Enterprise Engineer & Architect with a history of transitioning legacy IT applications and practices to modern platforms and methodologies.
Develops and interprets policies, procedures and strategies based upon IT Service Management (ITSM) best practices, and employ Enterprise Architecture methodologies and/or techniques for governing, planning and delivering technologies across a global organization. Provides expert technical advice, guidance and recommendations to upper management. Plans and executes the projects needed to improve performance or resolve critical problems within existing systems. Advises on emerging practices, new technologies and advanced IT engineering techniques. Plans, organizes and direct studies to develop long-range strategic plans and forecasts. Negotiates with business stakeholders and technology leaders to implement solutions and recommendations, utilizing experience with industry best practices such as PMBOK, ITIL, TOGAF, COBIT, SDLC, and other EA & ITSM methodologies.
A top level software & systems design engineer, a technical project manager and a “hands on” solution architect providing technical direction and oversight to various Infrastructure projects. Champions an architectural vision to meet and exceed business objectives. Combined understanding of product development, infrastructure service management, business analysis, supplier/vendor management and very strong consulting skills.
Test-driven development, Continuous Integration, Build Automation, Test Automation, Agile Methodologies, Conflict Resolution, Mentoring, Team Leadership, Project Management, Quantitative Analysis for Management, Operations Research, SCJP, MCSE, MCSD, PMI, PMBOK, ITIL v3, TOGAF 9
ALM (Master of Liberal Arts) : Harvard : Information Technology, Information Systems Management
BSSE (Bachelor of Science) : Colorado Technical University : Software Engineering
In Progress: Doctorate in Computer Science, on track to complete June 2017.