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Paul Kiel, Author, Common Dreams

Paul Kiel

Paul Kiel covers consumer finance for ProPublica, with a focus on debt collection and high-cost lending. His work in 2013 was honored as a finalist for both a Gerald Loeb Award and a Best in Business award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers. His work on the foreclosure crisis was featured in The Best Business Writing 2013. It also won SABEW Best in Business awards in both 2011 and 2012 and a 2011 Scripps Howard Award for business/economics reporting.

Kiel has also produced stories for the Washington Post, USA Today, Slate and American Public Media’s Marketplace, among others.

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Saturday, March 28, 2015

If there’s any industry that has mastered the art of the loophole, it’s high-cost lending. When faced with unwanted regulation, lenders are well-practiced at finding an opening that will allow them to charge triple-digit interest to their customers. As we have reported , they’ve been playing a.

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Described as "a geek who can communicate", I combine solid skills with a proven ability to convey technical information to CEOs, business analysts, and techies alike.

xmlHelpline.com Consulting, (2001-03 to Present)

  • Architect and develop data integration solutions
  • Create enterprise-wide canonical data models
  • Program in object oriented languages
  • Leverage standard data models such as HR-XML and OAGIS (Open Applications Group)
  • Train developers and analysts in technical design best practices, especially with Xml Schema and data modeling
  • Develop Xslt adapters and translation layers for data integration
  • Publish best practice articles:
    • Profiling Xml Schema
    • Extend enumerated lists in XML schema

LexisNexis, (2009-11 to Present)

  • Lead LexisNexis International data conversion team
    • Coordinate the conversion of millions of Rosetta xml format data files to the next generation Lexis Advance platform
    • Work with international teams in locations such as Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Canada, Malaysia, and India
    • Coordinate with functional teams including Conversion Engineering, Presentation/Stylesheets, project tech leads, and project managers
    • Manage Xml Schema data model development
    • Develop quality control metrics for schemas, DITA documents, and design changes
    • Supervise team productivity and skill development
  • Lead MNCR data conversion team (Media Neutral Content Repository)
    • Coordinate conversion of legacy data to new mastering format
    • Integrate functional teams into workflow
    • Manage Xml Schema data model development
  • Architectural management
    • Develop canonical data models
    • Manage data conversion projects
    • Document and implement Xml best practices
    • Create data management standards and practices
    • Train analysts in Xml technologies
    • Utilize technology in data quality control (e.g. schematron, xquery)

HR-XML Consortium Inc, (2001-03 to 2006-08)

  • Supervise, coordinate, and manage the design of the technical architecture underlying all international Consortium standards
  • Program necessary tools and software for distributed work group needs, including metadata management, document repository and automated documentation tools
  • Implement web services validation testbed
  • Lead technical analysis for HR-XML Certification program
  • Train classes in Xml Schema design techniques, best practices, and other Xml technologies such as web services and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  • Lecture nationally and internationally on Xml Schema design best practices and related technologies
  • Participate as representative to the Web Services - Interoperability Consortium
  • Author and edit documentation for technical specifications
  • Provide technical support for Consortium's hosted servers

Sertus Software, (1999-08 to 2001-03)

  • Designed Xml DTDs and Schemas incorporated into software products
  • Created media industry data models
  • Published documentation and programmed user tools to facilitate adoption of the standards
  • Organized a proposed media Xml Consortium to coordinate standardization of data structures within the the industry
  • Provided technical advice on implementation of Xml related standards such as SOAP and Xml signatures
  • Trained and educated staff on xml and related technologies
  • Co-founded TriXML, an Xml interest group in the Research Triangle (NC)

Interim Department Head

Special Collections Department

North Carolina State University Libraries, (1998-08 to 1999-07)

  • Lead the department in furthering acquisition, processing and providing access to digital collections
  • Partnered with Duke University on a state-wide Xml grant proposal
  • Expanded Xml initiatives, resulting in the publishing of on-line documentation
  • Created formal digital collections in association with the Digital Library Initiatives Department
  • Member of Electronic Archives Team - examining long term deep storage methodologies
  • Supervised permanent and temporary staff
  • Managed departmental budget lines

