During my time with CCAR I assisted in completely remodeling the company’s entire organizational footprint and technology presence to a data driven, performance based environment. Simultaneously hardening security, adding services and ensuring the availability of existing services while creating a staff and member facing data driven environment.
Complete development, design and maintenance responsibilities for http://www.chp11-99foundation.org/ Produced and maintain website and LAMP based scholarship application for dependents of CHP officers and employees.
Development, design and maintenance responsibilities for corporate web presence of Masonic Auditorium.
]Hired into the Masonic Homes (San Francisco office) in order to extend my responsibilities into development, user training, support, and systems administration. This position subsumes the Union City duties listed below. My responsibilities revolved around engineering solutions and providing support for all tiers of the organization. This includes design and maintenance of the organizations web sites and applications, custom application and flash development for membership materials distributed throughout California, as well as intranet development and design, networking, desktop, and remote support.
Participated in the founding, development, and implementation of Masonic Computer College, (MCC). MCC was designed to address specific skill-set deficiencies within the end-user community. Program model includes formal skill levels associated with each job position, baseline assessment and measurement prior to and following training, remedial skill training, and classroom labs.
Responsible for providing all tiers of support for SiteROCK customer base (including customers like Google, Shutterfly, and Ask Jeeves). Responsibilities revolved around 24×7 reliability testing of a variety of aspects of customer networking and web based products. Advanced tool sets were used in a ‘tool agnostic’ environment that implied adaptation to technology and practices of various customers seamlessly.
Served as the primary point of contact for a 350+ node internal Novell and multi-site corporate NT network. Supported entire user community from the Network to the Desktop via hands-on troubleshooting, phone support, remote access, and push installations. Provided training and knowledge-base services through intranet design and development.
CATI Staff Supervisor. Duties were highly varied but focused on Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing and data coalition, floor supervision of staff and project management, PC hardware and software upgrades, research model design, implementation, and quality control.
Bachelors degree from the University of Michigan in 1994.
Lead artist/developer for a team that animated the Bio-remediation of a toxic spill. This project yielded the main simulation in a nationally distributed video, which is still the EPA’s introductory training source for Bio-remediation technicians. Responsibilities included complex 3D-object modeling and rendering of environments, still graphic production, CG work, and video editing.
Founder and co-operator of Digital Video Productions, a full service computer-aided graphic and video production business. Pioneered techniques in virtual tours for real estate including broadcast video for NBC affiliate.