Jill Strykowski

Webpages:
- Etching
- Sample Frameset and Image Map

Collaborate Essay: First Public Test of SFB Morse's Electromagnetic Telegraph

Research Team: The Early 19th Century

Map: Historic Points of Interest Found in Greenwich Village (1800-1850)

RESUME

EDUCATION
University of Southern California: Los Angeles, CA – BA in art history (May 2006).
New York University: NY, NY – MA in archives – in progress.
Long Island University: NY, NY – MSLIS (ALA accredited) – in progress.

COMPUTER SKILLS
Proficient on Windows and Mac. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access, Adobe Acrobat, Illustrator and Photoshop. Basic knowledge of HTML, XML and other semantic web schemas.

INDUSTRY SKILLS
Able to catalog in MARC and EAD. Knowledgeable in the use of VRA and Dublin Core schemas. Trained in DACS, DCRM, LCSH, AACRII. Aware of digitization standards and practices. Able to use Cataloger’s Desktop and Archivist’s Toolkit. Experienced in administration and set-up of digital asset management, digital gallery and internet library systems.

LANGUAGES
Reading comprehension of Spanish and German.

JOB HISTORY

  • Foundation for Landscape Design (Non-profit) New York, NY; 08/10-present
  • * General Administrator and Digital Project Curator (JStore affiliated)
  • Macmillan Publishing (Trade Publishing) New York, NY; 12/08 – 10/09
  • * Title Coordinator/Business Analyst (Operations/Inventory Department)
  • Landmark Ventures (IT Advisory & Lead Generation) New York, NY; 11/06 – 4/08
  • * Marketing and Research Coordinator
  • Houghton Mifflin Company (Text Book Publishing) San Diego, CA; 1/06 – 8/06
  • * Marketing Assistant, Western Region, School Division (Full time while finishing degree)
  • Museum of Modern Art (Art Museum and Auditorium) San Diego, CA; 2/06 - 8/06
  • * Event Manager

CONTRACT AND FINITE-TERM PROJECTS

  • Wildlife Conservation Society (Zoo Administration) Bronx, NY; 4/10-present
  • * Digital Asset Manager
  • New York University Libraries (Academic Library) New York, NY; 10/09 – 05/10
  • * Graduate Reference Assistant (Professional rotation for degree program)
  • Marvel Entertainment, Inc. (Comic Book Publishing) New York, NY; 1/10-4/10
  • * Graduate Library Intern (Internship conducted for degree credit)
  • New York University Press (Academic Press) New York, NY; 12/09-4/10
  • * Graduate Research Assistant
  • Tamiment/Wagner Labor Archives (NYU Libraries) New York, NY; 10/09-12/09
  • * Graduate Assistant for Non-print Archivist (Professional rotation for degree program)
  • Frick Art Reference Library (Research Library) New York, NY; 10/09 – 04/10
  • * Graduate Assistant for the Photoarchive*
  • Christie’s, Inc. (Fine Art Action House) Los Angeles, CA; 8/05 – 12/05
  • * Fine Arts Intern/Administrator (Part time while attending undergraduate)
  • Frick Art Reference Library (Research Library) New York, NY; 5/05 – 08/05
  • * Photoarchive Intern (Summer internship program)

OTHER
Trained in theatrical design, construction, lighting and stage management. Theater resume is available upon request. Skilled at painting, drawing and graphic design. Experience with library and archival preservation and digitization practices.

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