Kami has expertise in high tech, health, education, and spirituality. For two years, she wrote a monthly column on everyday ethics. Having spent twenty-five years in high tech, she is used to learning new material fast and meeting client deadlines...every time.
Kami enjoys weight training, hiking, and vegan cooking. She volunteers with SMART (Start Making A Reader Today) and reads weekly with children at the local elementary school.
After graduating high school a year early, Kami completed her freshman year at Pasadena City College in Pasadena, California.
Kami studied experimental psychology at Hull University. The subject was treated as a lab science and covered visual perception, short-term and long-term memory, animal behavior, and auditory perception.
Kami transferred to Duke University and spent her junior and senior years there. She satisfied the requirements for a bachelor of arts in psychology.
Kami studied school counseling and did her practicum in the Admissions Office where she counseled freshman students.
Kami studied three programming languages: COBOL, RPG II, and Assembler. After she graduated, Transamerica Insurance Group hired her as a COBOL programmer.
Kami studied creative writing, expository writing, and American literature. In addition, she taught Freshman English and Creative Writing to satisfy the requirements of her teaching assistantship.
Kami updated internal documentation, revised the agency's client intake assessment, and wrote curricula for parenting and life skills classes. In addition, she developed the training manual for foster parents.
Kami has written technical specifications, test plans, user documentation, and training manuals for diverse computer applications. Examples include manufacturing and financial systems, as well as insurance rate quote applications. She also created unit and system test plans for programs written in Progress OpenEdge, VisualBasic, DB2, MS Access and COBOL.
As an adjunct English professor, Kami C. developed a syllabus, curriculum, assignments and exams for each of her expository writing classes.
During her years at a nonprofit agency, she created lesson plans for Parenting Class, Family Life Skills and Foster Parents' Skill Training classes. She also wrote sections of the departmental manuals for those programs.
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