Sean Moran

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Lecturer

Washington International School Washington, DC

  • Director of Information Services Spring 2012-Present
  • Direct the activities of the technology department and libraries of the 900 student, 2 campus K-12 school.
  • Duties include maintaining the physical technology infrastructure, overseeing the academic use of technology by faculty and students, and leading the library staff in their effort to create 21st Century library spaces.

Washington International School Washington, DC

  • Theater & Media Coordinator Spring 2008 - Spring 2012
  • Manage theater and media resources. Support technology initiatives, including digital storytelling, SMART Board training, the Global Issues Film Festival, the adoption of Moodle, Google Apps, and the transition from Windows to Mac. Teach Multimedia, Digital Journalism, and Film.

Montgomery College Takoma Park, MD

Adjunct Professor, EN102 (Composition) & EN218 (Creative Writing) Fall 2007 - Summer 2008
ENI 02 is the second-semester class focused on effective writing, information literacy, and argumentation. EN218 is a foundation course in the forms and techniques of short story writing. Special attention is given to point of view, plot, characterization, setting, and atmosphere in standard and experimental modes in the pursuit of establishing each student's style and expression.

F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Conference Rockville, MD

Workshop Leader (Fiction & Poetry) 2007, 2008
Led a creative writing workshop for outstanding high school scholars selected by the Montgomery County Public Schools. The workshop is part of the Conference's outreach effort to promote literacy and literature in the community.

Gival Press Arlington, VA

Editor-At-Large 2007-Present
Read and evaluate submissions for publication by Gival Press. Copyedit manuscripts as needed.

Potomac Review Rockville, MD

Associate Editor 2007-Present
Read and evaluate prose submissions for inclusion in the Potomac Review as part of the magazine's Board of Associate Editors. Assist in the production phase of the publishing cycle as needed.

Discovery Communications, LLC. Silver Spring, MD

Supervising Manager, Facility Operations 2007-2008
Supervised the activities and personnel of the Staffing & Logistics, Scheduling, Post Administration, and Graphics Playback Administration departments for Discovery's fifty-six suite Production Center. Responsible for staffing, scheduling, and providing support for over sixty post production sessions each day.

 

Education

Queens University of Charlotte, M.F.A. in Creative Writing
The George Washington University, B.A. Radio/Television, Creative Writing minor