A highly motivated management consultant with advanced technical skills, Timothy Valihora has built a reputation for extensive software development and data warehousing abilities. For nearly 20 years, Valihora has utilized his skills as a programmer and data management specialist in a number of industries, including pharmaceutical sales, animal research, information services, healthcare systems, and marketing systems. Throughout his career, Timothy Valihora has also regularly furthered his education by attaining professional certifications in a number of advanced systems from such institutions as Oracle, IBM, and Ascential.Prior to his career as a management consultant, Valihora earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario. In addition to economics, he explored a variety of subjects during his undergraduate career, including math, computer science, film, and commerce. Since completing his education, Timothy Valihora has maintained a number of short-term and long-term contracts in Canada and the United States with international entities. Some of his first contracts were with the Canadian government in the Department of Justice and the National Research Council. Between 1997 and 2001, Valihora worked with telecommunications manufacturer Nortel on multiple systems as a Software Developer and Analyst. He would go on to work for pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, Churchill Downs, and other corporations as a DataStage Consultant and Developer. Between 2005 and 2008, he held contracts with CitiGroup, the Canada Revenue Agency, and AMC Theatres as an IBM Websphere DataStage Consultant.Since 2008, Valihora has held multiple contracts as an IBM InfoSphere Information Server (IIS) Management Consultant with distinguished clients. He has led project coordination and development efforts for Hilton Grand Vacations, the American Medical Association, the University of Pennsylvania Health Care System, and the City of Ottawa. Most recently, Timothy Valihora was contracted to handle management planning for Southern California Edison, an energy concern.