Work History

Work History

Multimedia Technical Consultant

Office of Media and Technology

Office of Media and Technology, Charleston, SC (August 1992−December 1995)

Aug 2001 - Present

College of Charleston

Instructor, Department of Computer Science (August 2001-Present)Taught undergraduate computer science courses and designed several new courses including:Wireless Communications, Wireless Business Applications and Computer Social Networks.Director, Information Technology Fluency (August 2004-December 2006)Researched campus-wide student information technology fluency and implemented assessment and training programs. Interim Director, Technology and Information Resources (June 2006-December 2006)Office of Accountability, Accreditation, Planning and AssessmentDeveloped Electronic Evidence room for SACS Accreditation Consultant, ESOL Technical Services (January 2004-December 2007)Coordinated technical services for School of Education’s English as a Second Language (ESOL ) distance education program, supported by a grant of $998,000 from the Office of English Language Acquisition (OLEA) of the US Department of Education in 2002.Media Director, Distance Education, Office of Media and Technology (August 2001- May 2002) Provided multimedia services for Low Country Graduate Center distance education.

May 2007 - Present

Certified Entrepreneurship Teacher

NetGen Consulting

Trained entrepreneurship teachers in South Carolina in conjunction with YesCarolina.Taught College of Charleston/Motley Rice Advanced Entrepreneurship Program. Developed and taught Sanders Clyde and Rotary Summer Entrepreneurship Program.Served as a coach for Kauffman Foundation's FastTrac NewVenture and TechVenture courses.

Aug 1998 - Apr 2001

Director, Global Software Services

Datastream Systems

Datastream Systems, Greenville, SC (June 2000-April 2001)Challenged to combine seven autonomous groups into a consolidated software development services division. Assumed leadership and management of Data Conversion, Software Engineering, Localization, Documentation, QA Automation, ERP Integration and Web Services groups. Managed a global staff of 126 through six supervisors.Business Manager, Product Engineering. August 1999-June 2000Enterprise Consultant, Professional Services. August 1998-July 1999

Jun 1996 - Jul 1998

International Student Counselor

Governors School of South Carolina

Through a grant from the Soros Foundation, worked with visiting high school students from Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union in Charleston, SC and Washington, DC.

Aug 1996 - May 1998

Database Administrator (Graduate Assistantship)

USC - McKissick Museum

Served as Curator of the South Carolina Broadcasters Association Archives. Restored antique radios and phonographs.

Jul 1997 - Dec 1997

International Business Analyst (Corporate Internship)

Sonoco Products

Sonoco Products, Hartsville, SC (July−December 1997)Researched and analyzed market data to determine opportunities for consumer packaging in Thailand, Mexico,Brazil and Japan.

Jan 1996 - May 1996

Business Planning Consultant

Small Business Administration

Provided financial, management and technical guidance to entrepreneurs. Services included business planning in coordination with the US Small Business Administration (SBA). 

Jun 1990 - Jun 1991

Project Engineer

Engineering Corp

Provided structural analysis services for civil engineering projects and supervised construction of grain storage facilities. Developed innovative and low cost brick production methods for rural development projects.

Education

Education
Jan 2007 - Jul 2008

CET

NFTE University

NFTE University has a unique program that prepares teachers to deliver fun, engaging and relevant entrepreneurship education. The program focuses on the core elements of experiential education and provides the tools and methodology for teaching students the principles of entrepreneurship.

Aug 2005 - May 2008

TPM

http://www.citadel.edu

Do you find yourself in any of the following situations?* You see project management in your future.* You want to expand your project knowledge and abilities.* You desire to achieve Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.* You need PDHs (derived from college credit) for your professional certifications.* You require graduate courses to complete a business or management program.* You face a business world filled with never-ending challenges.* You work in a company that utilizes projects to achieve strategic objectives. * You experience pressure to successfully deliver multinational technical projects.* You find yourself with larger and more complex projects that offer significant risk situations.* You find yourself working in a forward thinking organization that evaluates employee skill sets to meet future business needs by determining the strengths, weaknesses, and gaps in the current staff.

Aug 1992 - May 1996

BS

Presidential ScholarshipHonors Program ScholarshipPeter Pinckney Memorial ScholarshipAssociation of Computing Machinery (ACM) ScholarshipInternational Club PresidentDepartmental Honors: ManagementStudy Abroad: Bolivia's Privatization Plan

Activities and Societies: Honors Program Student Association, Beta Gamma Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, International Club, Who's Who in American Universities, RA, Harvard Model United Nations, ACM.

Skills

Skills

Project Management

Interest

Entrepreneurship Education

Management Information Systems

Social Network Analysis

ICT Education

Wireless Communication Systems

Certifications

Certifications

Certified Entrepreneurship Teacher

National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship