Douglas Mark Johnson

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6200 Vista del Mar
Apt. 105
Playa del Rey, CA 90293

home:  (310) 745-2648
mobile: (310) 200-2058

Through strong in technical and business analysis, my top skills are in managing people and teams, including in non-direct-report and consensus-driven situations. I seek to use these skills with either a product management or operations team tasked with developing and delivering key company goals and projects, preferably with a web or software element to them.


Sourcemine, Los Angeles, CA.
Senior Manager, Client Implementation, 11/00 – 7/01.
A startup software company.
Plan and manage software all client software implementations.
Plan training, develop training materials, and train client employees.
Generate deal flow and strategic partners for the Campus.
Write and develop agreement on Market Requirements Document for Sourcemine software.
Manage Sourcemine software Functional Requirements process and review document.
Plan and conduct product demonstrations for investors and potential customers.
Reason for leaving: Company went out of business.
Digital Media Campus, Los Angeles, CA.
Director of Strategy and Business Development, 7/00 – 9/00.
An incubator for entertainment on the Internet companies.
Review business plans of companies seeking financing.
Develop business plans and launch stages for internally generated companies.
Generate deal flow and strategic partners for the Campus.
Reason for leaving: Company layoffs (company is now down to a skeleton staff).
marchFIRST, New York, NY.
Associate Project Manager, 9/99 – 6/00.
A web strategy and development consulting firm. Formerly known as USWeb/CKS.
Day to day manager on seven-figure Internet project for major music and entertainment company.
Manage client relationship, write requirements, develop specifications, and manage 18-member team on 8-month strategy, creative, and systems integration project.
Reason for leaving: Fiancé transferred to Los Angeles.

During MBA

EMI Music Distribution, Los Angeles, CA.
Internet Business Development Consultant, 2/99 – 7/99, part-time.
Assess competitors' work on internet-based music distribution projects.
Research technical and business development issues for extranet project and manage beta test.
California Golf Schools, Los Angeles, CA.
Internet Marketing Consultant, 10/98 – 3/99, part-time MBA field study.
Develop internet marketing strategy and internet-driven growth plan.
Analyze marketing efforts, competitors' online presence, and customers' web use.
Netscape Communications, Mountain View, CA.
Marketing Programs Associate. 6/98 – 9/98, full-time summer program.
Assisted with design & launch of "Dividends" Co-Marketing program for Netscape's developer partners.
Led a cross-functional team effort to extend "Dividends" to OEM Partners, including creating new Co-Marketing programs, new intranet site, and communications plan.


House System Administrators Association (HSAA), Washington, DC
President. 3/95-7/97, part-time role in addition to working for Rep. Horn.
Led 200-member professional organization that advised and trained Congressional office staff on threats, opportunities, and implementation of online strategies.
Member of Management Committee for planning, testing and rollout of 8,000-user email system.
U.S. Representative Stephen Horn, Washington, DC
Legislative Director and System Manager. 6/93 – 7/97.
Personally created office intranet that shortened training times, improved efficiency, improved morale, and reduced constituent request processing from two weeks to four hours.
Designed, set up, and managed Representative Horn's internet web site.
Developed message, plan, segmenting, competitor analysis, and tactics, for Representative's legislative strategy.
Trained and supported staff in legislative and computer skills.
Coro Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
Fellowship in Public Affairs. 9/92 – 5/93.
1 of 36 fellows chosen nationally. Studied interpersonal dynamics and the interplay of the business, non-profit, and government entities in public affairs.
Rose Institute for State and Local Government, Claremont, CA
Student Manager. 9/92 – 5/93, Work while in college.
Hired, managed, trained, and scheduled 14-student staff of the research institute.
Managed and used demographic and redistricting databases and systems.
Interviewed for newspaper and television stories on redistricting and the 1990 census.
Conducted research projects and technology demonstrations for newspaper and television reporters, Rose Institute donors, classes and new hires.
Recruited and managed 10-student team on intensive 4-day, 16-hour-a-day, analysis project for then-CA Governor Pete Wilson.
Education UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management, Class of 1999. Los Angeles, CA
Co-Chair, Computer Advisory Committee. On-Line Editor, Anderson Exchange. Webmaster for High Tech Business Assoc., High Tech Career Fair, and Academic Section E.
Claremont McKenna College, Class of 1992. Claremont, CA. B.A. in Government.
Cum Laude. Dorm President and Class Representative. Philip Roland Prize for Excellence in Public Policy. Phi Beta Kappa.
Publications Latinos and Redistricting: “Californios For Fair Representation” and California Redistricting in the 1980s. Publisher: Rose Institute of State and Local Government, 1991.
Interests Conversational Spanish. Public speaking. Political and historical reading, movies, and sports, especially basketball, softball, bicycling, and in-line skating.