RESUMÉ OF MARGARET CARR

Experience
April 1994 through current, percentage of time varies
Freelance Computing Work: Edit and format publication doctoral dissertations, research papers, books, and biblical commentary; compile and code data for research grants; index books; transcribe interviews for research purposes; prepare html files, write instructional manuals, develop databases in FileMaker Pro to track journal submissions and student achievement; complete alpha and beta testing; set up database programs to market, advertise, track, and bill. Use Word 2010. Started with Word 1 and Lotus in Seattle in 1984. Use Excel extensively. Main areas are educational leadership, curriculum, and educational psychology. Also worked with research or publications in Biblical studies and police work.

February 1999 through June 2003, 50 to 100%, dependent upon funding
College of Education, Arizona State University, and Center for Indian Education, Tempe, Arizona
Duties: Computer documentation specialist, database manager, technical editor, layout editor, and word processor specialist (scanned 700 articles into html format) for the Journal of American Indian Education.

August 1990 through August 1998, 50 to 100%, dependent upon funding
College of Education, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
Duties: Worked as itinerary administrative assistant for Dr. David C. Berliner, Regent Professor. Worked as administrative secretary for educational research grants directed by Dr. Dee Ann Spencer, Research Specialist; Dr. Christian Faltis, Professor; Dr. Laura Rendón, Professor.
Database manager, document specialist (format, edit, input, develop graphs and tables), report writer, transcriptionist.

October 1984 through February 1989, 100%
Schools of Business, Dean’s Office, University of Washington, Seattle Position: Program Assistant II (100%):
Word processor specialist for research papers in business, computer trainer, and lead person with Word.
I was part of some beginning tests at the university between IBM and Apple.

February 1978 through December 1983, 100%
1. Judge Brockmoller, 120th Judicial District, El Paso, Texas, civil court reporter, temp position, 5 months
2. Judge Williams, Eleventh Judicial District, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, criminal court reporter, temp position, 7 months
3. Word Action, Salem, Oregon (my own freelance court reporting business), four years
Court reporter: Operated a stenotype machine along with a tape recorder to manually and electronically record verbatim civil and criminal court sessions, hearings, depositions, and sworn statements. Transcribed proceedings.

July 1973 through November 1976, 100%
University of California Medical Center, Orange, California
Medical abstractor and insurance biller.

July 1967 through May 1969, 100%
Orange County Probation Department, 301 City Drive South, Orange, California
Transcriber/clerk typist, transcribed from a dictating machine juvenile court proceedings and documents.

Education and Licenses
1. Prairie Bible College: Bible, missions, ended third of four years in 1965
2. Santa Ana College, Santa Ana, California, January 1970: AA in Humanities
3. Orange County College of Court Reporting, Garden Grove, California: certificate of completion, January 1978
4. Licenses: States of Oklahoma and Oregon, passed certified court reporter tests, May 1979 and October 1981
5. Chemeketa College, Salem, Oregon: business courses with Small Business Administration
6. Arizona State University, poetry, algebra, graduate course on qualitative data, computer training.

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