Staff

The Center of Distributed Learning is staffed by an interdisciplinary team of professionals with training and experience in education, design, media production, and programming.

We collaborate with a national network of experts who provide resources as necessary to support our projects.



Marie Andrews

Marie Andrews, Office Coordinator

Marie brings years of management experience to the CDL.

As the Office Coordinator she is responsible for accounting and the higher-end fiscal management functions. She prepares financial analysis for the CDL and our projects, and serves as liaison to outside agencies and entities related to the program. She also edits user documentation, performs usability tests and QA.



Susan Baur

Susan Baur, Operations Systems Analyst

Susan is responsible for making sure all of the CDL's computers are functional and secure. She brings 10 years of helpdesk and user support experience to the CDL and has experience in both corporate and academic settings.

Susan graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor's in Geology in 1991. She is active in NCMUG, the local Mac user group, NBLUG, the local Linux user group as well as being a co-founder of SoCoSA, a group for Sonoma County System Administrators.



Kristin Boice

Kristin Boice, Webmaster/Information Architect

With many years of experience in web and graphic design, Kristin develops and implements websites for the CDL.

Her interests include information and interface design, usability and accessibility.

Kristin has a B.A. in Anthropology and Art from UC Davis, and a Master's Degree in Library and Information Science with a concentration in Web Design and Technology from San Jose State University.



Eric Cheng

Eric Cheng, Senior Web Designer

Eric has many years of experience with web design and development, program management, and interface designing, plus a Masters of Art – Multimedia. Eric’s expertise guides many CDL projects.  

Eric is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Artists.



Marty Molidor

Marty Molidor, Software Engineer

Marty brings more than 20 years of application software development in a corporate environment to the CDL. He currently uses the Java programming language to develop CDL projects.

Marty graduated Summa Cum Laude, with a major in History, from UCLA in 1974. He worked as an application programmer for Bank of America from 1978 through 2000. In 2001 he worked for a commercial internet software firm for six months before being hired by the CDL.