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2009 Curriculum Vita 112409

  1. 1. Resume Deborah J. Weaver 7701 La Brea Street NE Albuquerque, NM 87113 505.710.7467 deborah.j.weaver@gmail.com EDUCATION Degrees Master of Arts in Linguistics and English 1982 University of North Dakota Bachelor of Science in Biology and Education 1976 Wheaton College Additional Education Total Quality Management 1994 Santa Fe Community College Educational Linguistics Graduate Courses 1988 - 1989 University of New Mexico Additional Training Certified Trainer: Quality Process Training for Service and Support Personnel 1995 National Quality Academy at Albuquerque TVI Community College Certified Trainer: Quality Training for Instructors 1995 National Quality Academy at Albuquerque TVI Community College WORK EXPERIENCE New Grounds Print Workshop Emerging Artist (Apprentice) 2009 – present Create art that art that meets director’s standards for display in gallery. Responsibilities include ensuring presses used are operated safely and correctly and maintaining working space and supply area in clean, operational condition. Kirtland Federal Credit Union Senior VP, Organizational Performance 2007 – 2008 Managed strategic plan deployment, quality and performance management systems, knowledge management system, and employee training. POD Inc. Senior Business Systems Manager 2006 – 2007 Worked with clients in a variety of roles, including Project Manager, Product Manager, Business Process Analyst/Engineer, and Online Training Developer. DWParker and Associates, LLC Principal 2004 – 2008 Provided consulting services. Specialized in strategic planning, operations process management, survey research, and employee training. Dynamic Growth Strategies, Inc. President & CEO 2000 - 2004 Managed a five-person company providing management consulting, employee training, graphic design, and technical services. Albuquerque TVI Tenured Faculty 1989 - 2000 Taught Developmental Reading and Writing. Served two terms as Chair, Student Academic Achievement, and one as Chair, Developmental Reading. Developed curriculum. Did research for the Institutional Planning and Research Department. Albuquerque TVI Part-time Faculty 1988 Taught English-as-a-Second Language composition off-site for Adult Education Department.
  2. 2. University of New Mexico Research Assistant 1988 – 1989 Reported to Dean, College of Education. Supported the Northern New Mexico Network for Rural Education’s Directors of Instruction group. Edited the College of Education Alumni Newsletter. North Lake College Director, Center for Independent Study 1986 – 1988 Managed a learning center with more than 20 employees. Chair of Reading and English as a Second Language (ESL) faculty. Grant manager for the Carl Perkins Grant. Member, State of Texas Basic Skills Curriculum Committee. Taught developmental and college reading classes. Developed curriculum. Mountain View College (Dallas, TX) Instructional Associate/Adjunct Faculty 1983 – 1986 Tutored ESL and developmental English students for the Learning Skills Center. Taught learning skills, developmental writing, ESL, and GED classes for the Communications and Continuing Education Departments. Developed curriculum. University of Texas-Arlington Adjunct Faculty 1983 Taught graduate course in phonology and developed curriculum. AWARDS AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS Senior Member Designation American Society for Quality 2006 Award for Excellence National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development 1996 Outstanding Instructor of the Year Albuquerque TVI – Dept of Adult and Developmental Education 1995 PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS American Society for Quality Knowledge Area Expert, CMQ/OE Certification Exam Review Workshop 2007 Certification Exam Proctor (Albuquerque Section) 2005 - 2006 National Association of Women Business Owners (Northern New Mexico Chapter) President 2004 - 2005 Board Member 2000 - 2006 Albuquerque Quality Network Board of Directors 1998 - 2001 National Association of Women Business Owners: Northern New Mexico Chapter President 2004 – 2005 Board of Directors 1999 – 2006 New Mexico College Reading and Learning Association Program Chair 1995 Western College Reading and Learning Association SIG Leader, Learning Assistance Center Management 1987-1988 Texas Reading and Learning Association Local Arrangements Committee 1984 PUBLICATIONS Refereed Journal Articles King, Nancy and Weaver-Parker, Deborah. “Teaching Developmental Writing Students Online.” The ACE Journal of the NCTE Assembly on Computers in English 1 (1997): 50-52. Weaver, Deborah. “The Effect of Language Change and Death on Obviation in Michif.” Actes du Quatorizìeme Congrés de Algonquinistes. Ottawa: Carleton University. 