Designer and Developer of Web Applications, focused on determining client requirements, information architecture and wireframes, visual design, and coding of user interfaces in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP. Focus on microformats, SEO, usability and accessibility.

Work History

Work History
May 2008 - Present

Senior Web Developer

Jul 2006 - May 2008

Developer/Web UI

Revolution Health Group
Jan 2006 - Jul 2006


BAE Systems
- My client was the United States Attorney’s Office (USAO) (Department of Justice) where I designed and developed websites for the 94 districts that make up the USAO. - Daily interaction with clients and other Government employees - Also act as a help desk when district webmasters or system administrators are having issues with their site. - Led Implementation of a web standards based templates that utilize CSS and (x)html. This in turn speeds up the design/development process, allows districts to dictate look and feel, while at the same time is easily updateable by district webmasters. - Implementation has cut page weight in half, and decreased amount of calls to provide webmasters assistance.
Jun 2005 - Dec 2005

Account Executive

- Manage and interact with various clients and candidates in the Marketing, Advertising, Graphic Design and Web Design fields. - Locate, interview, qualify and source candidates to clients for open positions - Communicate/ coordinate with new and existing customers, identify current and future needs and market capabilities. - Up-sell candidates to clients
1999 - 2004

Senior Consultant

Booz Allen Hamilton
- Visual communication subject matter expert and lead Designer for the strategic outreach change management component of the Defense Integrated Military Human Resources System (DIMHRS) project ( and the strategic outreach change management component of the Human Resources Management Domain ( - Led the Design, Development and maintenance of the Joint Requirements & Integration Office (JR&IO) website ( - Conceptualized, design and developed web-based training and computer based training for various commercial and government clients that complied with Section 508 and other government rules and regulations - Developed storyboards, wire frames, graphical user interfaces, interactions, along with content graphics for training courses - Highly skilled in the areas of usability and accessibility (WCAG, Section 508)


1995 - 1999


University of Dayton