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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Business-minded Network Administrator with 30 years of experience in supporting server environments. Determined and focused in managing network infrastructure and optimizing environment while reducing redundancy. Considered expert in troubleshooting complex problems and reaching innovative solutions while adhering to rules and requirements of project scope. Dynamic team player when interfacing with other staff members, vendors and end-users. Intimate knowledge related to Tribal relations and networking. Member of the Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARP), Human Health and Well-being.

Skills
  • Climate Change Adaptation Planning and Strategies for Alaska Native Villages, Alaska Tribal Conference on Environmental Management, Anchorage, Alaska
  • Bridging Digital Divide, Intertribal G.I.S. Council, Billings, Montana
  • Desktop video/film Production, how to shoot film/video, basic editing principles in Final Cut Pro and other topics related to desktop video production(s) totaling 15 hours of instructional time, University of Alaska Anchorage
  • 7 Generations Certification, Addressing village environmental sustainability, for future generations of rural Alaska
  • Rural Alaska, managed media and outreach services for regional tribal health organization servicing twelve communities in southwestern Alaska.
  • Grant Proposal, Grant writing, Program Planning, Grant Research, Institute for Communication Improvement – The Grant Institute
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission training, Alaska Native Medical Center, Alaska
  • Resourceful, diligent problem-solver with solid research and analytical skills.
  • Experienced in popular word processing, spreadsheet, and Geospatial software, as well as database programming.
  • Works well either independently or in team environment, able to perform accurately and efficiently under pressure.
  • Well-rounded office skills, business communications, resource and project management.
  • Knowledgeable of Federal, State, Local, accounting practices, and economic development.
  • Stable, dependable, fast learner. Eager to accept new responsibilities and challenges, and adept to change.
  • Well-rounded knowledge base of traditional & integrated geography.
  • Data backups
  • Analysis and critical thinking
Work History
11/2010 to 05/2018
Geographer / LEO Network Administrator /Research Analyst Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium City, STATE,
  • Co-founder of Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network Alaska hub administration and program development.
  • Managed observation of unusually extreme environmental circumstances relevant to anthropogenic activities contributes to damaged ecology.
  • Works closely with community experts who provide traditional knowledge to ground‐truth observations & provide consults based on local and regional observations as points of contact.
  • Collaborate with technical experts providing science component consultation, comprised of federal and state agencies, academic institutions, and private organization’s topic experts.
  • Developed and manage maps (Google Earth/MapBox) for communities (Alaska and abroad), Clime Map (posted articles of climate change-related events around the circumpolar north),
  • Hosted over seventy LEO Network webinars, 2012 to 2018 presented by NOAA, AlaskaSea Grant, Alaska State Veterinarian, Inuit Circumpolar Council, U.S. Department of Agriculture – Animal and Plant Health Service, Sea Ice Group and the Geophysical Institute, (SIZONET), University of Alaska Fairbanks, ANTHC Clinical and Research Services, Wildlife Toxicologist Institute of Arctic Biology UAF, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Marine Mammals Management, Alaska ShoreZone, The Nature Conservancy, Ecology, and Evolutionary Biology, UC Santa Cruz, Audubon Alaska, Alaska Arctic Rural & Indigenous Program Director, Institute of the North, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, USDA Forest Health Projection, Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST), Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington, Environmental Public Health Program, Alaska Section of Epidemiology, Alaska Division of Environmental Conservation, Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.
03/2004 to 08/2010
Community Outreach Manager /Media Relations Coordinator Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Inc. City, STATE,
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development (ADCCED) (Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association) – Aleutian Profile Mapping for Atka, Nikolski, St. George, and St. Paul, Alaska.
  • BIA Indian Reservation Road (IRR), Assist Alaska Native, Aleutian Region communities’ submission of IRR updates and roads project consulting.
  • Researched and compiling information about Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009.
  • Researched Chaluka Corporation’s Nikolski Airstrip (IKO) parcel ownership and maintenance information.
  • Member establishment to Alaska wilderness Recreation & Tourism Association (AWRTA) with over 160 businesses and academic institutions statewide. AWRTA is also member of The International Ecotourism Society – United Conservation, Communities, and Sustainable Travel; list of member countries include Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Middle East and North Africa, Sub- Saharan Africa, South Asia, South East Asia, Oceania, North America, Central America, Caribbean, and South America.
  • Produced ecotourism promotional pilot video of community of St. George, AK. Presented to St. George Ecotourism committee.
  • Developed position; Audio Engineering Technician (AET) intern was given opportunity to travel and work with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Pribilof Project Office to assist there sound engineer and production crew on documentary “People of the Seal.”
  • Webmaster; launched search engine capability/capacity for St. George Tourism website; Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association website updates & design/developments.
05/2000 to 08/2000
GIS Specialist & Biological Researcher Lummi Nation City, STATE,
  • Image collection of ± 1000 organism in area covering about 2300 square miles. Image analysis, processing of Geospatial data. The images (.jpeg, .gif, bitmap, .tif) were individually link to list corresponding to their specific family name, species name or common name (taxonomy) respectfully.
  • Geospatial data collection, processing, interpellation, and image analysis.
