Webmaster

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Webmaster

An employee or independent contractor who manages the website of a company or organization. This may involve managing content, such as editing and updating information, or it may involve more technical aspects, such as coding.
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The notion of donating dollars raised via fan events seemed like a simple enough gesture for Sword & Staff Webmistress and Xena fan Debbie Cassetta.
She later merged her practice with Schwartz Cohen, becoming a partner and the site's "Webmistress." Since then the site has grown and continues to undergo frequent changes in both its useful data and "lighter side."
Sandy, an award-winning journalist, photographer, desktop publisher, and Web designer has been the Townsend Letter Webmistress since 2002.
Unique features include a page on breast cancer, with facts and statistics about issues for large women of color; a "get moving" page linking to a news article on the "fat and fit" debate; a book discussion group ("loving our shapes in life and literature"); "Big Girl Sistaz," an online group "for plus-size African-American women"; and a section for original writing by the webmistress and others.
Every search committee hopes that each new applicant will be a Webmistress or Webmaster highly trained by a library school, but that may be too much to ask.