59 Campbell Court #304 Stratford Ontario N5A 7P9
(519)342-6432 debbo@debbo.org



2000 - 2005

University of Toronto

  • hBA - Specialist in Celtic Studies
  • graduated June 2005.
  • cumulative GPA of 2.96.
1995 - 2000

Lockerby Composite School

  • “Viking Scholar” (honour roll 70%+) for every year in attendance.
  • recipient of the Music Award and Hezelmere Fund at graduation.
  • Pascal medal (1994) and certificate (1995), and Descartes certificate (1996) winner.
  • member of the band, Yearbook, and Reach for the Top team.
  • completed certification in STEP (Science and Technology Education Program).

Work Experience

2005 - 2006


  • Customer & Technical Support
  • provide technical and customer assistance for Web hosting company.
  • responsible for providing prompt, polite, clear answers to client questions.
  • includes monitoring of Live Support application and guiding customers through solutions.
  • self-directed: must manage time wisely and come up with own solutions.

Online Experience

1999 - current

Web Design

  • almost six years of web design experience.
  • some experience with JavaScript and familiarity with use of MySQL DBs.
  • knowledgeable in HTML and CSS design.
  • familiarity with a number of hosts, both paid and free.
  • experience with FTP, SFTP, and telnet/SSH.
  • designs done in raw HTML, and/or HTML editors; some experience with FrontPage.
  • versed in both Windows and OS X working environments; limited Unix and xWindow (X11) familiarity.
  • knowledge of all leading browsers: IE, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Mozilla, Camino
2000 - current


  • interactive online roleplaying experience.
  • staffing experience since 2001, including assisting players, reviewing applications, problem-solving, game promotion, etc.
  • in 2004 created own game from scratch and has been head of it since.
  • experience with “soft-code”.
  • maintenance involves a working familiarity with remote telnet.

Volunteer Experience

1996 - 1998

Camp Manitou

  • three consecutive summers spent as a camp counselor for girls ages 8-11.
  • responsible for around-the-clock supervision of cabin (six girls) with a co-counselor, as well as overseeing daily activity groups.
  • helped instruct canoeing, archery, sports, games, arts and crafts.
1989 - 2000

Girl Guides of Canada

  • eleven consecutive years with the Girl Guides of Canada, completing Brownie, Girl Guide, Pathfinder, and Ranger programs.
  • recipient of the Canada Cord.
  • experience in tenting; camp activities; organizing and running a weekend-long camp; campfire activities, songs and safety; first aid and wilderness survival.
  • three years volunteering as a helper with a Pathfinder unit (girls aged 12-15) while concurrently completing the Ranger program.


  • French taken throughout high school to a passable level of communication.
  • Irish, Scots Gaelic, and Old Irish taken at the university level for 1-3 years each.
  • fully certified in CPR and First Aid from St. John's Ambulance.
  • camp counselor, baby-sitting, and nanny positions welcome.


  • available upon request.