I am entering my sixteenth year of network administration. I have worked in educational and corporate settings. In these sixteen years I have gathered a wide breadth of experience and knowledge of the information technology field.
I have been privileged to work with companies and clients that have been willing to lead in deploying new technology. My assessments were sought, stated clearly, and accepted by management on projects related to new infrastructure deployments, network rendering systems, paperless solution, and High Availability System for Microsoft Exchange server.
I currently work as a Systems Analyst.
Exchange Server, HTML, ASP, CSS, Windows Server Management,
Systems Analyst 2
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SI; Renewables & Environment industry
November 2011 – Present
Manage and develop customer applications to meet reporting requirements.
Public Company; 1-10 employees; Political Organization industry
January 2011 – October 2011 (10 months)
Serve as executive director, running the day to day operations of the party as we recruit, equip, elect, and hold accountable principled Republicans, mostly for local offices.
September 2004 – December 2010 (6 years 4 months)
Managing clients in local and Metro D.C. area. Deploy and manage high availability system for Microsoft Exchange Server. Deploy and migrate from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008 and SBS 2008 systems. Use tools to monitor network systems and review logging for attempted intrusions, network performance, and server perfomance. Manage Cisco routers to deny entry to suspect out of CONUS IP’s. Am also deploying new cable runs and terminating to connectors and punch down block. Deploy and manage Symantec Endpoint Protection. Manage backup software and tapes (Backup Exec, Arcserve). Provide support to users troubleshooting application and hardware conflicts. Coordinate vendor services and support. Also have deployed open source solutions to meet client needs.
Educational Institution; 1001-5000 employees; Higher Education industry
December 2005 – October 2006 (11 months)
Managed migration from primary Unix environment to a mixed Windows 2003/Unix Server environment including storage servers, Exchange e-mail servers, webserver, and anti-virus server. Migrated from Unix e-mail system to Exchange server 2003, maintained 75 classroom workstations by implementing group policies to provide common desktop environment. Provided lead support to meet all management, employee, and customer needs; maintained Business Technology department website; coordinated the successful migration of DNS addresses within INTERNAP for PA State System of Higher Education DNS addresses.
Privately Held; 501-1000 employees; Consumer Goods industry
April 2001 – September 2004 (3 years 6 months)
Provided help desk support on site (West Chester, PA) and remotely for users in Canada, Tennessee, Texas, totaling 175+ node network. Migrated Exchange 5.5 server to Exchange 2000 server and deployed servers to remote sites. Deployed 15 servers serving as Active Directory servers, webservers, Exchange server, storage servers, SQL servers, and application servers. Managed and maintained servers by reviewing log files, managing hard-drive space, and mailbox space.
Transportation Control Specialist
Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Military industry
1994 – 1998 (4 years)
Certificate, Progress – WebSpeed Programming
2004 – 2004
Bottomline Technologies (formerly FormScape, Inc)
2003 – 2003
FormScape Enterprise Edition helps to address the high costs of developing and managing paper documents, while reducing the administrative complexity of routing and approving documents across the enterprise. With FormScape, businesses can enhance the quality of transactional communications and increase efficiencies with comprehensive tools that extend ERP investments to automate document-centric processes, support greater collaboration and simplify access to documents via electronic delivery and archive.
Certificate, Progress – Character Development
2002 – 2002
Character Development (101)
This course is designed for IT professionals seeking to develop Progress applications in a character environment. The term “character environment” refers to a user interface that has no graphics or font distinctions like Windows. The entire interface is made up of alphabetic/numeric characters and lines. The most common character environment is a UNIX platform.