Master of Education (M.Ed.) – Instructional Technology
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) – Visual Communications in Digital Design
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) – Media Advertising Arts
Certificates – Systems Approach to Training (SAT), HTML, InDesign-CS, Illustrator, Fast Track to Flash, Design Techniques with Macromedia Flash MX, Fast Track to Dreamweaver, Multimedia Graphics (MOS 25M), Signal Corps, Meritorious Mast
NAUI – Master SCUBA Diver, Specialty Diver - Night Diver, Advanced Diver, Specialty Diver - Research Technician
Jennifer has extensive experience in the application of sound instructional development principles, and the methodical approach to Planning, Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation (P-ADDIE) of large-scale training programs for government, military and health care clients.
Over ten years – Instructional Systems Designer/Developer/Department of Defense (DoD) training, managing training professionals and projects
Over twenty years – Multimedia/Graphics/Photography/Video/Training Development
Develops Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) conformant and 508 compliant Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL), Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI), and Blended Learning Applications for multiple Learning Management Systems (LMS) and Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS). Proficient in the development of courseware with task-based Authoring Instructional Materials (AIM) Learning Object Module (LOM), Joint Forces Command (JFCOM) Rapid Online Content Creation Environment (ROCCE2), Army Training Development Capability (TDC) and other authoring systems for use in various learning management systems such as Navy Knowledge Online (NKO), Joint Knowledge Online (JKO), Army Knowledge Online (AKO), Citrix Server, AtlasPro, CourseMill and Moodle. Experience with processes for Front End Analysis (FEA) and Job Duty Task Analysis (JDTA) creating Rating Analysis Training Structure (RATS) and developing course structures in AIM Content Planning Module (CPM).
Additional Software: Microsoft Office, SharePoint, Adobe Master Creative Suite, Adobe Captivate, iMovie, Composica, Lectora, Articulate Storyline and social media platforms.
Sailor 2025 Ready Relevant Learning (RRL) Curriculum Development
Sailor 2025 is the U.S. Navy’s program to improve and modernize personnel management and training systems to recruit, develop, manage, reward, and retain the force of tomorrow more effectively. The RRL goal is to provide the right training at the right time in the right way for Sailors by developing a career-long learning continuum where training is delivered by modern methods to enable faster learning and better knowledge retention at multiple points throughout a career.
Developed AIM CPM, AIM LOM and interactive multimedia products IAW CDRLs and DIDs.
Fire Controlman Aegis (FCA) Aegis Weapon System (AWS) AEGIS Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD)
Fire Controlman (FC)
Operations Specialist (OS)
Electronics Technician (ET)
Gunner's Mate (GM)
Sonar Technician, Surface (STG)
U.S. Military Curriculum Development
Joint Forces Command (JFCOM) Equal Opportunity Policy Basic Training, Rule of Law and Financial Operations (IFO) curriculum
U.S. Navy MK 41 Vertical Launching Systems (VLS), Anti-Air Warfare (AWW), Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW), Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD), Land Attack/Strike curriculum
U.S. Navy/Finnish Air Force F/A-18C/D Aircrew Computer Based Training (CBT)
U.S. Air Force curriculum
U.S. Coast Guard Training Center (USCG TRACEN) training
U.S. Army Installation Management Systems Installation Support Modules (ISM) Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS) curriculum
U.S. Army Distributed Learning Education Training Products (DLETP)
Concept of Operations (CONOPS) Capabilities-Based Assessment (CBA) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Air Traffic Controller Training Program
Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC) curriculum
Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) International marketing
U.S. Navy General Military Training (GMT) Curriculum Development
Developed mandatory GMT curriculum:
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Awareness
Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting
Antiterrorism Level 1 Awareness
U.S. Army Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP)Curriculum Development
INTERVENE: When I recognize a threat to my fellow Soldiers, I will have the personal courage to INTERVENE and prevent sexual assault. I will condemn acts of sexual harassment. I will not abide obscene gestures, language, or behavior. I am a Warrior and a member of a team. I will INTERVENE.
ACT: You are my brother, my sister, my fellow Soldier. It is my duty to stand up for you, no matter the time or place. I will ACT. I will do what is right. I will prevent sexual harassment and sexual assault. I will not tolerate sexually offensive behavior. I will ACT.
MOTIVATE: We are American Soldiers, MOTIVATED to keep our fellow Soldiers safe. It is our mission to prevent sexual harassment and sexual assault. We will denounce sexual misconduct. As Soldiers, we are all MOTIVATED to act. We are strongest...together.
Defense Acquisition University (DAU)Curriculum Development
Mission: Provide a global learning environment to develop qualified acquisition, requirements and contingency professionals who deliver and sustain effective and affordable warfighting capabilities.
Vision: An accomplished and adaptive workforce, giving the warfighter a decisive edge.
CDC Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH) Curriculum Development
CDC, through its Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH), works to promote environments where youth can gain fundamental health knowledge and skills, establish healthy behaviors for a lifetime, connect to health services, and avoid becoming pregnant or infected with HIV or STDs.
Establishing a Lifetime of Healthy Behaviors
DASH Promotes Healthy Behaviors
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Curriculum Development
The mission of EPA is to protect human health and the environment.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Center for Clinical Standards and Quality (CCSQ), to provide support for the CMS Survey and Certification Group (SCG) National Surveyor Training Program (NSTP) Curriculum Development
The CMS, CCSQ, SGC, Training Team is responsible for providing leadership, overall programmatic direction, and training to Regional Offices (ROs) and State Survey Agencies (SAs) for implementation and enforcement of health quality standards and safety requirements for Medicare/Medicaid providers and suppliers of health care services.
Women in Defense (WID) projects
Wounded Warrior Project
UNICEF USA projects
Orthopaedic Research of Virginia (ORV)
Circuit City Corporate Center marketing
Trader Publishing Company magazine
Manatee research projects
Technical Certifications – Universal Technical Institute (UTI) – Automotive Technology II with Nissan
Services MULTIVAC thermoforming and tray sealing packaging systems, primarily supporting the food and medical packaging industries.
Provided customer on-site troubleshooting, support, repairs, maintenance and training on MULTIVAC machine configurations, operations, operating systems, as well as new machine installations.
As an Aegis Technical Operator and Trainer David's responsibilities included: coordinating system integration and testing of 17 different Aegis baselines to provide on-site and distance support of customer system testing, development, certification, and training, reviewing of customer requested system configurations, as well as technical and engineering data to ensure the customer is able to conduct desired testing.
As a Fire Controlman (FC) and an Aegis Weapon System (AWS) Subject Matter Expert (SME), while serving 14 years in the U.S. Navy, David's job duties allowed him to gain extensive professional experience in managing, coordinating system integration and troubleshooting. As a Leading Petty Officer, he was a liaison between the Chain of Command and workcenter technicians for overall weapon system statuses, casualty reporting, and technical-to-tactical impact interpretation. He was proactive and energetic in fostering a team mentality to get the most out of the teams’ potential. During his time as Workcenter Supervisor (WCS) he was accountable for the control and maintenance of all workcenter system-level hardware, tools, and test equipment, to include calibration and maintenance of all support equipment. Regularly sought out by peers for troubleshooting assistance to isolate faults to the lowest applicable hardware level and restore the system to normal operational availability.