Technical Services, Special Collections Department

North Carolina State University Libraries, (1996-06 to 1999-07)

  • Examined, recommended, and implemented SGML documentation project
  • Designed and implemented an integrated electronic bibliographic data workflow project utilizing USMARC data format, SGML DTDs, and text-based formats
  • Implemented EAD (Encoded Archival Description) data conversion program
  • Worked with TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) metadata standard
  • Worked on national Xml conversion resource clearinghouse
  • Webmaster for Special Collections Department
  • Member of the Web Innovation Team, 1998-99
  • Webmaster for Society of North Carolina Archivists

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Xml related technology training sessions conducted:

  • Xml Schema design and best practices
  • OAGIS two-day training course
  • WSDL design and best practices
  • Xml Schema extension methodologies
  • Xml for non-developers
  • Practical use of Xslt

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Paul Kiel

ProPublica reporter Paul Kiel wrote for TPMmuckraker.com, Talking Points Memo's investigative reporting blog, from 2006 to 2008. TPM's coverage of the firings of US attorneys and politicization of the Department of Justice won a George Polk Award for legal reporting.

ProPublica reporter Olga Pierce is a recent graduate of the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia University, where she won a Horton Prize for health reporting. She has covered health policy for United Press International in Washington, DC, where, in addition to writing stories about Medicare Part D, uninsured Americans, and the AIDS vaccine, she appeared as a commentator on C-SPAN and went to Camp David as a White House pool reporter. Her stories have appeared in the Chicago Tribune, the New York Times, Hindustan Times, Lincoln Journal-Star, and other newspapers. Olga is fluent in Czech and has a BA in international economics from Georgetown University.

ProPublica intern Cora Currier was previously on the editorial staff of the New Yorker. She has written for the New Yorker's website, the European, Let's Go travel guides, and other publications. During the 2008 presidential election, she covered the youth vote for the Nation. She has also worked as a researcher for several books on history and politics. Cora graduated from Harvard College with a degree in social studies.

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Laura M. KIEL 685,2975 was born on 4 February 1906 in Portage, Cambria Co., PA. She died on 7 September 1976 at the age of 70 in Omaha, Douglas Co., NE. 2975 She was buried in Omaha, Douglas Co., NE. Parents: Harry Morris KIEL-26792 and Mary Matilda NOEL-25930.

Spouse: Walter E. HITE-28126. Laura M. KIEL and Walter E. HITE were married in Portage, Cambria Co., PA. Children were: Patricia G. HITE-28127, Edward HITE-28128.

Leola KIEL 685,2975 was born on 19 January 1895 in Cambria Co., PA. She died on 23 February 1939 at the age of 44 in Blairsville, Indiana Co., PA. She was buried at St. Bartholomew Cem. in Wilmore, Portage Twp.,Cambria Co., PA. 2975 Parents: Harry Morris KIEL-26792 and Mary Matilda NOEL-25930.

Spouse: Francis Merle SCHULTZ-28117. Leola KIEL and Francis Merle SCHULTZ were married on 21 October 1919 in Portage, Cambria Co., PA. Children were: Marie Ann SCHULTZ-28118, William Francis SCHULTZ-28119.

Spouse: Margo F. MASTALER-32060. Margo F. MASTALER and Les KIEL were married.

Spouse: William HENGST-32071. Linda KIEL and William HENGST were married.

Margaret KIEL 685 was buried at St. Bartholomew Cem. in Wilmore, Portage Twp.,Cambria Co., PA. Parents: Robert L. KIEL-26800 and Katherine MULVIHILL-28120.

Spouse: Thomas YOUNG-51970. Margaret KIEL and Thomas YOUNG were married.

