Shauna Gordon-McKeon

Friday, March 6, 2015 | comments

Organizer, programmer, writer
Current
  1. OpenHatch
Previous
  1. Nokia
  2. MIT Media Lab
  3. Harvard University
Education
  1. Hampshire College

Sauna Says "I'm a freelancer with a range of skills and experiences. I primarily work in the areas of technology, scientific research, and data analysis, but I also sometimes work as a community organizer, teacher, and writer. I'm always on the lookout for part time and/or temporary work, so if you need a contractor with good organizational and communications skills, an analytic mind, and a creative spirit, then I'm your girl."

Program Director

OpenHatch
 – Present (2 years 3 months)
I primarily coordinate 'Open Source Comes to Campus', an event series introducing college students to free software. I am also responsible for improving the accessibility of our materials and further development of our bug collecting process. I write regular blog posts for the OpenHatch website.




Geographical Researcher

Nokia
 –  (2 years 1 month)




Project Manager

MIT Media Lab
 –  (1 year)
I organized, processed and documented a large, previously collected raw data set. Processing involved over twenty separate steps and the use of shell scripting, C#, and Python.




User Interface Developer, SEAS

Harvard University
 –  (5 months)
I developed a graphical user interface (GUI) for a laser engineering lab at Harvard University to smoothly coordinate multiple pieces of equipment and to ensure accurate and consistent recording of data. I worked primarily in Matlab.




Instructor

Summer Institute for the Gifted
 –  (3 years 3 months)
I designed curricula and developed activities for daily classes in various subject areas including debate, mock trial, psychology, and biology for children ages 8-16.




Lab Manager

Harvard University
 –  (1 year 7 months)
I oversaw the design, implemenation, analysis and presentation of multiple experiments as well as the functioning of the Moral Cognition Lab as a whole. Responsibilities included: designing and running studies; programming stimuli using Matlab, E*Prime, and HTML/CSS/Javascript; data processing and analysis using Matlab, SPM, JMP, and Excel; organizing lab meetings; running the undergraduate volunteer program; liaising with multiple collaborating labs; recruiting and screening participants; managing the lab payment system; and maintaining the lab website.




Junior Specialist

UC Davis
 –  (10 months)Sacramento, California Area
I assisted with research into emotion processing in people diagnosed with schizophrenia and substance abuse disorders. Responsibilities included recruiting and screening participants, performing structured clinical interviews with healthy control participants, collecting and analysing neuroimaging, physiological, and behavioral data (using Matlab, SPM, E*Prime, SPSS and Excel), and managing financial and review board-related interactions and materials.

Projects





Open Government Boston(Link)

 – Present
I have been organizing government transparency and civic technology meetups in the Boston area for the past two years. We have had approximately thirty meetups and our group now contains over a hundred members.




Open Science Collaboration

I maintain and write for the Open Science Collaboration's blog. I am also the content manager for posts related to statistics and methods. 
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