RESUME: DEBRA HOPKINS
Software Consultant (December 1996-present)
- Work with several clients on establishing and maintaining their web sites. Clients have included Boulder Public Library, RAND, SurveyConnect, and small companies in the Boulder area.
- Have worked with clients on all aspects of web development. Work involves design, implementation, maintenance, and updating of sites. Specializing in interactive sites, with database backends and realtime reporting.
- Database work using Access, SQL Server, ODBC, and ColdFusion.
Software Engineer (December 1996-project concluding October 2000)
Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado
- Managed the implementation of a large database system allowing users easy access to data relating to the behavioral science field.
- Developed solution using SQL server on a NT server platform.
- Designed and implemented front end web interface, using Front Page and Microsoft Visual Studio, and Active Server Pages.
- Managed all aspects of the project including selecting appropriate hardware and software, database and GUI design, implementation and testing.
Software Engineer (June 1994-December 1996)
Science & Policy Associates, Inc.
- Led in the design and implementation of a model to calculate health risk due to soil pollution. Played a crucial role in working with the client from initial design specifications to final training on the software. Programming was done in Visual Basic.
- Operation and assessment of scenarios and development of data for input and comparison of an integrated assessment model. The project is aimed at determining emissions impact on visibility in the Grand Canyon area. Using Visual Basic and Access.
- Developed emissions viewing system using ArcView and SAS for University of Michigan. Used ArcViews' programming language to write stand alone program to visualize all aspects of emissions. Involved designing, implementing, debugging program.
- Created and maintained dynamic WWW site to make global emissions data available.
Programmer II (January 1990-June
Atmospheric Modeling Section
State University of New York, Albany, New York residing in Boulder, Colorado
- Ran and modified air emissions model, written in SAS and ARC/Info for University of Michigan.
- Coordinated office computing. Including installation and troubleshooting hardware and software.
- Wrote programs to calculate visibility for Denver Brown Cloud air study in C and Fortran.
Programmer I (April 1985-January
Acid Deposition Modeling Project
State University of New York, Albany, New York
National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado
B.S. May 1985 -- University of
Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
Major: Applied Math/ Computer Science Cumulative Average: 3.5 on a 4.0 scale