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  M. J. Huebener Raichyk, Ph.D.dectiri@earthlink.net 3505 Kyles Lane 513-278-3995 Mt Orab, OH 45154EDUCATION¥1961-1965 College of Mount St. Joseph¥B.A. in mathematics and science, Graduated Magna cum Laude¥1965-1970 University of Cincinnati¥M.A. and Ph.D. Outstanding Mathematics Graduate AwardCURRENT STATUS [  Retired, but failed to shut down ] ¥ Founding member of Dectiri Publishing Coop, 1995-Present Developing alternative mathematics and decision analytics curriculum, to encompass critical life skills as well as honoring a wide range of learning styles. Projects involve researching legal tactics and civil liberties, home construction and engineering, natural landscaping, alternative and vital medical energies. Identifying mathematics required for young adult application of decision analysis, project management, risk assessment, simulations & math modeling, Originally active in local homeschooling communities in administrative capacities, as well as presenting education research & resource workshop at teen/parent meetings and annual conference in summer 1999. Coaching Operations Management classes at Northern Kentucky University 1997-1998 Establishing the online presence for Dectiri and for the bloggers in the co-operative. Researching paper and electronic publishing, including industry presence, promoting, writing, editing and typesetting stages. ¥Alternate Energy Association, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1996-Present ¥Publicity Director and Co-Chair Built fax and email networks, expanding media coverage. Steering committee member. Organizing SIG, including presentation, "On the Road to an Underground House", for 1998. Promoting video coverage of locally evaluated alternate energy solutions. Developed membership through listserv concept, as well as designing pages for website. Developed local interest segments for "Strawbale Home for the Holidays" 2001. ¥Deer Rock Intentional Community, Faber, Virginia, 1995-1996 ¥Board Member, Treasurer Established Þnancial planning and income generating opportunities to match timing and resources to both community and member needs. Instrumental in developing Master Plan. Occasional facilitator for weekly and monthly meetings. Active in outreach programs for local acceptance and in support of membership. Researching alternative eco-village concepts, management by consensus, with presentation to conference, Sheltering Ourselves - Women«s Learning Exchange in October 1998 in Cincinnati ¥MeowRescue, Mount Orab, Ohio, 2012-Present ¥Treasurer, Uncook & Bottle Washer non-ICU, Etc Established Þnancial planning and income providing opportunities to match timing and resources to both dear 'patients' and worker needs. Instrumental in developing Master Plan, negotiations  with local veterinarians. Established hyperbaric oxygen tech (HBOT), organize Orthomolecular Medical staff training, implementing daily operations and co-ordinating with Director of Patient Care in the ICU EXPERIENCE HISTORY¥Federated Department Stores, Cincinnati, Ohio ¥Database Services Department ¥1988-1995 Manager, Database Services Built datalinks between Allied and Federated systems for transition phase of takeover so that on-going Þnancial processes were never interrupted either by major accounting conversions or by staff reductions.Developed ad hoc systems to enable management to meet bankruptcy court requirements for massive amounts of data under record time and evolving deÞnitions from Þling and claims management teams. Replaced troubled segments and extended capabilities of current Þnancial system enabling reduced staffs to turn data projects/publications around in substantively reduced timeframes. Improved access to company databases at divisions and home ofÞce. Built systems to support management«s continuing cost reduction efforts in the consolidation of accounting, accounts payable, and other functions. Expanded expense reporting and planning systems. Automated yearend in-transit and LIFO reporting. Built databases, checked data-integrity, and restructured existing data to generate histories for new mergers and re-orgs and to accommodate legal entity reporting for merged divisions. Rescued BeneÞts team as deadline approached so that the company avoided massive IRS penalties. The project involved the collection and analysis of millions of conßicting records from diverse sources, calculation of revised pension beneÞts and production of legal notiÞcation letters to thousands of employees. ¥Federated Department Stores Cincinnati, Ohio ¥Research Services Department 1987-1988 Director 1986-1987 Specialist 1984-1986 Senior Analyst 1983-1984 Analyst Supported a broad spectrum of research, planning and development activities and departments by implementing computer based mathematical models or statistical analyses, by consulting on mathematical or statistical questions, by extracting requested information from company data bases, and by testing related software and hardware. Initiated and developed computerized Þnancial planning package to aid divisions and improve time limits for Corporate analysts. Developed database for Open-to-Buy analyses to reduce lead-time preparation and improve turnaround. Models included STORYTIME, analyses of store remodels and acquisitions, and SIMON and SCAMP, for merchandise planning.  ¥American Druggists« Insurance Co., Cincinnati, Ohio ¥Information Resources Management Department ¥1982-1983 Micro Computer Analyst Developed reserving analysis system for major lines, statutory reporting calendars, inventory systems for collateral, agents, and GAAP offsets; systems to analyze end-of-month data for crosssection reporting, for accumulation of management data bases and for projection of year-end results; a merit system for data entry personnel; and a mailing label system. Implemented the corporate planning system and a variety of accounting projects. ¥Commercial Union Assurance Co., Toronto Ontario, Canada ¥Operations Research Department ¥1978-1982 Head of Operations Research ¥1976-1978 Statistician ¥1975-1976 Underwriting Analyst Developed and implemented NELLY, a computerized commercial Þre underwriting system with training capability. Projects included decision support systems for Personnel«s company mortgage problem, Claims« asbestosis litigation, and Marketing«s new product pricing. Mathematical models included ORACLE, to simulate the interaction between underwriting results and investment results; FORTUNES, stochastic models for investments; and REDINK, to simulate the impact on claim reporting patterns of major changes in portfolio size. Earlier Mathematical models included CRYSTALBALL for the interaction between growth and expense, and HOUDlNl to simulate changes in reserving practices. Responsible for computer modeling and decision support for major management decisions. Results were the subject of a special presentation to an international underwriting conference in London, England. Projects included quantiÞcation of risk levels in underwriting assessments and bid formulation on unusual accounts, decision analysis consulting, corporate planning reports, and monthly cross-sectional analysis and histories of underwriting results. Other projects included ratemaking programs, measurement of claims reserving adequacy and trends, portfolio size monitoring, underwriting audit analysis, claim frequency monitoring. ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE¥1972-1975 Mathematics Tutor, Erindale College, University of Toronto ¥Taught Statistics and Differential Equations ¥1970-1972 Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department ¥State University of New York, at Brockport ¥Taught undergraduate and graduate mathematics. ¥Purchasing Director for the Library Committee. ¥ Article published: PaciÞc Journal of Mathematics, vol. 43, no. 1, 1972  ¥ 1965-1966 Teaching Assistant, Math Department, University of Cincinnati ¥Taught math for business students¥Graduate Student Ombudsman, Math Department, 1967-1969
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