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Work experience

Apr 2009Present

Senior Validation Analyst

Abbott Informatics


  • Managed and lead 4 validation verification teams, consisting of a total of 12 testers and writers.
  • Tasked with the successful release of multiple LIMS software products.
  • Managed resources required for project completion, on time and within budget.
  • Assigned team members to individual projects.
  • Supervised creation of product documentation, ie, user manuals, release notes, test cases,
    traceability matrices, test summary reports, test plans, etc.


  • Created SDLC documentation such as , project plans, user/software requirements, traceability
    matrices, test plans, release notes and test summary reports.
  • Helped review and create user needs, software requirements and design documents.
  • Created and executed software test cases for release candidates given by development teams.
  • Worked with developers and project managers to report/solve issues found during testing into a
    bug tracking system.
  • Worked both in a waterfall and agile/scrum environment.
  • Helped with the creation of Design History Files.
  • Assisted other teams with adapting to a new Quality System.
  • Created technical documents such as SOP's and Work Instructions.
  • Helped with the resolution of non conformance and CAPA investigations.


  • Helped create JIRA workflow and executed validation tasks in order to implement JIRA.
  • Helped with research and verification efforts of implementing HP Quality Center.
Sept 2005Mar 2010

Hewlett Packard Representative

  • Increased Hewlett Packard profits and product/brand awareness by training Office Depot, Circuit City, Best Buy, Brandsmart, Costco and Walmart floor employees on product benefits, making them more likely to recommend HP products.
  • Trained on why to sell HP products over the competition through PowerPoint presentations or one-on-one in-aisle hands-on product training.
  • Interacted with customers in order to promote Hewlett Packard products over competition.
  • Upsold approximately 75% of customers interacted with.
  • Resulted in stores carrying more HP products allowing HP to have more choices over competition.



Bachelor of Science, Computer Science

Florida Atlantic University

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