With more than 17 years of experience as an information analyst, technical writer, and instructional designer, Sheryl Starkey-Bulloch contributes a broad range of systems and writing experience. As department chair, instructor, and course writer for a Web-based bachelor’s degree program, she has written more than 30 online courses in information technology and psychology; in addition, she developed ancillary materials and reviewed textbooks for Pearson-Prentice Hall and McGraw Hill. Sheryl continues to serve as assistant examiner for International Baccalaureate, where she has assessed hundreds of college placement essays for technology students worldwide. In her role as a liaison between subject-matter experts and technology professionals, Sheryl quickly establishes a rapport with clients and students of all backgrounds and skill levels and takes pride in the ability to clearly communicate any content. As a consultant with Systems Techniques, Inc. and Cap Gemini America, Sheryl designed and developed health care data warehousing solutions; for Melita International, she created interfaces to various data stores and delivered training to call-center associates and technology staff. Sheryl holds a master’s in management information systems and a BS in economics from Auburn University.