response team composed of DOE staff, project contractor, and consultants. Production Manager/Project Manager/Account Coordinator, Oliver, Russell & Associates, March 1997 to January 1999. Facilitated and maintained communication with clients, performed planning, negotiation, purchasing, and trafficking of media, developed detailed production schedules and project estimates, facilitated and maintained communication with vendors, managed a variety of projects (i.e., brochures, annual reports, retail catalogs, and Web sites) from concept to copywriting/design to completion, and tracked budget and production schedules through final review of client invoices for accuracy. Professional Development 40-hour Hazardous Waste Training (expired) 8-hour Hazardous Waste Refresher Training (expired) Supplemental Information Years Experience Prior to CH2M HILL: 3 CH2M HILL Hire Date: 9/12/1983 Rehire Date: 1/27/2003 Last Employee Update: 11/29/2013 Panagon Library: Document id:
Englewood, Colorado, United States
Robert Hyde - Freelance Mural Painting & Manual Writing
0
Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$45
Rate/Hr
i am rob hyde,i am 36 years of age and i have enjoyed working with my hands as far back as i remember,from art and design to decorating and gardening/garden deigning,to building and mechanics, i really can turn my hand to most tasks that interest me.Art and design is probably my most practised and most enjoyed skill and there isnt much freetime in a day that i dont have a pen or pencil in my hand drawing,designing,sketching or forming an idea,writing in several forms i enjoy too,, along with generaly painting, drawing and designing artisticly and mechanicaly.As i take great pleasure from my art and designing it is now that i feel i can be more commercial with my art and let others hopefully take some enjoyment from the work i do.
darlington, Durham, United Kingdom
Christin Sander - Freelance Website Design & Content Writing
91
Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
$20
Rate/Hr
Thank you for considering me for your next writing project. Please see highlights of my experience and areas of expertise below. If I can be of assistance to you please don’t hesitate to contact me right away. In addition to writing, I am also a web designer and my projects can be viewed on my portfolio link. My Personal Writing Philosophy My personal writing philosophy is to always use my writing in a way that provides value to those who read it. I believe knowledge is power and I strive to use my writing as a way to not only grow and learn personally, but to pass valuable information forward in an engaging and friendly manner. My Writing Experience *Website content – I have developed websites and written content for other websites for the past 12 years *Articles – My articles have appeared in various online sources as well as print magazines – including national publications and books. *SEO – I am very familiar with current SEO trends and keyword research *Ghostwriting – I have done a couple of ghostwriting projects, one for a politician and another for a health/wellness eBook. I strive in ghost writing projects to capture the “voice” and personality of the person I am writing for. *Rewrites and Spinning – I have experience in revamping and reworking pieces of writing and making them new again. *Copywriting – I have written ad copy and content for a variety of websites including product and service descriptions and Adwords advertising. My areas of expertise in writing *Self-help: mind-body connection, law of attraction, empowerment exercises, motivation (I have a strong knack for this type of writing) * How-to Guides and Tutorials: I am very good at writing and illustrating tutorials on how to perform a variety of tasks from Photoshop tuts to craft projects. *Health & Nutrition: This is an area where I have great interest and knowledge, including retail experience within a nutrition/wellness center. Healthy weight loss, diet and exercise as well as other healthy lifestyle habits are my passions. *Alternative Health: I have a strong background and educational experience in a variety of alternative health techniques: Aromatherapy, herbs, acupressure, vitamins and supplements, home remedies, and natural cures. *Metaphysical/Spiritual: I have written about these subjects for over 10 years with a focus on using subjects like the Tarot as a tool for inspiration and empowerment. I have written extensively about co-creation, “law of attraction” and other universal laws, Tarot, Astrology, Numerology and more. *Home & Garden: I have a great deal of past experience writing about frugal living, budgeting, gardening and other home and gardening topics. I am an organic straw bale gardener and love to talk/write about green living. I have written a column about developing green cleaning habits and techniques. Contact & Samples Visit the writing section of my online portfolio at http://www.ChristinsPortfolio.com for some writing samples. Thank you! Christin
Mount Olive, Illinois, United States