As a results-driven leader with progressive and practical experience in the areas of project, program, and technical direction, I have been a successful leader and business partner for the past ten years. In my role, I have been part of strategic planning, enterprise operations, technical support, vendor management, leading people, and stakeholder relationship building.
My strengths center on technical leadership, serving the customer, communication, relationship building and organization. I am actively engaged in the development and implementation of business solutions that are aligned with the clients’ objectives. Striving for excellence in all I do is a key element to my continued success.
I am a former professional foodie turned keyboard-jockey in favor of a keyboard, cushy chair and cooler working conditions. Now, I am the “Office Kuroko”:
In kabuki, the kuroko serve many of the same purposes as running crew. They move scenery and props on stage, aiding in scene changes and costume changes. They will also often play the role of animals, will-o-the-wisps, or other roles which are played not by an actor in full costume, but by holding a prop. Kuroko wear all black, head to toe, in order to imply that they are invisible and not part of the action onstage.
Away from the internet I spend my time as a father, husband, oenophile & productivity monk. Regardless of the subject, I am always on the lookout for tools, ideas and people that make food, code, business – whatever it is – more fun.