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Phoebe Hophoebe@cs.stanford.edu http://www-cs-students.stanford.edu/~phoebe
1535 Valley Crest Dr.
San Jose, CA 95131
Education:1994-1998 Stanford University Palo Alto, CA Conferral: September 1998 with a BS in computer science.
Computer Languages:Extensive knowledge in C Proficient in C++ and Java Knowledge of LISP, HTML, OpenGL Exposure to Pascal, ML, SQL, Visual Basic Computer Environments: Extensive work in MacOS and Windows environments Proficient in Unix (Emacs, Pico) Programming experience in Think C, Metrowerks Codewarrior, gcc/gdb Internet Knowledge Telnet, FTP (Fetch), Netscape, Internet Explorer, Lynx, e-mail
Foreign Languages:Knowledge of French and Chinese (Mandarin)
Work experience:1996-1998 RITS Stanford, CA Computer Consultant Oversee two main computer clusters on campus serving as a consultant to users who are having difficulty with software or hardware. Serve as an advisor to people who call in with various concerns involving Internet connection difficulties, application mishaps, and hardware problems. Member of the selective system support team that is in charge of recognizing system or hardware malfunctions and initiate steps to fix the problems. 1996 Nanospace, Inc. Palo Alto, CA Intern Represented the company in Internet solutions for large corporations to consulting and advising Internet cafes. 1994-1996 Walt Disney Co. Anaheim, CA Pageant Helper Brightened the lives of thousands by impersonating Disney characters such as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. Greeted guests, took pictures with visitors, signed autographs, and appeared in some live broadcasts and photo shoots.
Organizational experience:1994-present Viennese Ball Committee Involvement 1997-present Head Coordinator. Supervise all the subcommittees and delegate tasks to over sixty committee members. Lead the Ball to an off-campus site for the first time in twenty-one years. Closely detail specifics to accommodate over one thousand guests in this popular black-tie event. Manage different orchestra and band groups as well as oversee the decorations to reproduce a nineteenth century ball in Vienna. 1995-1997 Publicity chairperson. Sold tickets through lottery and sleep-out, distributed flyers and posters, organized the logo contest, created T-shirts and wineglasses, and aided the other chairmen in organizing a problem-free Ball. Introduced a new technology-based publication of the Ball in the form of an electronic mailing list and a Web page. http://www-leland.stanford.edu/group/viennese 1994-1995 Publicity committee member in charge of distribution. 1994-1997 "Gang of 13" member The "Gang of 13" is a set of committee chairs that are responsible for organizing and planning all the aspects of the ballroom dance events on campus. Participated in leading publicity or decorations related committees.
Interests and activities:Ballroom dancing, swimming, church activities, coordinating group events
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