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Cynthia A. Lockley, Résumé part 2

Washington, DC metropolitan area
URL: http://www.lockley.net/

Part 1:
SummaryPresent positionCareer ExperienceVolunteer Experience
EducationSoftware ExperienceHardware ExperienceAffiliations
Part 2:
Awards, Honors, and RecognitionPublicationsSeminar, Symposium, or Panel Participation

Awards, Honors, and Recognition

Community of Distinction (SIG leadership group award) for the STC Accessibility SIG, May 2006.

2005 APEX® Awards for Publication Excellence in the category of "Web & Intranet Site Content & Writing" for the STC Washington, DC Chapter website, July 2005.

2005 APEX® Awards for Publication Excellence in the category of "One to Two Person-Produced Web & Intranet Sites" for the STC Accessibility SIG website, July 2005.

Gold award for Excellence for the STC Accessibility SIG website from the American Association of Webmasters, June 2005.

Pacesetter Award (SIG leadership group award) for the STC Accessibility SIG, May 2005.

Distinguished SIG Service Award (DSSA) for contributions to the success of the STC Accessibility SIG, from the Board of Directors of the Society for Technical Communication, February 2005.

Fellow, the Society for Technical Communication, February 2004.

Numerous Certificates of Excellence and of Appreciation for work on competition committees and for participating as a judge in competitions, 1995-2006.

Associate Fellow, the Society for Technical Communication, January 2002.

Award of Excellence (co-recipient), for Chapter Public Relations Program for the Washington, DC Chapter in the Society for Technical (STC) Communication Public Relations Competition, May 2002.

Letter of Distinction from NPOESS Integrated Program Office with NOAA for work done on design and implementation of the NPOESS website.

Chapter Achievement Award of Excellence, as Chapter President for the second time (2000-2001), for the Washington, DC Chapter, May 2001.

Distinguished Chapter Service Award (DCSA) for contributions to the success of the Washington, DC Chapter, from the Board of Directors of the Society for Technical Communication, February 2000.

Immediate Past President (2001-2002 and 1999-2000), President (2000-2001 and 1998-1999), First Vice President/ Programs Manager, and Second Vice President/Competitions Manager, Washington, DC Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (1996-2000).

Appointed as a member of the STC Special Needs Committee, 1999-2000.

Appointed as a member of the STC Electronic Media Committee serving as the Region 2 Webmaster, 1998-2004.

Award of Merit for Association for Women in Communications Washington, D.C. Chapter website (http://www.awic-dc.org/) in the Society for Technical Communication Washington, D.C. Chapter’s Online Communication Competition, February 1999.

Award of Distinction (co-recipient), for Pacific-Sierra Research Corporation Annual Report in the Society for Technical Communication Washington, D.C. Chapter’s Technical Art Competition, February 1998.

Award of Achievement (co-recipient), for Pacific-Sierra Research Corporation website in the Society for Technical Communication Washington, D.C. Chapter’s Online Communication Competition, February 1998.

Award of Achievement, for STC Washington, D.C. Chapter website (http://www.stcwdc.org/) in the Society for Technical Communication Lone Star Chapter’s Web Page Competition, February 1998.

Award of Excellence, for Personal website: Born ABroad (http://www.lockley.net/) in the Society for Technical Communication Washington, D.C. Chapter’s Online Communication Competition, January 1997.

IBM 1993 Information Development Excellence Award for Customer Excellence, Tier III team award for enabling the ImagePlus documentation for the IBM Online Message Facility.

Featured in a "Catch the Spirit" poster for the IBM Employee Charitable Contribution Campaign, September 1992.

IBM: various informal, YEA, and WOW awards; and letters of recognition (1988-1995)

Who’s Who Worldwide (1993-1994)

Seminar, Symposium, or Panel Participation

Presentation at the STC 51st Annual Conference: "Redesigning the A-SIG website for Accessibility", Baltimore, Maryland, May 2004.