  • Completed mapping projects involving ESRI, ArcGIS and Microsoft Access features
  • Developed requirements for application of GIS solution data, including graphical representations
  • Evaluated and enhanced current cartographic representations
  • Collected, compiled or integrated Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data such as remote sensing or cartographic data for inclusion in map manuscripts
Education
Expected in 06/2003 to to
Bachelor of Arts: Environmental & Resource Management
Huxley College of The Environment At Western Washington University - Bellingham, WA,
GPA:
  • Graduated with 3.01 GPA
  • Minored in Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Awarded Dean’s Distinguished Student Award Spring 2003
  • Member of Gamma Theta Upsilon International Geographic Honor Society
  • Received Aleutian Pribilof Island Community Development Association Award
  • Received The Aleut Foundation Award
  • Received Excellence Award, Student of the Year and The David & Lucile Packard Foundation Scholarship 2000
Expected in 06/2001 to to
Associates of Arts & Sciences: Environmental Science
Northwest Indian College - Bellingham, WA
GPA:
  • Graduated with 3.68 GPA
  • Graduated with Honors 2001
  • Coursework in Biodiversity, Organic and Inorganic, American Indian/Alaska Native from First Contact to Present Day
  • Member of Phi Theta Kappa, International Honor Society
  • Elected to Chapter President for Beta Theta Beta, Phi Theta Kappa, International Honor Society in 2000
  • Outstanding Performance, Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society
  • American Indian Higher Education Consortium Student Congress Student of the Year – 2000 - 2001
  • Who’s Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges – 2000 - 2001
  • Certificate of Excellence, Surpass Obstacles & Achieve Results (SOAR) Program – 2001
  • Received Aleutian Pribilof Island Community Development Association Award
  • Received Northwest Indian College Foundation, NWIC/WWU Scholarship Award
  • Received National Aeronautics and Space Administration Research Award
  • Dean's List Fall 2001
  • Dean's List Fall 1999
Accomplishments
  • Mat-Su/Copper River 4-H District (Market livestock project accountant) Alaska State Fair.
  • Alaska Forum on the Environment (AFE) Film Festival Manager/Planning committee.
  • Substitute teacher, Twindly Bridge Charter School (TBCS).
  • Aleutian Geographic Response Strategies (GRS), a petroleum spill response located in East A Zone coverage area, Popoff Island to the north of Port Moller at the Walrus haul out heading southwest to Scotch Cap on Unimak Island.
  • Focus: defining high priority natural and cultural resource locations, local assistance to areas of spills and delivery of cleanup equipment.
  • Whatcom Literacy Council (WLC), Susan Kirn, Community Outreach Coordinator.
  • To get the word out that WLC has a program to help people learn to read & write discretely.
  • Whatcom Volunteer Center, worked with Stone Veritas, discussed the many different types of business that are looking or volunteers to help.
  • Native American Student Consortium (NASC) Creation of a new organization to represent Native American students throughout the United States.
  • The name has change to Northwest Intertribal Student Alliance (NISA) Board Member and Consultant, Access Alaska: Provided support to newly disabled persons as they adjust to their condition.
  • State of Alaska: Responded to request by Department of Vocational Rehabilitation to advise Alaska Dept.
  • Of Transportation on roadway accessibility for the physically challenged; narrated and appeared on a training video discussing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
  • National Academic Advising Association (NAAA), Northwest Region Eight, represented as panel member for the undergraduates of Western Washington University to better understand and use of student benefits.
Affiliations
Climate Change Adaptation Planning and Strategies for Alaska Native Villages, Alaska Tribal Conference on Environmental Management, Anchorage, Alaska Bridging the Digital Divide, Intertribal G.I.S. Council, Billings, Montana 7 Generations Certification, Addressing village environmental sustainability, for the future generations of rural Alaska Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), Indian Reservation Roads, Inventory and Road Inventory Field Data System Desktop video/film Production, how to shoot film/video, basic editing principles in Final Cut Pro and other topics related to desktop video production(s) totaling 15 hours of instructional time, University of Alaska Anchorage Grant Proposal, Grant writing, Program Planning, Grant Research, Institute for Communication Improvement – The Grant Institute Equal Employment Opportunity Commission training, Alaska Native Medical Center, Alaska PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Geographer/Mapping Analyst, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Center for Climate and Health, Anchorage, AK Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network Alaska hub website developer. Geography lead, managing posted LEO Network observation of unusual or extreme environmental events. Works closely with community experts who provide traditional knowledge to ground‐truth observations & provide consults based on local & regional observations as points‐of contact. Collaborates with technical experts that provide the science component of a consultation, comprised of government agencies, academic institutions or organizations that are topic experts. Manage a set of maps (Google Earth/MapBox) for LEO Network posts (posted observation), communities (Alaska and abroad), Clime Map (posted articles of climate change related events around the circumpolar north), LEO Network webinar host. Media Coordinator/Outreach Program Manager, Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Inc. (APIA), Anchorage, AK Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development (ADCCED) (Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, et al.) – Aleutian Profile Mapping for the communities of Atka, Nikolski, St. George and St. Paul, Alaska.

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School Attended

  • Huxley College of The Environment At Western Washington University
  • Northwest Indian College

Job Titles Held:

  • Geographer / LEO Network Administrator /Research Analyst
  • Community Outreach Manager /Media Relations Coordinator
  • GIS Specialist & Biological Researcher

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Associates of Arts & Sciences

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