Catherine Waldron is a web developer and content creator who enjoys building, expanding, updating, and repairing websites and web applications. She enjoys working as part of a team, and is also experienced at working independently within time and budget constraints.
- CSS / sass
- VS Code
In addition to courses, conferences, meetups, and podcasts, Catherine keeps her tech skills up-to-date by reading documentation, completing online tutorials, and working on side projects to experiment with front-end and back-end web development tools and techniques.
Catherine is now available for fulltime employment as a junior Drupal developer. Her goal is to increase and strengthen her Drupal developer skills, especially to contribute as a productive, reliable member of a high performing team, working on websites and web applications that are meaningful, accessible, and enjoyable for people of all abilities and backgrounds to use.
Since 2010 Catherine has been helping small businesses and nonprofits as a freelance web developer. Prior to 2010, Catherine worked in a variety of sales and marketing roles for technology companies, including Novell, then the leading provider of computer network and groupware products, and Unitrends, a provider of backup software and disaster recovery solutions.
Biographical Details, Interests, Hobbies
Prior to studying business and receiving her MBA, Catherine studied Russian at Yale and at the University of Texas at Austin. As a graduate student at UT Austin, she taught beginning Russian to undergraduates while also employed parttime as a disc jockey at a commercial country music station (KASE-FM).
Catherine lives in Haverhill, Massachusetts with her husband and older son. (A younger son is deceased). Catherine began martial arts training with her sons in 2006, and has achieved third dan black belt in taekwondo.
A member of All Saints Parish in Haverhill, Catherine serves as a Stephen Minister.
During her children's school years, Catherine was a leader of the Haverhill Special Education Parent Advisory Council. She continues to volunteer as a Special Education Surrogate Parent (SESP).