I have initiated website redesigns at many organizations, led teams in creating the new designs and then in implementing them. These organizations include Volunteers of America along with those listed below. I have also written web content extensively; samples are provided under the "Writing" tab.
I spearheaded redesign of the USBG website in 2009, bringing together USBG leadership and the Architect of the Capitol's web designers to create a more informative, user-friendly site. The site has since been redesigned.
In 2010, I spearheaded the redesign of the Data.gov website. The site has since been redesigned.
As editor of Arts & Sciences magazine from 2007–2009, I added more interactive features to the magazine and more content to the magazine’s site.
As editor from 2007–2009, I edited and wrote content for this monthly enewsletter with more than 65,000 subscribers.
As Senior Editor for Permanent Collections, I oversaw all content about the Gallery's collections.
The National Gallery of Art's Online Editions is an award-winning digital catalogue series based on peer-reviewed, scholarly research about the Gallery's permanent collections. I oversaw a team comprising nearly all Gallery departments (24 in all), authors from around the world, editors, researchers, proofreaders, graphic designers, and others to produce and publish this content.
Italian Paintings of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries (pictured above) was one of the most complex catalogues ever produced by the National Gallery of Art, Washington. The text had been written in Italian many years before by the late Miklós Boskovits, one of the leading scholars of early Italian art. Maintaining the accuracy of a deceased author's work was a challenge. This collection had not been published in its entirety since the Gallery's 1979 Catalogue of the Italian Paintings.