Amanda Tatter Kulik Compton

Amanda Tatter Kulik Compton______________
301 Cordova Street, Apt. #2
Juneau, Alaska 99801
Tel: 907·830·2850
Email: [email protected]
Compton Consulting
To work with individuals, organizations and local businesses to identify, pursue, develop and communicate
their vision.
Website Graphics, Design and HTML, University of Alaska Southeast, spring 2012
Writing for the Web, University of Alaska Southeast, spring 2012
Geographic Information Systems, University of Alaska Southeast, fall 2011
Immersion Journalism, The Creative Nonfiction Foundation, April-May 2011
Institute of the North
Yuit technology and communications company
News and Broadcast Journalist, KTOO/APRN Public Radio, Juneau/Anchorage, Alaska
June 2011—Present
 Produce radio stories for public broadcast, including news and human interest
 Conduct live interviews
Environmental Scientist, Shannon & Wilson, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska.
March 2008—Present
 Prepare technical reports including Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
 Conduct soil and groundwater sampling associated with petroleum hydrocarbon
 Analyze and perform Quality Assurance/Control review of chemical data reports
 Utilize Geographical Information System (GIS) software to input field data
 Primary field personnel for opacity monitoring of cruise ship smoke emissions in
Southeast Alaska
Amanda Tatter Kulik Compton [email protected]
Staff Writer, Capital City Weekly, Juneau, Alaska
January 2012—June 2013; ongoing contributions
 Researched and authored articles for Southeast Alaskan audience
 Reviewed and edited submissions from local and rural residents
 Designed newspaper layout; updated publication’s Facebook and blog with stories and
Food Critic, Anchorage Press, Anchorage, Alaska
October 2007—May 2011
 Creatively analyze culinary experiences and produce constructive critiques of dining
establishments in greater Anchorage area
Mudrooms founder and host
 Creative director of the monthly live storytelling event in Juneau, Alaska
 Perform event organization, logistics, and community outreach
 Built custom event website:
 Eight annual events, raising over $15,000 for local nonprofits to-date
 2014 recipient of Mayor’s Award for the Arts in Innovation
Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington, 2002.