Hugh Switzer

(I am no longer directly working with TIG so I'm unable to assist with site or technical questions. Please contact memberservices@takingitglobal.org if you require any assistance. Thanks!) I... read more (I am no longer directly working with TIG so I'm unable to assist with site or technical questions. Please contact memberservices@takingitglobal.org if you require any assistance. Thanks!) I have been involved with TakingITGlobal since July of 2002 when I was introduced by <a href="http://profiles.takingitglobal.org/pattychilton" class="tigblog">Patty Chilton</a>. I currently attend <a href="http://www.dal.ca" class="tigblog">Dalhousie University</a> in Halifax, <a href="http://novascotia.takingitglobal.org/" class="tigblog">Nova Scotia</a> where I am pursuing a Business Management degree with a minor in International Development. Starting at TIG in 2002, my role changed from volunteer to employee in the summer of 2003. My responsibilities have ranged from helping launch EarthYouth.net to management of the online community to bug testing the site. Although I am a full-time student in Halifax, I still work with TIG over the internet supporting the online community, testing the site, and moderating forums. 2007-2008 -- Web support and Privacy Officer. 2006 -- Project Coordinator for TIG MDG Canada campaign, <a href="http://youth.aids2006.org/en/home.html" class="tigblog">Website Support for Youth Hub</a> at <a href="http://events.takingitglobal.org/aids2006/" class="tigblog">XVI International AIDS Conference</a> 2005 -- Project Coordinator for Canadian National Information Society Youth Campaign, Project Coordinator for <a href="http://www.globalknowledge.org/youthaward/" class="tigblog"><i>Youth and ICT Awards</i></a> 2004 -- Quality Assurance Manager, Online Content support, Part-time Office Assistant, Part-time Executive Assistant. 2003 -- Content coordinator, Office Admin support, general office support, Quality Assurance Manager, discussion board moderator. 2002 -- Media relations, launch support and assistant for <a href="http://earthyouth.net" class="tigblog"><i>Earthyouth.net</i></a>, content review support.

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