1983. Weaver, Deborah. “Obviation in Michif.” Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics. Grand Forks, ND: University of North Dakota. 1982. Weaver, Deborah. “Orthography Design.” Notes on Literacy. 31(1980): 15-18. 2 of 4
  3. 3. Newsletter Articles Weaver Parker, Deborah. Thinking Strategically, Q-News, Quality New Mexico, 2001. Weaver, Deborah. “Learning Assistance Center Management: Evaluating Our Current Status.” Learning Assistance Center Management SIG Newsletter. Western College Reading and Learning Association. 1998. Newspaper Columns Weaver-Parker, Deborah. “Be Cautious When Asking for Growth – You Might Get It!” New Mexico Business Weekly (December 24, 2004) Weaver-Parker, Deborah. “Don’t Drown in Paperwork Just Because You’re Growing.” New Mexico Business Weekly (November 11, 2005). Weaver-Parker, Deborah. “A Learning Community Can Transform an Organization.” New Mexico Business Weekly (March 1, 2002). Weaver-Parker, Deborah. “Use Irate Customer Experience as an Opportunity to Improve.” New Mexico Business Weekly (October 3, 2005). PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS Juried Presentations Gentile, Richard et al. “Who? Why? What? How? One Answer to Questions about Outcomes Assessment.” New Mexico Higher Education Assessment Conference (2000). Johnson, Larry and Deborah Weaver Parker. “Electronic Media Literacy.” New Mexico College Reading and Learning Association Annual Conference. (1993). Weaver, Deborah. “Investing in Your Students through Database Management.” Academic Success Annual Conference (1987). Weaver-Parker, Deborah. “Learning Assistance Center Management: Evaluating Our Current Status Western College and Reading Association Annual Conference (1988). Weaver-Parker, Deborah and Brian King. “Strategic Planning in a Small Business Using the Balanced Scorecard.” Quality New Mexico Annual Conference (2001). Weaver-Parker, Deborah and Linda Pope. “What Good is Developmental Education Anyway?” New Mexico Higher Education Assessment Annual Conference (1999). Seminars and Workshops Atkinson, Dale; Deborah Weaver-Parker; and Pamela Bowker. “Uniform Chart of Accounts (UCOA) Overview: A Demonstration on the New Web-Based Budget System and Questions & Answers Session.” Spring Budget Workshop. New Mexico Department of Public Education (2006). Nelson, Craig et al. “How to Present Data.” Annual Quality Tools Workshop. Albuquerque Quality Network (2000). Weaver-Parker, Deborah. “Where Are You Going and How Will You Know When You Get There (The Balanced Scorecard).” Albuquerque Quality Network (March, 2003). Weaver-Parker, Deborah. “Stuck in the Middle: Managing Supplier Quality.” Albuquerque Quality Network (September, 2004). Weaver-Parker, Deborah. “So What’s Your Problem? Tools to Help You Get to the Root of Things?” Annual Quality Tools Workshop. Albuquerque Quality Network (2005). Weaver-Parker, Deborah and Mary Jo Lovick. “Not Another Meeting! How to Stop Wasting Your Time.” Albuquerque Quality Network ( February, 2001). COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC SERVICE CNM Community College Labor Board Labor Representative 2003 - 2008 Albuquerque Public Schools Dual-Language Immersion Task Force 1999 - 2000 Deborah J. Weaver Resume Page 3 of 4
  4. 4. ADDITIONAL SKILLS Languages Conversational Spanish – 80% bilingual Software Windows XP – intermediate skills MS Office 2003 – advanced skills MS Visio 2003 – advanced skills QuickBooks 2006 – advanced skills Authoring Tools ToolBook 7.0 – Intermediate Skills Methodologies Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence Balanced Scorecard ISO 9000: 2001 CMMI 1.2 Six Sigma REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST Deborah J. Weaver Resume Page 4 of 4

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