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Max Lent

812 Coventry Drive
Webster, New York, United States


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Employment history

Internet/Intranet Consultant. Provide management, technical, instructional, and customer services in the areas of information technology, Intranet and Internet development, Web publishing, and content development. Provide customer relationship, e-commerce, and e-marketing consulting.
1997-2000 Senior Network Computing Analyst. Frontier Communications and Global Crossing. Strategic mission: build a corporate intranet and demystify Web publishing and promote it to business units. Grew Intranet from less than a dozen Web sites to more than 7 Gigs of business critical information published by more than 400 Web publishers on over 1,100 Web sites over three years.. Grew a team of one person to nine. Our most significant challenges were our success and working with limited resources.
Participated in community service activities including chairing the Information Technology portion of Take Our Daughters To Work Day, created the first user groups, and participated in numerous other similar events. Developed and maintains
1996-97 Web site content developer. Max Lent Communications.
1994-95 Authored Government Online, an annotated directory of Federal, state, and local government online services, published by HarperCollins Publishers in August of 1995.
1982-94 Consultant, writer, and instructor in the areas of computer technology, photography, video, desktop publishing, telecommunications, and advertising.
1969-81 Research Associate, University of California at Los Angeles, School of Public Health, Division of Epidemiology, Los Angeles, CA 90024. Duties included bio-medical research, medical research laboratory management, training, photography, transmission electron micrography, scanning electron micrography, light micrography and electronic information retrieval. Additional activities included being a team member of an arbovirology expedition to southwestern Mexico to collect samples of Venezuelan Equine Encephalitus virus for research.

1968-69 Lab Assistant, University of California at Los Angeles, Dept. of Sub-Atomic Particle Physics. Los Angeles, CA 90024. Duties included tracing paths of sub atomic particles passing through a hydrogen ion cloud chamber.
1967 Lab Assistant, University of California at Los Angles, Dept. of Zoology. Los Angeles, CA 90024. Duties included research on chromic adaptation of juvenile Western Fence Lizards to colored substrates and leading an expedition to the Cape Region of Baja California to collect lizards for research
Professional activities

2000-2001 Regional Coordinator for Fast Company’s Company of Friends.
1999 Director of the Take Our Daughters To Work Day event at Global Crossing.
1988-1990 President of National Public Data. A non-profit educational corporation involved in the public dissemination of electronically-stored information.
1987-88 President of Computer Access. A non-profit organization, which provided public access to computer resources.
1974 Founding member, Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies. A non-profit photographic arts oriented educational institution.
Professional Conferences

2000 Intranets 2000
2000 Microsoft Windows 2000 Conference
1999 KMWorld 99
1998 Seybold Conference, Boston, MA
Post Academic Education
Adobe Illustrator 8 - New Horizons Computer Learning
FrontPage 97 Advanced – Ziff Davis
FrontPage 97 Introductory – Ziff Davis
Riverside City College - biology
UCLA - photography
Teaching Credential

California Community College teaching credential #166175. Subject area: Art and Design, including photography.
Teaching experience

1985-90 Community Darkroom, Rochester, NY. View camera techniques, self promotion, and advanced projects courses.
1984-87 Rochester Museum and Science Center, Rochester, NY. Classes and workshops on color nature photography, color landscape photography, black and white landscape photography, introduction to video production.
1969-1973 UCLA School of Public Health, West L.A., CA. Taught non-credit classes in scientific photography to researchers and medical students.
1969-1973 Taught art photography workshops at my studio and classes in visual literacy at the UCLA Experimental College.


1987 Videographer. Greater Rochester Cablevision, Rochester, NY.
1983 Video equipment operator. People’s Cable Company (now GRC), East Rochester, NY.

Cooking, reading, international travel, hiking, bicycling, canoeing, ballroom dance
Publications and awards
See attached list

Interests: Web, Internet, Online Communities, Internet Culture, Videoconferencing, Instant messaging, Travel, Adventure Travel, International Travel, Travel Industry, Food, ethnic foods, Photography, Digital Photography, Teaching, Consumerism, VOIP, WiFi,

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes


Published works:


  • Governemt Online
  • Photography Galleries and Selected Museums