Molly Gilmore, M.S., M.Eng., has been hired as an instructor
for the Data Marketing Communications program at West Virginia University’s
Reed College of Media. Gilmore will teach DMC 671: User Experience Platforms.
After a 20 year career in software product design at companies such as Microsoft, Intuit and Hyperion Software and Usability Research at Scripps Networks Interactive, Molly N. Gilmore founded Blue Genes Media, a consulting business in the New York City area focused on data analytics and visualization, primarily for the health and safety industries. Her background in both the product development and customer engagement provides a solid foundation for maximizing the benefits of current user and customer analytics tools.
Gilmore’s practice of design has grown along with industry changes and technical advancements to include data mining, user behavior modeling and bio-data analysis to better understand customer desires and anticipate customer behavior. Her recent endeavors have included data mining applications and visual design at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Epidemiology Informatics department; research database design at the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials; usability analysis of manufacturing procedures for OSHA GHS related regulatory changes at Takasago and user experience design of a new ecommerce site for GAF.
Gilmore holds a M.S. in bioinformatics from New Jersey Institute of Technology, an M.Eng in engineering management and a graduate certificate in quantitative software engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology and a B.A. in French from the University of Akron.