Smithsonian Computerworld Innovator award nomination for the application of data communications technology in the field of medicine, 1995.
Results-driven senior management professional with extensive experience leading people and teams, implementing and overseeing technology infrastructures and administering multi-million dollar operations budgets. Possesses an in-depth understanding of emerging technologies and their commercial application.
Jan 2002 - Present
Vice President, Support Services
Provide operations management and oversight with accountability to corporate governance. Oversee organizational IT infrastructure, business continuity, disaster recovery, facility operations and real estate portfolio with capital and operational budgetary responsibility.
2001 - Present
Adjunct Associate Professor
Graduate School of Business, classes taught: MBA780 Electronic Commerce, MBA627 Management of Information Technology, MBA651 Management of Technological Change
2007 - Present
Graduate school of business, classes taught include: BUS200 Principles of Management, MKT500 Marketing Management, FIN100 Principles of Finance, BUS520 Leadership & Organizational Behavior, BUS 508 The Business Enterprise
1997 - 2006
Adjunct Associate Professor
Graduate school of Information Science and Technology (IST) - Classes taught: INFO614 Distributed Systems & Networking, INFO780 Advanced Network Design
1999 - 2002
Associate Vice President, Technology Services
Provide technology vision and leadership for improving the Information Systems methods, processes, and practices for the use of technology in the implementation of organizational IS initiatives. Select and implement system infrastructure standards and maintenance methodologies that create an efficient and scalable organizational IT architecture. Aligns the use of technology with the operations of the organization. Oversees the tactical management of the technology infrastructure and implements technology strategy. Provide technical direction of desktop computing, network infrastructure, and Internet services staff to drive value from technology investments.
1994 - 1999
Manager, Network and Telecommunications Services
Provide direction and management of IT staff in the following IS functions: data center management, desktop architecture, training and user support, server and network architecture, LAN and WAN infrastructure, Internet systems architecture, Intranet application administration, and enterprise systems security.
1992 - 1994
Primary responsibilities included network management and the design of the organizational data & voice communications infrastructure.
1988 - 1992
Manager, Computer Operations
Responsibilities included management of organizational computer operations, desktop computing resources, Computer Aided Design (CADD) management, end user support and technical staff management. Additional responsibilities included resource procurement and operations management.
Sep 1994 - Jun 1996
Doctor of Philosophy
Major in Telecommunications and Distributed Computer Networks.
Doctorial Thesis: Designing the Intelligent Data Network: An Architectural Model for the Enterprise Information System.
Jun 1990 - Oct 1992
Master of Business Administration
1982 - 1986
Bachelor of Science
Major in architectural engineering with a minor in construction management.