Michelle's specialties include writing about:
Master Data Management.
Michelle is interested in:
Educating professionals and adults.
Master Data Management.
Michelle received the Student Chapter of the ASIST Outstanding Information Science Student Award.
Michelle has a Student Chapter of the ASIST Outstanding Information Science Student Award.
Michelle has over ten years of experience working in technology. During her earlier career, she worked selling books, supporting researchers with library materials, and scheduling classroom space. Then she became a program assistant at Olin College of Engineering and did some report/database and website management/development. She ended up as a fact-checker for a research firm and spent 7 years as a QA/software tester. Then she wrote articles about data and information management, including databases.
Michelle has over three years of experience writing articles, white papers, interviews, and case studies for a data management firm. Prior to that, Michelle worked on a research project informing readers about passenger safety material availability. She spent seven years working for higher education institutions as a bookseller, a program assistant, and in various temp positions.
Michelle worked for MIT, Draper Laboratory, The Educational Development Center, Tufts University, and Olin College of Engineering in several administrative assistant roles.
Michelle has over seven years of experience in IT. She contracted at Intel as a software and hardware tester. She also verified different health and banking software that was in development. Michelle was noted for my strong analytical skills, attention to detail, and research prowess.
Michelle has over three years of experience writing articles for DATAVERSITY. She also has a syndicated article at Website Pro about the W3 HTML Validator tool.
Michelle has over three years of expeerience creating blog posts about cybersecurity and data management.
Michelle wrote sixteen descriptions of virtual cybersecurity courses. I took each course and then wrote a summary of it.
Michelle has written a few data management case studies that were quick overviews. One of my more popular ones was "Case Study: Nearmap Advances AI-driven Location Intelligence". I would take the verbal transcription and write the article
Michelle has written copy for four cybersecurity study kits.
Michelle wrote an email copy for two conferences at Dataversity.
Michelle has written two white papers. Both were entitled Trends in Data Management. This projecst involved writing survey questions and writing up results according to a data analyst. I created the graphs and worked with the business analyst.