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Positions of Employment

Senior Producer, Digital Alchemy, Inc., Pittsburgh 1996

WQED Pittsburgh, 1991-1996

Curriculum/materials designer and consultant for museums, community organizations, 1982 to present

Education Director, Pennsylvania Ethnic Heritage Studies Center, University of Pittsburgh

Director of Education, Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation , December 1984 to 1988.

Education Director, Society for Art in Crafts (now Society for Contemporary Craft) , June 1980 to December 1984.

Project Director, Riverview Children's Center Museum Project, 1982 to 1984.

Curriculum Development Consultant

Visual Arts Consultant, Arts in Special Education Project of Pennsylvania, 1983 to 1988

Conducted demonstration lessons and inservice workshops illustrating an integrated, inter-disciplinary approach to art education for special education teachers in western Pennsylvania.

Art Consultant, Riverview Children's Center, Verona, PA, 1980 to 1984

Developed art curriculum, conducted inservice training of preschool teaching staff, and supervised teachers' implementation of curriculum. Taught art to preschoolers and elementary children.

Visual Arts Consultant for Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) programs of the Allegheny Intermediate Unit, 1977 to 1979

Designed visual arts component of Career Education Project for the Talented pilot Saturday program for students in grades four through nine. Developed and taught enriched art curriculum for Project Total Talent program for talented fourth through ninth graders in 46 school districts of Allegheny County, summers, 1978 and 1979.

Art Specialist, Wooster City Schools, Wooster, OH 1979-1980

Art teacher, Boardman Local Schools, Youngstown, OH Spring 1978.

Art Specialist, Boardman Local Schools, Youngstown, OH 1976-1977.

Society for Art in Crafts, Verona, PA