Presentation at the STC 50th Annual Conference: "Our SIG's 'e-Lifelines': Tapping Online Resources to Help Meet Special Needs", Dallas, Texas, May 2003.

Presentation at the STC Europe Leadership Workshop: "The Relationship Between the Region 2 Director/Sponsor's website and the Individual Region 2 Chapter websites", Apeldoorn, The Netherlands, March 2002.

Speaker, "The Marathon of Chapter Presidency", at the 48th Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, May 2001.

Table Host, Webmasters, at the Networking Luncheon at STC's 48th Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, May 2001.

Speaker, Chapter Webmasters Panel Discussion, on Leadership Day at the 48th Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, May 2001.

Table Host, Chapter Webmasters roundtable, at the 46th Annual Conference of the Society for Technical Communication, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 16, 1999.

Table Host, Web Page Creation and Management roundtable, at the 45th Annual Conference of the Society for Technical Communication, Anaheim, CA, May 17, 1998.

Presentation in Innovative Therapies Course Workshop: "Patient experiences of adverse reactions", at the American College of Rheumatology Biologics Meeting, Washington, D.C., April 1997.

Presentation and workshop session at the ACE-NIPS Conference, University of Maryland University College: "The World Wide Web and How to Get into It", June 14,1996.

Presentation to the Society for Technical Communication Washington, D.C. Chapter: "Home pages and the World Wide Web", December 12, 1995.

Presentation to potential vendors for graphic design, "Copyrights, Trademarks, and IBM Corporate Standards", IBM, Falls Church, Virginia, September 1995.

Presentation to the Image Project: "ImagePlus documentation status", at the SHARE 81 Conference, Washington, D.C., August 1993.

Presentation and documentation workshops: "ImagePlus Publications–Friend or Foe?" at the SHARE 80 Conference, San Francisco, CA, March, 1993; and the SHARE 79 Conference, Atlanta, GA, August, 1992 with Santo Collura.

Panel Moderator, On-Line Editing, in the Writing and Editing Stem of the 31st International Technical Communication Conference, Seattle, Washington, 1984.

Presentation to Division Managers and Vice Presidents: "Word Processing and Computer Output Microfilm Study", The Singer Company Link Simulation Systems Division, Silver Spring, Maryland, June 1982.

Chairperson, Word Processing and Computer Output Microfilm Study. Singer Link SSD, Silver Spring, Maryland, 1981-1982.

Publications

Redesigning the A-SIG Website for Accessibility. STC 51st Annual Conference Proceedings, February 2004.

Our SIG's "e-Lifelines": Tapping Online Resources to Help Meet Special Needs—with Mike Murray as co-author. STC 50th Annual Conference Proceedings, February 2003. Society for Technical Communication's Accessibility SIG Website. Available http://stc-access.org/ (May 2003-present day).

Society for Technical Communication's Special Needs Committee Website. (March 2000-May 2003).

Françoise Py-MacBeth, ModeFrance French Silk Scarves website. (August 1998-October 2007).

John MacBeth, Canadian Investment Adviser website. (January 1998-December 2008).

Association for Women in Communications Washington, D.C. Chapter website. (November 1996-October 2003).

Pacific-Sierra Research Corporation website. (April 1997), with Bonnie Driggers.

Society for Technical Communication Region 2 Director Sponsor’s website.(June 1996-2006).

The World Wide Web and How to Get into It, presentation and workshop given to ACE-NIPS Conference, University of Maryland University College. Available http://www.lockley.net/talk/webtalk.shtml (June 1996).

Home pages and the World Wide Web, presented to the Society for Technical Communication Washington, D.C. Chapter, Arlington, Virginia, December 1995. Available http://wdcb.stcwdc.org/prof-dev/about-wdcb-events/speaker-handouts/ (March 1996).

