Katie Sullivan
Richmond, Virginia

Adjunct Teacing Experience

J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College
2010 – Present
Courses Developed and Taught: 
 – Introduction to Sociology (on campus and online)
 – S
ociology of Gender (online)
 – Anthropology (online)
 – Sociologyof the Family (online)

South University
2013 – Present
Courses Developed and Taught:
 – Introduction to Sociology (on campus) 

John Tyler Community College
2006 – 2016
Courses Developed and Taught:
 – Introduction to Sociology (on campus, hybrid)
 – Social Problems (online)
 – Sociology of Gender (online)
 – Sociology of the Family (online)

Klamath Community College, Klamath, Oregon
2013 – 2015
Courses Developed and Taught:
 – Introductory Sociology (online)
– Social Problems (online)
 – Death and Dying (online)

Columbia Gorge Community College, The Dalles, Oregon
2000 – 2014
Adjunct Faculty, Sociology and Computer Information Systems
Courses Developed and Taught:
 – Introduction to Sociology I (online)
 – Introduction to Sociology II (online)
 – Social Problems (online)
 – Introductory Computer Science series (online)

Clackamas Community College, Clackamas, Oregon
1998 – 2002
Adjunct Faculty, Computer Science
 – Courses Developed and Taught:
 – Website design and HTML (on campus)
 – Introduction to Computers (on campus)
 – Computer Applications, including advanced Word and Excel (on camups)

Teaching-Related Skills and Certifications
Quality Matters
Certified since 2012. I spent many years as a Higher Education Peer Reviewer and have had multiple classes reviewed, each passing on the first review.

LMS Knowledge
Blackboard, Moodle, Brightspace, Respondus
I have taught classes in Blackboard for online faculty
I maintain a Moodle server at home for SOL review classes

Computer Skills
Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Docs, Google Sheets
Dreamweaver, Photoshop


Other Professional Experience
Office of Chief Medical Examiner, City of New York
2001 – 2005
Assistant Director, World Trade Center Operations
Manage operations of the World Trade Center Incident Command Center for the Medical Examiner’s office. Supervise medico-legal investigators making identifications of World Trade Center victims and oversee interactions with families. Liaison with individual WTC families as well as family group representatives. Coordinate operations and advocate for families within OCME (Forensic Biology, Legal) and external agencies involved in the World Trade Center disaster. Schedule adequate staffing and coordinate programming needs with IT staff.

Community Service

Foster Parent, City of Richmond (currently inactive)
My husband and I worked as foster parents and adopted our daughter Imogen through the foster care system. She’s now ten and is finishing the fourth grade at Westover Hills Elementary School.

ALS Society, Richmond, Virginia
Helped people with ALS install and use adaptive technology such as mice that use eye movement for tracking.

Trauma Intervention Program, Portland Oregon
Worked as a citizen volunteer responding to emergencies to provide emotional support for victims and their families.

DMORT, Portland, Oregon
Defense Mortuary Operational Response Team
Signed on to be a computer support specialist for DMORT, a federal disaster team in 2000. Was deployed to New York City (Office of Chief Medical Examiner) two weeks after 9/11. 2002 Volunteer of the Year