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Kathy E. Gill Vitae

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Kathy E. Gill
 
kathy@kegill.com 
Education
 M.S.
, agricultural economics. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech),Blacksburg. 1979.
 B.A.
, magna cum laude graduate with honors, journalism with minor in agricultural economics,University of Georgia, Athens. 1977.
 A.A.
, with honors, journalism. Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Tifton, Georgia. 1975.
Teaching Interests
 
Online media: merging research and practice from psychology, economics, and communicationtheory with particular emphasis on societal impact of technology.
 
Digital storytelling: understanding and deploying multimedia (video, still photography, audio andtext) for the web and mobile devices
 
Digital publishing: underlying architecture, security, software; web standards (HTML5, CSS);copyright; social media integration
 
Business processes; project management; leadership; and best management practices with particular emphasis on creating digital communication campaigns and artifacts.
Teaching Experience
University of Washington,
Seattle, Washington. Senior Lecturer, Department of Communication; September 2003 – June 2011; Lecturer (part-time), June 2011-current.
 
Acting Director, Master of Communication Digital Media Program, Spring 2006.
 
 
Utilize industry experience and proven communication principles to guide diverse student body inemerging digital communication practice and theory. Advise students enrolled in independent projects. Teach 5-10 credit hours/quarter plus develop/lead student workshops.
 
o
 
 Basic Concepts of New Media,
COM300. Winter and/or Spring 2005-2009, Summer 2011.
 
o
 
 Building Mobile Applications,
COM597. Summer 2010.
 
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 Digital Communication Technologies,
COM495. Fall 2009-2010, Winter 2012.
 
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 Digital Democracy,
COM597. Fall 2008, 2010, 2012.
 
o
 
 Digital Journalism,
COM466. Spring 2009-2011.
 
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 Digital Publishing Tools,
Certificate Program,
 
Winter 2013.
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 Economics of Digital Communication,
COM597. Summer 2007-2008, Fall 2009, 2011.
 
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 Evolution and Trends in New Media Technologies,
COM 546. Fall 2003-2007, Winter 2009-2011
.
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 How Twitter Is Changing Organizations,
COM597. Summer 2009.
 
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 Message Design and Content Creation,
COM585. Winter 2004-2008, Spring 2010, Fall2011, Fall 2012
 
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Social Technologies, Media and Politics,
COM 460. Spring 2007-2008.
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Theories and Practice of Interactive Media,
COM597. Fall 2003-2004.
 
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Web Design and Production Foundations,
Certificate Program, Fall 2011, Winter 2013.
 
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Writing and Presentation for Digital Media,
COM586. Spring 2004-2007, Spring 2012,Spring 2013.
 
 
Kathy E. Gill, Curriculum Vitae, Page 2 of 9
 Part-Time Instructor,
Information Technology, Web Design Program, Seattle Community Colleges,
Seattle, Washington. March 2001 – August 2003.
 
Utilize industry experience and proven communication principles to guide diverse student body indesign of user-friendly Web sites. Advise students enrolled in independent projects. 8-12 credithours/quarter.
 
 
Develop and teach new courses. Courses developed with curriculum grants.
o
 
Web Tracking and Research
; grant project. Taught Spring 2001.
 
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Writing and Editing for the Web
; grant project. Scheduled Summer 2003.
 
Adapt and teach existing courses; revisions conducted with curriculum grants.
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 Advanced Web Design
; better integrated with introductory course.
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 Interface Design
; moved from concept to completion.
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 Introduction to Web Design
; expanded from 1 to 3 credits.
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Web Authoring 2
; better integrated with introductory course and Advanced Design course.
Contract Trainer,
Washington Motorcycle Safety Program.
March 2000 – present
 
Integrate classroom and on-cycle training; teach adults how to ride motorcycles. Team teachingenvironment (two instructors per 12 students). Classroom sessions emphasize facilitated learning.Requires certification by Washington State Department of Licensing and the Motorcycle SafetyFederation.
 
Contracts with Evergreen Safety Council, Seattle; Washington Motorcycle Safety Training, Everett;Pacific Northwest Motorcycle Safety, Poulsbo.
Contract Trainer,
MediaPro,
Bothell, Washington. 2001 – 2004.
 
