Andrew C.

David
EMPLOYMENT
Managing Editor (promoted from Creative Writing Editor) The Other Journal, Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, Seattle, WA 08/2007–present • Maintain journal-wide stylistic, qualitative, and thematic editorial standards and develop journal style guide • Coauthor editorial statements and introductory material for journal and Experiences in Evangelicalism book series • Solicit, edit, and arrange creative writing, social justice, and academic work from journal and book contributors • Manage publishing time lines, publicity campaigns, readings, and staff (editorial staff and interns) Editor (promoted from Research Coordinator) Behavioral Neuroscience Group, VA Puget Sound Health Care System and University of Washington, Seattle, WA Seattle Institute for Biomedical and Clinical Research, Seattle, WA 05/2006–present • Coauthor, developmentally edit, line edit, copyedit, and proof websites, newsletters, manuscripts, grants, reviews, regulatory documents, letters of recommendation, and other miscellany according to style guides • Secure permissions, manage bibliography references, and summarize technical documents • Answer questions of grammar and style for Behavioral Neuroscience Group staff Freelance Editor & Writer 02/2005–present • Developmentally edit, line edit, and copyedit fiction, memoir, theology, philosophy, and science manuscripts • Write one-paragraph book reviews for ImageUpdate, the biweekly newsletter of Image journal Research Study Coordinator (promoted from Research Assistant) Behavioral Neuroscience Group, VA Puget Sound Health Care System and University of Washington, Seattle, WA Seattle Institute for Biomedical and Clinical Research , Seattle, WA 06/2003–05/2006 • Prepare study applications, forms, progress reports, and regulatory documents for institutional review boards • Create confidential patient database, develop recruitment materials, and build relationships with community agencies • Screen and schedule study participants, administer neuropsychological tests, and train alternate test administrators • Developmentally edit, line edit, copyedit, and proof manuscripts, grants, and reviews according to style guides Writing Tutor Seattle Pacific University, Writing Center, Seattle, WA 09/2002–06/2003 • Guide collegiate, postgraduate, and English-as-a-second-language students in developing composition skills • Attend weekly meetings with the director of campus writing and other tutors to develop writing and tutoring skills Supervisor (promoted from Interviewer) Northwest Research Group, Bellevue, WA 09/1997–06/2003 • Oversee projects, provide on-site instruction to 20+ employees, and solve technical and personnel issues • Moderate focus groups and conduct telephone and in-person interviews with corporate and residential respondents
5802 4th Ave NW, Seattle, WA, 98107 206.852.3941 andrewd2@uw.edu

SUMMARY OF WORKS EDITED
7 books, 12 journal issues, 30+ scholarly publications, and 10+ grants

EDUCATION & ACADEMIC HONORS
University of Washington (UW), Editing Certificate Program, Seattle, WA • Editing Certificate Seattle Pacific University (SPU), Seattle, WA • Bachelor of Arts in English, summa cum laude, 3.9 GPA • Minors in history and sociology 09/2007–06/2008 09/1999–06/2003

President’s Scholar Award & Dean’s List (1999–2003) awarded for every quarter attended; Demaray C. Dorr Award (2002) awarded to two outstanding English majors dedicated to the study of literature & writing as a means of critical inquiry and discovery; and Alpha Kappa Sigma (2003) awarded to graduates in the top 10 percent of their class who reflect good scholarship, character, and extracurricular participation

RELEVANT SKILLS & ACTIVITIES
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Familiar with AMA, AP, APA, Chicago, MLA, SBL, and various journal-specific styles; created TOJ house style Proficient with Endnote, Google docs, Microsoft Office; familiar with InDesign; quick study for all other software

MENTORSHIP ACTIVITIES
2010 2011 Alex McCauley (SPU) and David Thomas, MA (Miami University) Jacky Neumiller (SPU), Nathaniel Rogers (SPU), and Anne Doherty Renz (UW Editing Program)

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