What We Do
I serve as a Web designer and front-end developer for a variety of corporate and nonprofit clients. I am the author of numerous technical articles and five books about computer-based graphic design and Internet services. My most recent book is Programming the Web Using XML (McGraw-Hill).
Before launching GenuineClass, my Web design and consulting business, I served as vice president of global HR Internet strategy at Merrill Lynch. In that role, I oversaw the firm’s human resources Web sites worldwide. I previously served as program director of content programming for IBM, coordinating all editorial content and interactive broadcasts for the ibm.com home page.
I have worked as an editor for several magazine publishers, and designed books and directories for book publisher Henry Holt & Co. and consulting firm McKinsey & Company. I hold a B.A. in psychology from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, and graduated from Hunter College High School in New York, NY.
What's on my plate...
PreventHarm.org's new campaign
Arlington Convention and Visitors Service newsletter marketing efforts
Fordham University theatre department: Senior showcase
SEO engagement for 911 Cancer Fund lawyers
Upcoming NYC government site migration to WordPress
Sales training updates for Baume & Mercier