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Information Ecology Caucus, CSD NGO Steering Committee New York, NY
1997.02-2000.03
NGO Forum '96 Preparations Istanbul, Turkey
1995.10-1996.06
Towards Earth Summit II - NGO/CSD Steering Committee New York, NY
1997.03-1997.07
International NGO Facilitating Group for Habitat II (IFG) New York, NY
1995.06-1997.06
UN Habitat, New York Liaison Office New York, NY
1995.04-1997.07
Parliament of the People Chicago, IL
1993.09-1993.09
Your Voice Chicago, IL
1993.08-1993.09
Parliament of World Religions Chicago, IL
1993.08-1993.09
NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development New York, NY
1993.05-2001.05
Ideas for Tomorrow Today
  • Edited and published final version of the NGO Alternative Treaties - in book form and on diskette - as "Alternative Treaties: Synergistic Processes for Sustainable Communities and Global Responsibility". Made available diskette copies of the Rio Agreements and the database of UNCED-accredited NGOs. Created a full-text relational database of the Rio Agreements - Rio Declaration, Agenda 21, Convention on Biodiversity, Framework Climate Convention, NGO Alternative Treaties and the Women's Action Agenda. Created, corrected and updated a database of signatories of the treaties. Edited and published an issue of NGO Alternative Treaties Bulletin.
Milbrook, United Kingdom
1992.09-1993.03
Da Zi Bao at Rio Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1992.06-1992.06
Synergistic Processes project
  • The principal focus project has been the application of information and communication technology in support of effective communication, access to information, and broad-based participation for the non-governmental organization community in the UNCED process and follow-up activities.

    Member of facilitation team at the 1993 Parliament of World Religions in Chicago, co-edited Your Voice interactive bulletin, with responsibility for special issues that organized and presented reports from a Parliament of the People and from the Assembly of Religious and Spiritual Leaders.

    During the UNCED preparations, project activities included the publication of the Da Zi Bao interactive bulletin at PrepCom IV and at the Global Forum in Rio; the latter involved publication of the bulletin in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French with a total staff, including volunteers, of 115 people. After Rio, the work involved compilation and publication of the Alternative Treaties, dissemination on disk of the official Rio agreements and the alternative treaties in several languages, the design, implementation and dissemination of a database of the NGOs accredited to UNCED and the organization of the text of the Rio agreements and the alternative treaties into a full text searchable database.

Baltimore, MD
1992.01-1995.06
Roots of the Future: International NGO Conference Paris, France
1991.11-1991.12
Information Habitat: Where Information Lives
  • Guides and directs Information Habitat - a non-governmental organization (NGO) in Special Consultative Status with the UN Economic and Social Council - with a focus on promoting the understanding and practice of information ecology as a holistic life science and as a framework to support a global transition to knowledge-based economies, societies and environments. Throughout the global conferences of the 1990s, Information Habitat has been the leading pioneer in the systematic application of information and communications technologies in support of broad-based participation, access to information and networking by NGOs involved in the work of the United Nations, and the development of an information ecology framework that can support a transition to sustainability, human rights, justice and peace, in the context of an integrated follow up to the agreements of the United Nations Conferences of the 1990s and their reconciliation with international trade and investment agreements.
Baltimore, MD
1990.06-
Who Is Who: People, Projects and Organizations in Service to the Earth
  • Database design, development and management and desk top publishing of Who Is Who: People, Projects and Organizations in Service to the Earth for the VisionLink Education Foundation; provided training and support in word processing, data entry, report generation and routine database management.
New York, NY
1990.05-1991.04
Baltimore City Public Schools
  • Organized, formatted and presented data and produced a comprehensive Report Card on Elementary Schools in Baltimore with comprehensive statistics on measures of school performance and behavior. The Report was prepared and disseminated under the auspices of the Education Committee of the Citizens' Planning and Housing Association in Baltimore. The data were compiled and integrated in a DataPerfect relational database - and the report was generated as a single, massive - by prevailing standards - mail-merge document in Wordperfect 5.0 with data from an assortment of data sources within the Baltimore City Public School system, resulting in the first-ever integrated presentation of performance data for the public schools in Baltimore.
Baltimore, MD
1990.02-1990.04
Friends Committee on Unity with Nature Ann Arbor, MI
1988.02-1991.01
Better Waverly Community Organization Baltimore, MD
1985.10-1990.05
Alternative Press Center
  • Designed and developed DataPerfect relational database system for classifying and organizing coding of articles in alternative and progressive publication. Developed report formats using DataPerfect and WordPerfect that generated the contents of the Alternative Press Index, a quarterly publication that has been a primary library reference resource for alternative progressive periodicals. Provided training in data entry and report generation.
Baltimore, MD
1982.06-1989.09
Baltimore Area Community Organizations Baltimore, MD
1982.02-1991.03
Baltimore City Jail Administrative Analysis
  • Developed microcomputer plans, training and recommendations; developed and edited Policy and Procedures Manual for compliance with Maryland State standards; published staff newsletter; produced audiovisual materials for orientation of incoming residents; developed plans and proposals; prepared budgets and position descriptions; served as in-house consultant to mid-level correctional and administrative staff, including the design and management of a process for maintenance of an orderly schedule for meals, recreation and other services to inmates.
Baltimore, MD
1981.10-1986.03
Workers' Action Press Baltimore, MD
1981.01-1988.12
Baltimore Information Cooperative Baltimore, MD
1980.10-1984.04
Baltimore Defense Committee
  • Participated in support activitites for the Baltimore Defense Committee, which the Interfaith Peace Committee became after the burning of draft records by the "Catonsville Nine", led by the later Fasther Phillip Berrigan; assisted in planning meetings, rallies, etc., folded and stapled flyers, and stuffed and sorted envelopes, and prepared them for non-profit mail delivery.
Baltimore, MD
1968.03-1972.01


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