Most of my experience has been Microsoft-centric, but lately, I’ve been experimenting with more open source projects. As a Systems Engineer, I’ve built my career to be a generalist across key disciplines with a greater degree of depth in networking and security. Many of the projects that I’ve been have allowed me opportunities to deploy solutions and develop processes that enable IT staff to be more efficient and do more with less. Creating technology solutions to enable the business and increase productivity is a passion. I understand that technology solutions need to be crafted to support the business requirements and objectives, not the other way around.In my previous roles, I was responsible for quickly examining and documenting various networking environments and systems.
In my previous roles, I was responsible for quickly examining and documenting various networking environments and systems. Working with companies that are at varying levels of maturity in ITIL, I have been able to deploy new solutions in a controlled and disciplined manner that allowed successful implementation without interruption to the business.
I am a U.S. Navy veteran. I am punctual and dependable. I understand what it is to have the responsibility of mission critical systems, 24/7. I was honorably discharged in 2001 as a First Class Electronics Technician (E-6) to pursue my civilian career in information technology. My instructor training and experience in the Navy has given me the ability to effectively communicate with people at all levels of an organization.
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