Energetic MIT alumna with international teaching and software development experience and first class storytelling, team management and instructional design skills. Experienced with leading geographically distributed teams of open source software developers and managing Linux desktop software projects, as well as running my own business.
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These are joint engineering and writing degrees; I did a thesis which combined both degrees in order to gain an understanding of how human factors and labor issues shape the computer chip fabrication industry. I completed the coursework for both the engineering and writing degrees, focusing on acoustics within electrical engineering and on bilingual writing within the creative writing department.
This degree was undertaken to further my understanding of the social issues related to engineering, and focused on the social construction of gender. This degree placed special emphasis on the roles that race and class play in the expression of gender. Through film-making, I explored the ways that women of different racial and social backgrounds define beauty.
This degree focused on the history of distance education in Mexico and on the information policies that countries around the world have adopted concerning their national collections.
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