Marjorie KIEL 685 was buried at St. Bartholomew Cem. in Wilmore, Portage Twp.,Cambria Co., PA. Parents: Harry Leo KIEL-26793 and Johanna BUSCH-28098.

Spouse: George SNYDER-32070. Marjorie KIEL and George SNYDER were married.

Mary A. KIEL 685 was born on 3 August 1913 in Portage, Cambria Co., PA. She died on 11 November 1995 at the age of 82 at Lee Hospital in Johnstown, Cambria Co., PA. Parents: James Russell KIEL-26795 and Alice M. BRUCE-28107.

Mary Ann KIEL 164,699,2975,6743 was born on 29 July 1828 in Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA. She died on 19 January 1915 at the age of 86 in Waynesboro, Franklin Co., PA. She was buried at Price's Cem. in Waynesboro, Franklin Co., PA. Parents: Henry G. KIEL-17250 and Sarah KERN-17251.

Spouse: Lee H. JONES-32560. Mary Beth KIEL and Lee H. JONES were married.

Mildred Cecelia KIEL 685,2975 was born on 22 February 1892 in Portage, Cambria Co., PA. 2975 She died on 30 January 1978 at the age of 85 in Johnstown, Cambria Co., PA. 2975 She was buried at St. Bartholomew Cem. in Wilmore, Portage Twp.,Cambria Co., PA. Parents: Harry Morris KIEL-26792 and Mary Matilda NOEL-25930.

Raye KIEL 685 was born about 1942 in Cambria Co., PA. She died about 1942 at the age of 0. She was buried at St. Bartholomew Cem. in Wilmore, Portage Twp.,Cambria Co., PA. Parents: George L. KIEL-28110 and Blanche V. GEORGE-31274.

Spouse: Roxana FERENCE-32068. Roxana FERENCE and Raymond KIEL were married. Children were: Carrie Ann KIEL-32069.

Spouse: Lisa HARVEY-32067. Lisa HARVEY and Richard KIEL were married.

Spouse: Dell LITTLETON-32119. Dell LITTLETON and Richard KIEL were married.

Spouse: Mary CONDELLO-31311. Mary CONDELLO and Robert J. KIEL were married. Children were: Cynthia KIEL-31312.

Robert L. KIEL 685,2975 was born on 14 February 1900 in Portage, Cambria Co., PA. He died on 15 March 1972 at the age of 72 in Johnstown, Cambria Co., PA. He was buried in Cresson, Cambria Co., PA. 2975 Parents: Harry Morris KIEL-26792 and Mary Matilda NOEL-25930.

Spouse: Joy PRATER-32133. Joy PRATER and Ronald James KIEL were married.

Russell J. KIEL 685 was born about 1922 in Cambria Co., PA. He died on 29 December 1941 at the age of 19. He was buried at St. Bartholomew Cem. in Wilmore, Portage Twp.,Cambria Co., PA. Parents: James Russell KIEL-26795 and Alice M. BRUCE-28107.

Spouse: Jacob GIBBONS-51972. Sadie KIEL and Jacob GIBBONS were married.

Susan Tharba KIEL 685,2975 was born on 23 March 1907 in Cambria Co., PA. She died on 17 October 1989 at the age of 82 in Cambria Twp., Cambria Co., PA. 2975 She was buried at St. Bartholomew Cem. in Wilmore, Portage Twp.,Cambria Co., PA. Parents: Harry Morris KIEL-26792 and Mary Matilda NOEL-25930.

Spouse: Charles VASBINDER-28129. Susan Tharba KIEL and Charles VASBINDER were married on 10 June 1930 in Portage, Cambria Co., PA. Children were: Jeanne VASBINDER-28130.

Velma Gertrude KIEL 685,2975 was born on 10 January 1904 in Portage, Cambria Co., PA. 2975 She died on 3 March 1998 at the age of 94 in Dallas, Luzerne Co., PA. 2975 She was buried in Cresson, Cambria Co., PA. 2975 Parents: Harry Morris KIEL-26792 and Mary Matilda NOEL-25930.

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