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Elizabeth Swift, Creator
role at Jolique is that of researcher, writer, illustrator and graphic
editor. Elizabeth received a B.A. in
Art History from the University of Virginia in 1990, and an M.A.
(2003) and a PhD (2007), both from the
American Studies Department at the University of New Mexico.
Her master's thesis, titled "Class, Consumption and the Collections
of Polo Ralph Lauren," explored class themes in Polo Ralph
Lauren's advertising and marketing in the 1980s and 1990s. Her dissertation,
"Class, Taste and Empire in Reagan's America," investigates
class attitudes within the broader scope of 80s national politics.
She is a member of the the American
Studies Association and the Organization
of American Historians.
Lee Anne Steer, Technical
Lee Anne grew up in Indiana and received
her BA in Speech & Hearing Sciences at Indiana University. After
several years in the health care Industry, she moved to Silicon
Valley to become the computer geek she always dreamed of being.
When Lee Anne isnít glued to
the computer screen, this little shutterbug can be found hiking
the many trails of the San Francisco Bay Area, exploring nature's
Roderick Swift, Technical
When things go technically awry at
Jolique, we bring in the big guns. Rod
received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Penn State in
1998 and knows a lot about, well, stuff that the rest of us at Jolique
don't. When he hears our panicked cries, he comes running, or in
this case, wakeboarding, to the rescue.
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