About Luminosa Creative Services
Jack Chirieleison started Luminosa Creative Services in 2004 to provide web design, graphic design, presentation design, multimedia marketing materials and writing & editing services to a number of clients with whom we had long-standing relationships, including the National Library of Medicine at NIH.
For nearly 5 years Jack supervised technology and created all programming for the first nationwide census of juvenile offenders on probation for the US Department of Justice and George Mason University. This task involved working directly with court officials across the country, participating in focus groups, creating and presenting webinars, translating researchers’ requirements into user-friendly front- and back-end programs, providing direct technical support to probation officers and data specialists with a wide range of expertise, managing security & network consultants, and incorporating data in numerous formats. For his user-friendly online collection and reporting programs he received the American Probation and Parole Association’s annual University of Cincinnati Award for 2010’s outstanding contribution to the field of corrections in the US and Canada.
Jack also served as the Field Database Coordinator of the Justice Health field for The Cochrane Collaboration, the international network recognized as the gold standard for information about the effectiveness of health care.
His other projects have included web sites for arts organizations, businesses, universities and special events as well as graphic & presentation design, editing, archiving and multimedia creation.