Conceived and created one-day Web usability seminar. Focus is online training applications, primarily via corporate intranets. Research-based workshop incorporates current technologies;content tailored to learning outcomes sought by each class.
Prior Teaching Appointments:
 
Technical Trainer,
Herrick-Douglas,
Kirkland, Washington. December 2000.
 
 
Conducted three-day XML seminar; delivered internally for Weyerhaeuser and FileNet.Workshop included implementations examples, such as XML in content management systems.
 Adjunct Professor,
Pacific Lutheran University,
Tacoma, Washington. January 2000.
 
 
Taught
 Executive Skills I, Effective Communication
. Course focused on public speaking skills andinterpersonal skills; combined theory with implementation/practice; required MBA course.
 Part-Time Instructor,
Bellevue Community College,
Bellevue, Washington. 1998 – 2000.
 
 
Taught one-day continuing education class,
Writing for the Web,
quarterly;
 
adapted material eachquarter to reflect rapid changes in industry sector 
.
Top ranked trainer for the technical writingcertificate.
 Dale Carnegie Instructor.
Dale Carnegie Courses,
Bellevue, Washington. 1994 – 1997.
 
 
Taught a 12-week course in human relations with approximately 40 participants; trained,managed and motivated graduate assistant team of six professionals who set individual and teamgoals for the course.
 Invited Faculty,
Accounting Awareness Society,
Seattle
,
Washington
.
1992-2002(out of country in 1995 and 2001).
 
 
Led a two-hour workshop,
 Non-Verbal Communications
; presented each August at the Universityof Washington. Focused on awareness and skills, workshop based on communication theory.
 
Kathy E. Gill, Curriculum Vitae, Page 3 of 9
INDUSTRY EXPERIENCEPublic Relations/Public Affairs/Communications
 
Webmaster (part-time), King County Elections,
Renton, WA, 2011-current.
 
Manage website for the largest county in the country to vote entirely by mail; portions of the site aretranslated into Chinese and Vietnamese. Site content is distributed across three domains, all runningMSIIS.
 
Liaison with King County web redesign project while simultaneously leading redesign effort for Elections
 
Develop social media policy and manage Elections Twitter account
Public Affairs Director,
 
Northwest Pulp and Paper Association
, Bellevue, WA, 1990 – 1996.
 
Managed for all editorial and production. Analyzed and rewrote technical documents; authored pressreleases and background papers. Prepared and delivered state and federal testimony. Administeredoffice computer system; recommended hardware upgrades and oversaw software upgrades. Reportedregularly to Association board of directors, which included Association member corporation senior management.
 
Led Association Communications and Solid Waste Committees; committee members included senior management from Fortune 500 corporate association members as well as lawyers from regional lawfirms. Coordinated meetings, established meeting agendas in conjunction with committee chair;managed meeting notices, minutes, and follow-up.
Executive Director, Pennsylvania Association of Cooperatives
, Harrisburg. 1985 – 1989.
 
Reported to board of directors. Managed administration, budgeting, finance, legislative monitoring,membership retention and development, conference planning, and volunteer training. Annual budget,approximately $200,000.
 
Established an association communications and identity program, including updated logo;implemented quarterly newsletter; produced first association annual report.
 
Ranked top presenter for vocational agriculture teacher's program section at National Institute of Cooperative Education.
Information Specialist, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture,
Harrisburg. 1984 – 1985.
 
Informed state and regional media about Department activities via news releases, press kits, andinterviews. Liaison with Governor's office, preparing agriculture-related testimony and speeches.
 
Created newsletter to communicate dairy promotion program successes to financial supporters;liaison between dairy farmer-board and advertising agency.
Communications Manager, Inter-State Milk Producers Cooperative
(now Land O’ Lakes), Southampton,Pennsylvania. 1980 – 1984.
 
Produced award-winning monthly membership magazine, monthly delegate newsletter, annual report, brochures, fact sheets, and background publications. Developed and managed annual public budget.Managed media relations program, served as media spokesperson; directed member relations program. Planned meetings from 20 to 1000; wrote and delivered speeches to farm groups and other  professional communicators. Supervised secretary and assistant.
 
Created comprehensive community relations program for $2.3 million wastewater treatment plantexpansion, including planning facility open house, coordinating with environmental agency and non- profit advocacy groups, developing collateral material, and interfacing with local media.
 
Revised member leadership development program by soliciting and then implementingrecommendations from 15-member committee of young farmer (under age 35) cooperative members.

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