Program Coordinator


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Kathy de Zengotita is MIT Sea Grant’s Program Coordinator. She was first hired in 1989 as part-time librarian in the Communications Department. She initiated and oversaw the development of the program’s first website and then trained other Sea Grant staff around the country in HTML coding and web page creation. After moving into private industry for five years as an Information Analyst, first with the Cabot Corporation and then with Internet start-up MeansBusiness, she returned to MIT to work for several years as the Academic Administrator for the Ocean Engineering Department before migrating back to MIT Sea Grant in 2004. As Program Coordinator she now oversees the project proposal and reporting process, and helps guide the development of eSG, an online system for project tracking and web content management.

M.L.S. Simmons School of Library and Information Science
B.A. Tufts University
Project Manager Certificate Program, Boston University

MIT Sea Grant Publications

MIT Sea Grant College Program: Where ocean science meets cutting edge technology
Judith A. Pederson, Lillie M. Paquette, Gayle Sherman, Madeleine Hall-Arber, Katharine de Zengotita
2013, MITSG 13-02
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