Tatianna Wiegand‑Stuart

TatiannaWS@gmail.com(703) 258‑9378


  • Computer Languages: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, PHP, MySQL
  • Computer Programs:
    • Google Apps: Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Sites
    • Microsoft Office: Word, PowerPoint, Excel
    • Adobe Creative Suite: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver
    • Open source programs and applications


Conservation International

Web Production Coordinator

Feb 2013–Present

Crystal City, VA

Current Responsibilities:

  • Website Maintenance
    • Update existing pages or create new pages using Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and 2013 based on content needs
    • Maintain an inventory of all pages on Conservation.org, including those still in progress
    • Serve as a back up for basic site administration and programming tasks usually assigned to the IT division
  • SharePoint 2013 Training
    • Created and currently maintain an online training guide using Google Sites
    • Conduct individual and group training sessions tailored to the sections of Conservation.org being worked on
    • Provide technical web support for in-country communicators

Past Responsibilities:

  • Project Management: Website Redesign (Jan 2014–May 2014)
    • Organized and coordinated building phase of the most recent website overhaul
    • Tracked all content through the various stages of production
    • Delegated tasks to the relevant people to ensure on-time delivery of the redesigned website
  • Web Analytics (Feb 2013–Nov 2014)
    • Monitored and reported on basic traffic data to evaluate performance and prioritize areas of the website to focus on

Naval Air Systems Command

Student Trainee

Jul 2012–Feb 2013

Patuxent River, MD

NAVAIR 6.0 Logistics Website

  • Contributed design suggestions to make the site cleaner and more accessible, including sticky side navigation for long pages.
  • Reviewed and edited HTML code for semantic errors, best practices, and Section 508 compliance
  • Gained experience with coding backward compatible web sites that are funtional and aesthetic regardless of browser or operating system

Leave Without Pay (LWOP) status from October to December 2012 to complete BA at American University

American University – Graphic Design Department

Teacher’s Assistant – Introduction to Web Design

Jan 2012–May 2012

Washington, DC

  • Helped students with projects in and out of class
  • Debugged code, communicated best practices, and critiqued project designs


American University

BA International Studies

Dec 2012

Washington, DC