I.                MC2 Learning Systems Inc., Burnaby,  BC, Canada (   (1998)

Ø      Writer/Educational Developer:  Developing curriculum shells for Zebu an Internet Educational Teaching Platform for teachers in North America and the World.

II.             EDGE Training & Consulting Ltd., Vancouver, BC, Canada (1997)

Ø      Writer/Editor/Instructional Designer:  Using Windows NT, Office 97, Word 7.0,  Lotus Notes 4.5.1a, PowerPoint and Paint, assisted in the on-site Edge Team development of  train-the-trainer workshops, workshop materials, and on-line documentation introducing Senior Managers and tellers to a new banking system conversion from GEAC to RFS-NT for Windows.  Interpreted Programmer Design Specifications, to write Training Notes, Training Demos/Walkthroughs, Case Studies, Skillbuilders and  PowerPoint presentations, written to facilitate both trainer and participant understanding of the nature and function of the new and evolving system.

III.              VR Didatech, Burnaby, BC, Canada (    (1997)

Ø      Writer/Editor/Instructional Designer:  Developed an Internet interactive  Style Guide and Resource Template as part of a 12 member software development  team presentation entitled: Adventure Everest On-Line 97. Used both Windows and Mac environments to assemble data, and create a 100 lesson cross-curriculum guide for teachers of students in Grades 5-12  throughout North America. Employed Case Study Writing as a Marketing Tool and created a process flow chart.

Ø       Writer/Instructional Designer/Editor:  Wrote the Resource Guide for VR Didatech's Live Internet Adventure: Adventure Everest On-Line 97 as well as the Resource Guides for two CD-ROM Productions:  Totems and  Canadian Treasures.

IV.       Chinju Language Institute, Chinju, Korea                        (1996 - 1997)

Ø      Teacher:  Teacher of conversational English to Adults, University and Secondary School Students.

V.        Rothe Consulting International, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada (1993-1996)

Ø      Researcher:  Contracted for two Ontario-Wide Ministry of Highway  Studies on: A) The Relationship between Truck Drivers and Dispatchers and B) Seniors and Driving Habits. The former involved convincing trucking company Presidents to permit the drivers and dispatchers to fill out the questionnaire and travelling throughout the province for one month gathering the data in oral and written form.  The later, involved interviewing Seniors in a small Ontario town. The taped interviews became part of a subsequent government report to guide policy formation with respect to the sensitive issue of Seniors and Driving Habits.

Ø      Researcher:  Full Literature Review on the topic Children and Well-Being which subsequently became part of a Provincial Policy Discussion Paper.