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Jeani Reagan
21 Clear Brook Crossing,
Kennebunk ME 04043,
(207) 985-9747

Professional Profile

Includes a high level of self-management as well as an innovative approach to problem solving. Excellent communication, interpersonal skills and computer skills accomplish this. I am able to develop ideas into workable plans and motivate team participation.

Computer Skills

Platforms: Mac and PC
Operating Systems: Microsoft 95, 98 ,2000, XP, Vista, Mac OS 8, 9 & 10
Basic Understanding of: TCP/IP, DNS, DHCP servers, VPN, LAN and WAN Hardware:
Software: Blackboard, WebCT, Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, TurningPoint, digital photography, Web Pages, iMovie, Final Cut, CS3 Suite Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat Professional, Dreamweaver, Respondus, Online Assessments, iMovie, iPhoto,
First Class, Novell, Google Apps, knowledge of Excel, Access, HTML, Java Script, Visual Basic,
Social Networking: Facebook, Twitter
Media: Video taping and Photography experience
Built an: ATX motherboard and replaced NIC, video, sound and modem cards, upgrade RAM.knowledge of NT4 and 2000 ( workstation and server)


B.A. in Communications, University of New England, anticipated 2011

AAS degree in Computer Applications Technology at York County Community College,
3.658/4.0 G.P.A. - Dean’s List, Graduated with honors, Phi Theta Kappa

Community College of Philadelphia - 12 credits

Temple University - 3 credits


Technology Integration Manager/Consultant - (May 2008 - Present), College of Osteopathic Medicine; University of New England

WebCT Specialist, (August 2006 - June 2008), College of Osteopathic Medicine; University of New England

Technology Integrator, Educational Tech II , (2001 - August 2006), MSAD # 57 Waterboro

Substitute Teacher/Secretary, (1992 - 2001), MSAD # 71 Kennebunk, Maine

Internship, (Jan. 2001 - May 2001), Network Manager for MSAD 71

Real Estate Sales Associate, (1987 - 1991), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, McGlaughlin Real Estate


Selected Presentations

STFM Conference in 2008
India Broyles Ed.D. (COM), Evelyn Schwalenberg D.O. (COM), Benjamin Boh (MS2 COM), and Jeani Reagan (COM) showcased the work of COM students and faculty at the Biddeford Free Clinic through a poster and a paper presentation - SugarBusters, Better Breathers and More: Medical Students Bring Family Medicine to a Community Free Clinic - at the annual conference of the Society of Teachers in Family Medicine in Portland Oregon, Jan. 25-27, 2008

STFM Conference in 2009
India Broyles, Ed.D., Jeani Reagan, Technology Integration Manager, Tyler Raymond, MSII, and Evelyn Schwalenberg, D.O. '93, attended the 2009 Pre-Doctoral Conference of the Society for Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) in Savannah, Georgia, January 22-25). Dr. Broyles, Jeani Reagan and Tyler Raymond made a presentation titled "Students2: Collaborative Learning" that described the UNECOM Blackboard websites that were developed for each class as an important system for student collaborative learning and improved educational climate. Survey data show that the sites are considered essential tools for learning in the first two years and that students hope to use the discussion boards to stay connected and to share discipline-specific learning tools during third-year clerkship rotations. The presentation is available at the FDMLR Library http://fmdrl.org/ using the title search.

Publications/Photo Submissions

Contribute photos for many COM events as well as the COMmunicator newsletter, which is, published monthly, August-May, by staff in the COM Office of Recruitment, Student and Alumni Services.

Nor'easter article printed in Fall 2009

Technology Projects