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Jamey Stegmaier is the Director of Operations at a St. Louis-area campus church. His position combines written communication and human resources with product, project, and website design and process management, as well as fundraising and event planning. He is also the CEO of a  startup called TypeTribe, a website where writers can privately post their work to specific demographics (gender, age, literary activity, occupation, etc.) to receive feedback in a timely manner and start to build a loyal, invested fanbase–a tribe.

Various attributes:

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  • 4-year degree in International Business from Washington University in St. Louis
  • 4 years experience in publishing/project management
  • 2+ years experience in staff management and team leadership
  • above-average comprehension of Microsoft Office and technology in general
  • believes in his vision, but he’s open to other opinions
  • makes a mean garlic bread
  • has a fading comprehension of Japanese
  • 5’10”
  • runs a 4.7-s 40
  • IQ reduced to 63 when in the presence of his kitten, who is actually no longer a kitten, but a full-grown cat.

Jamey enjoys:

  • making things happen from behind the scenes
  • writing (fiction, nonfiction, blogs, proposals, newsletters…anything)
  • implementing structures that promote quantification
  • creating metrics: metrics for valuing employees, metrics for gauging project status, metrics for measuring success
  • overseeing projects from start to finish
  • complex Excel spreadsheets and Google Labs
  • design–web design (aesthetic, functionality, and usability) and product design
  • giving good service (I worked as a waiter for a few summers in college)
  • managing people by appreciating, motivating, and inspiring them.

Jamey co-coordinates the marketing initiatives for a local barbershop, Cutters & Co, including writing a monthly newsletter. Jamey has had two short stories published, including most recently “The Urban Parasite” in Reflection’s Edge. He also has an article, “Adopting Me: An Adopted Child Shares His Perspective,” published on Crosswalk.com.

Jamey also loves movies. A list of all of his movie reviews can be found here.

Jamey lives with his cat, Biddy.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Nancy permalink
    January 24, 2009 11:43 am

    When you say you make a mean garlic bread, do you mean you do a fantastic job taking it out of the wrapper, placing it on baking sheet, and putting it in the oven?

  2. Lynnel Miller permalink
    March 31, 2009 10:38 am

    Saw your adoption article on Crosswalk and read your humor blog. What a talented, funny guy. I, too, gave up a son for adoption in 1970. Have never had any contact with him or knowledge of how things turned out. I think I’m afraid to know…

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