Tenzin Wangdhen

  • San Francisco CA

Work experience

Work experience
Sep 2014 - Present

Application Coordinator

Epic Systems
Madison, WI Epic Systems is the leader in the electronic medical health records industry, with over 50% of patient records in the US. Application Coordinator As an application coordinator, I managed the implementation of Epic's laboratory information system at the Santa Clara
May 2012 - May 2014

Project Manager/president

Valley Medical Center
a $1.5M project. My responsibilities included managing a team of six analysts through the final stages of the install process, including testing, training, and go-live. Badger Innovations Madison, WI Badger Innovations is a student-run web development agency Project Manager/President I joined Badger Innovations as a project manager, responsible for working a web developer and designer to deliver quality websites to our clients. During my tenure as president of the company, I worked to increase our client base from 5 to 15 and increasing margins by 30%. I also expanded our service offerings, increased our bandwidth from one to five simultaneous projects, and increased our team size to nine designers and developers.
May 2011 - Aug 2011

Sales Intern

The Southwestern Company
Baltimore, MD The Southwestern company creates educational products for K-12 students. Sales Intern During my internship with the Southwestern Company, I conducted direct sales for an average of 80 hours per week, reaching a sales volume over $14,000. My responsibilities included managing business expenses, generating sales, cash flow management and product distribution. PROJECTS Alliarent Alliarent is a startup idea centered on a mobile app that would allow a renter to take pictures of the apartment upon move-in, which would then be timestamped and stored in a cloud, protecting the renter from unfairly losing their security deposit. HiveMind HiveMind was a startup idea for creating a quadcopter controlled via electroencephalogram(EEG) for use by the disabled and paralyzed to interact with their environment.




University of Wisconsin-Madison

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