Summary

  • Exemplary record in internal and external customer relationship management
  • Ingenuity in implementing knowledge databases for both development and external customer communities
  • Spearheading utilization of Web 2.0 technologies to engage with customers 
  • Successful technical product management and marketing in a hardware and software setting and understanding of agile development methodologies.
  • Avid interest in the games development and visual computing industries
  • In-depth semiconductor manufacturing experience and understanding as Test Wafer Engineer at Intel Corporation
  • Tenacious work ethic, creative thinker, team-player, ability to ramp-up quickly in any discipline

Organizations

  • United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA) Wake County Chapter
  • UNA-USA Young Professionals for International Cooperation (YPIC) Wake County Chapter
  • Toastmasters International
  • Polish Club of Triangle 

Objective

A challenging full-time position in a marketing, business operations, project/product management, or customer relationship management capacity in the games development or visual computing industry.

Activities/Interests

  • games development
  • CPU/GPU industry
  • sci-fi/fantasy novels, movies, and TV shows
  • cooking
  • hiking
  • learning languages
  • playing video games
  • world travel
  • photography

Education

Education
Mar 2008 - Present

MBA

http://www.cuw.edu

Expected Graduation Date: December 2011

GPA: 4.0

Sep 2003 - Dec 2006

Master of Science

http://www.scu.edu

Admitted into Engineering Management & Leadership program. GPA: 3.914

Significant Coursework:

  • Production Systems
  • Project Management
  • Accounting and Cost Control
  • Operations/Production Management
  • Global Technology Development
  • Global Technology Management

Work History

Work History
Apr 2008 - Sep 2008

Advanced Services Co-op

Cisco Systems

MBA student co-op that provided support in management of the Network Consulting Engineer (NCE) Program. Tasks included, but not limited to, writing program documentation for new NCE’s, setting up classes, administrative duties for upper management, and managing site visits from NCE program personnel from England and South Africa.

Sep 2004 - Sep 2006

Business Leadership Development Associate

Intuit

Part of a highly selective leadership development program that built leadership skills and business acumen via rotations through Intuit’s core functional roles in the Quickbooks division and received mentorship from company’s leaders. Experience included:

  • Customer Champion: Instrumental in developing Quickbooks Online external knowledge database. Championed use of Web 2.0 technologies for product marketing and customer support. Conducted customer-facing market research to evaluate market opportunity, assess competition, and define key customer requirements.  Personally visited consumers and small businesses, conducted and extensively participated in phone interviews, focus groups, and quantitative surveys.
  • Feature Designer: defined and developed feature and cross-functional business requirements. Engaged with development and QA teams in India and the US in the design, development, verification, and release phases.
  • Product Marketing: engaged with marketing, sales, and customer support in product release initiatives and retail and web sales strategies. Implemented successful email marketing campaigns.
Aug 2003 - Aug 2004

Test Wafer Engineer

Intel Corporation

Test Wafer (TW) engineer that managed a ~$20M commodity in a low-volume/high-technology development (R&D) semiconductor manufacturing facility. Experience included:

  • Technology Transfer and Development: Expertise and leadership was provided during various phases of technology transfer to Intel fabrication facilities located in Israel, Oregon, and New Mexico.
  • TW Management: Responsible for developing and implementing several complicated automated web-based tools to facilitate silicon wafer starts tracking and help manage test silicon inventory of the D2 Fab facility. This endeavor enabled a cost savings of >$1M in Q1 2004 and garnered an award from the California Technology and Manufacturing division for TW Cost reduction.
  • Test Silicon Cost Management: Created test silicon budget and forecasting methodologies, daily management and accountability of cost POR for each process area in the fab, and TW capacity planning.
May 2002 - Aug 2002

Application Test Engineer Intern

Intel Corporation

Application Test Engineer intern responsible for developing Design-For-Test (DFT) software and conducting post-Silicon debug for Intel’s 64- and 32-bit microprocessors. Experience included creating regression test system for debug tools, performing RTL validation, and building a GUI for debug tools. Was awarded an Intel Spontaneous Recognition Award for Results Orientation.

May 2001 - Aug 2001

CAD Engineer Intern

Intel Corporation

CAD Engineer intern in an R&D software team responsible for developing and testing the job controller interface component for Intel’s NG-ATPG (New Generation Automated Test Pattern Generation) tool. Areas of exposure were language and parser design, large-scale software design in C++, and network communications and RPC.

Skills

Skills

Languages: Hindi

Languages: German

Languages: Polish

Tools: Intuit's Quickbase

Tools: Microsoft Project, Microsoft Access

Tools: Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat

Operating Systems: Mac, Windows

Web Development: HTML, JavaScript

Programming: C++