Jocelyne's been digitally
addicted since 1983 when she programmed her first BASIC code game
on a Commodore
64 home computer. She's been providing digital creations, training
and consulting services since 1999.
Jocelyne is an alumni of San Diego State University, graduating
from The School of Communication specializing in New Media Studies.
She is also a graduate of Ventura College, with degrees in Liberal
Arts and Criminal Justice.
Her diverse career background includes working as a Victim Advocate
for the District Attorney of Ventura County, California State Manager
for New York based Voter News Service and as Technology Center Director
for the Boys and Girls Club.
Jocelyne has also worked as On-Air DJ, Talk Show Host and Web Designer
for several radio stations in Southern California. She was the KHAY
radio "Computer Diva," providing computer troubleshooting
tips to live callers on Matt Michaels' Santa Fe Cafe radio show.
Her on-air delivery ranges from Hot AC Countdown Show DJ to NPR
Her New Media philosophy is based off the belief that professionals
working in the media and technology industries have a responsibility
in helping to bridge the gap of the digital divide by spreading
knowlege and highlighting avenues toward accessible higher education
and technology. She's been asked to share her story with students
at San Diego State University, California Lutheran University, and
Buena High School as well as at the United Way Young Leaders Society's
2011 Youth Summit at Oxnard College. Since 2000 she's served as
a mentor and staff member at the Associated Press Radio and TV Association's
Bootcamp for Aspiring Journalists.
Jocelyne lives in Thousand Oaks, CA with her pack of ex-shelter
dogs: Banjo, Petey and Tony. She loves to blog for her hometown