Jackie Treiber

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Affiliation: ICANNWiki
Country: USA
Email: jackie[at]icannwiki.com
Website:

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ICANNWiki Staff Member.


Jackie is the Co-Executive Director of ICANNWiki. She is based in Portland, OR.

Jackie is also a writer and has had her work featured in a handful of literary publications.[1]

Career History

ICANNWIki (2015+)

As the Co-Executive Director of ICANNWiki, Jackie works closely with Dustin Phillips, fellow graphic designer and editor, Vivian Hua as well as site director Raymond King to create and edit content for the site. She also attends all ICANN meetings in order to maintain and strengthen relationships with ICANN community members and bolster contributions to ICANNWiki site via outreach events such as the ICANNWiki Edit-a-thon and ICANNWiki Ambassador Program.

Flashgiovani (2012)

Flashgiovani is a special project of the municipality of Bologna, Italy. As a writer at Flashgiovani, Jackie crafted creative and informative articles [2] pertaining to life abroad from a personal perspective. She also translated Italian articles into English for the benefit of visiting English speakers.

The Portland Review (2010-2011)

The Portland Review has published poetry, fiction and critical reviews since 1956. As Editor-in-Chief of The Portland Review, Jackie solicited work from renowned and beginning writers and artists on a quarterly basis. She also initiated outreach events such as author readings and small one-off prints of select writers.

Education

Jackie received a B.A. from Portland State University in 2014, where she majored in Literature and Creative Writing.

References

  1. Jacqueline Treiber's Website. Retrieved 15 Sept 2016.
  2. From Portland to Bologna with Love From Flashgiovani.it. Retrieved 04 February 2015.