Society for Technical Communication Washington, D.C. Chapter website. Available http://wdcb.stcwdc.org (March 1996).

Around the Block (monthly community newsletter), Adelphi, Maryland, 1993 through 1996.

Cynthia Lockley Born ABroad. Available http://www.lockley.net/ (March 1995-present day).

IBM ImagePlus Poetry and Creative Literature Collection. (IBM internal document.) IBM Corporation, August 1994.

Revealing Developments. (newsletter to customers.) IBM Corporation, August 1994.

IBM SAA ImagePlus MVS/ESA Currency Tables. (IBM internal document.) IBM Corporation, May 10, 1994.

IBM ImagePlus Systems Development 1993 Quality Assessment, editor. (IBM internal document.) IBM Corporation, January 1994.

Using PM Camera for Screen Captures. (IBM internal document.) IBM Corporation, September 30, 1993.

IBM SAA ImagePlus MVS/ESA Chronological History. IBM document number GC28-7586-00. IBM Corporation, March 1993.

ImagePlus Cover Designs. (IBM internal document.) IBM Corporation, April 1992.

SAA Site Coordinator Role. (IBM internal document.) IBM Corporation, September 1991.

Image Processing in the Office Environment. IBM document number GC38-3033-0. IBM Corporation, November 1989, with Peter Somerville.

Introducing Personal Services/CICS Release 3. IBM document number GC30-3292-2. American Institutes for Research, March 1987.

IBM COBOL Version 2.00 Fundamentals. IBM document number 84X1615. American Institutes for Research, December 1986.

Diagnosing Problems with Personal Services/370 Release 2. IBM document number LY30-5596-0. American Institutes for Research, June 1986.

Word Processing and Computer Output Microfilm Study. The Singer Company Link Simulation Systems Division, August 1982.

Abbreviations and Acronyms Handbook. The Singer Company Link Simulation Systems Division, November 1983.

Software Documentation Style Guide. The Singer Company Link Simulation Systems Division, October 1981.

"Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Systems Engineering." Link SSD Technical Newsletter No. 4, July 10, 1981.

"The Value of Documentation Specialists to Software Documentation." Link SSD, February 1981.

Navy/Special Projects Flowcharting Guidelines. Link SSD Department Operating Instruction 80-2, April 1980.

Software Configuration Management Plan. Link SSD Department Operating Instruction 80-1, December 1979.

Catalogue of Standard Products and Routine Services for the Operations Support Computing Division (Code 570). NASA Technical Report OSCD November 1979 and CSC document number CSC/SD-79/6029, Computer Sciences Corporation, November 1979, with Judith S. Smith.

Engineering Drafting Operations and Procedures Manual. CSC document number CSTA/5630314, Computer Sciences-Technicolor Associates, September 1977.

Drafting Work Order Priority Request (DWOPR) Procedures. CSC document number CSTA/5630376, September 1977.

Health and Safety: Housekeeping and Safety Inspections. CSC document number CSTA/HS-03, August 1977.

Health and Safety: Accident/Emergency Procedures. CSC document number CSTA/HS-02, June 1977.

Health and Safety: Hazard Notice Procedure. CSC document number CSTA/HS-01, May 1977.

Software Program Guide for Engineering Drafting. CSC document number CSTA/5630354, May 1977.

Configuration Control Status Report. CSC document number CSTA/5630302, February 1976.

Configuration Control Board Management Procedures. CSC document number CSTA/QC-11, October 1975.

Configuration Control Board Documentation Format Requirements. CSC document number CSTA/QC-24, September 1975.

Drafting Procedures and Requirements. CSC document number
CSTA/QC-23, July 1975.

Revised 22 May 2006

Part 1:
SummaryPresent positionCareer ExperienceVolunteer Experience
EducationSoftware ExperienceHardware ExperienceAffiliations
Part 2:
Awards, Honors, and RecognitionPublicationsSeminar, Symposium, or Panel Participation
 

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