Ms. Salome is a multimedia and communications professional with ten years' experience in radio and on-line production. She combines technical experience with strong community ties and research and writing skills. She is interested in issues related to access to technology and health care, social justice, ethnicity and sexual orientation. She also maintains an interest in developing the Internet as a tool for networking, education, and social change.
Stanford University, MA 1995, Communication
University of California, Santa Cruz BA 1989, Women's Studies and Anthropology
1997-1999 Webmaster, ThriveOnline
1998 Live production and hosting of cybercast of the annual National Gay and Lesbian Health Association conference.
1996-1998 Producer, SoundBody, an 18-month on-line radio series on GLBT health issues.
1997 Sound Effects Producer, The Women and Cancer Project. Received Golden Reel Award.
1995-1997 News and Audio Producer, www.planetout.com
1995 Assistant Archivist, Stanford Department of Special Collections.
1994 Administrative Assistant, Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation
1991-present Radio Producer, KPFA Radio. Graduate of the KPFA apprenticeship program.