Curriculum Vitae

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MARK ANDRE ALEXANDER
(née Mark Andre Little to 1992)
Breeze Productions
P.O. Box 620008, Woodside, CA 94062
www.breezepro.com
w 650.365.1133 c 650.759.1271
mark@sourcetext.com

ACADEMIC PREPARATION

B.A. in English, California State University, Sacramento, 1985

       Concentrations: Rhetoric, Shakespeare, Teaching Freshman Composition
       Senior Editor, The Troubadour Literary Magazine
       Advisor: David Bell

No Degree, American River College, Sacramento, CA, 1977-1982

       Concentrations: Computer Programming (Assembly Language, COBOL, RPG III)

Facilitator Training, The Pacific Institute, Seattle, WA, 1992

       Investment in Excellence for the ‘90s

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Vice-President, Breeze Productions, 1995 to present
        Consultant, Technical Writer, Presentations Developer, Videographer
        Major clients: Hewlett Packard, PeopleSoft, Sun Microsystems, Ariba, Cisco, Crossworlds, SeeCommerce, SABA Software, Immersion Software, Garnett & Helfrich Capital, American Film Institute, AudioVisual Headquarters (AVHQ), Stedman Graham & Associates, Lam Research.

Shakespeare Lecturer, 1999 to present
        The Shakespeare Fellowship Conference: “A Critical Analysis of Monstrous Adversary” (2003, Carmel, CA)
        The Edward De Vere Studies Conference: “25 Curious Connections Between Shakespeare and Oxford” (2002, Portland, OR)
        Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University: “Shakespeare’s Knowledge of Law” (2001, Cambridge, MA)
        Mechanics’ Institute Library: “Shakespeare’s Law” (2000, San Francisco, CA)
        The Shakespeare Oxford Society Conference: “Shakespeare, Sir George Greenwood, and the Law” (1999, Newton, MA)

Corporate Training Consultant, 2003
Lam Research, Fremont, CA
Courses: Global Process Engineer Development Program

Corporate Trainer, 1994
Intel Corporation, Roseville, CA
Courses: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Education Trainer, 1992
California Commission on P.O.S.T. (Police Officers Standards and Training)
Cal Poly Pomona
Courses: Executive-Level Writing Skills

Education Trainer, 1992
MTI Business College, Sacramento, CA
Courses: Investment in Excellence in the ‘90s
Trained facilitator for The Pacific Institute, Seattle, WA

Teacher, 1991-1992
Lincoln Law School, Sacramento, CA
Courses: Legal Writing

Teacher, 1988-1992
MTI Business College, Sacramento, CA
Courses: Business English, Business Writing, Career Preparation

Teaching Assistant, 1987-1988
California State University, Sacramento
Courses: Freshman Composition

PUBLICATIONS

        Alexander, Mark. (2001), Shakespeare’s Knowledge of Law: A Journey through the History of the Arguments (peer-reviewed article). The Oxfordian, IV, 59-102.
        Alexander, Mark. (Aug/Sept 2000) How to catch Eyes at NAB. Exhibit Builder Magazine.
        Alexander, Mark. (Winter 2000), Shakespeare’s “Bad” Law.  Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter.
        Alexander, Mark. (Aug/Sept 1999), Sony Conquers the Show: Playstation Towers Above the Competition. Trade Show & Exhibit Manager.
        Alexander, Mark. (Nov/Dec 1998) Upping the Ante in Las Vegas. Exhibit Builder Magazine.
        Little, Mark, ed. (1986), The Troubadour (CSUS Literary Magazine).
        Little, Mark. (1983), At the Core (monthly column). Micro-Times.
        Little, Mark. (Feb 1982), Comin’ Up Short. Fourwheeler Magazine.
        Little, Mark. (Dec 1980), Securing Your Computer. inCider Magazine.

WORKS IN PREPARATION

        Alexander, Mark and Chouet, Bernard. Fire and Ice: Real-Life Adventures of a Volcanologist (biography).
        Alexander, Mark. Piano Pieces (CD of original piano music).

WEBSITES

        The Underground Grammarian. www.sourcetext.com/grammarian/
        The Shakespeare Law Library. www.sourcetext.com/lawlibrary/
        The Shakespeare Authorship Sourcebook. www.sourcetext.com/sourcebook/
        Breeze Productions. www.breezepro.com/

WORKSHOPS

        The Spiritual Power of Music (4-hour multimedia presentation) 1993 to 2000
Minneapolis, MN; Montreal, Canada; Los Angeles, CA; Palo Alto, CA; Laguna Beach, CA; Sacramento, CA.
        The Ecstatic Poetry of Rumi (2-hour writers workshop) 1997 to present
Orlando, FL; Anaheim, CA; Montreal, Canada: Minneapolis, MN; San Francisco, CA; San Diego, CA.
        The Rhetoric of Shakespeare (2-hour writers workshop) 1995
Anaheim, CA.

OTHER INTERESTS

        Classical Music and Piano
        Greek and Roman Literature in Translation
        Literary Films and British Mysteries
        Philosophy and Religion

REFERENCES

Lori Bush
SABA Software, Redwood Shores, CA
650.581.2515

David Elliott, Vice-President Operations
SouthPacificImage, Riverside, CA
949.462.3100

Laura Erkeneff, Senior Organizational Development Manager
Lam Research, Fremont, CA
510.572.2107

Kelly Richards, President
Brainstorm Marketing, Cupertino, CA
408.257.6155