To obtain a challenging and dynamic position working where leadership skills and my ability to interact with users of all levels of technological expertise is exercised.


Sandbox Development and Consulting Inc. – May 2003 – Present

Sandbox Development and Consulting Inc.

CEO and Lead Developer

  • Work with a broad range of clients to create technology solutions including: database driven web sites, web applications, web site templates, Mac/UNIX tech support, and user interface designs with an emphasis on web standards and usability
  • Coordinate projects from the requirements gathering stage to web site/web application implementation
  • Responsible for managing and monitoring CentOS server used to host client web sites
  • Manage day to day business operations (marketing, accounting, creating legal contracts)

University of Chicago – November 1999 – April 2007

Cancer and Leukemia Group B

Web Operations Manager

  • Oversee operational activities of CALGB web sites with specific attention aimed at site development, user interface, content management, user training, search engine optimization, security, and ongoing maintenance
  • Develop design proposals, style concepts, flow diagrams, and site maps for all CALGB user interfaces
  • Design, develop, troubleshoot, debug, and implement software code (HTML, CSS, CGI, PHP, and Javascript) for maximum cross platform compatibility using web standards
  • Responsible for developing the site concept and interface design for CALGB web sites and web applications
  • Meet with users of all levels (CALGB web committee) to discuss CALGB user interface best practices and usability on a regular basis
  • Research latest user interface trends, analyze log files and user feedback to improve usability
  • Coordinate the work of design and development teams to implement online materials
  • Design, and deliver web site training to CALGB members and staff on a quarterly basis
  • Ensure overall technical integrity of the hardware and software components of the CALGB web servers/sites
  • Accountable for budget, planning, management, and product/service delivery
  • Monitor web databases (MySQL) and web servers (Apache) for integrity, acceptable performance, and accessibility
  • Provide second level support to the Network Administrator

University of Chicago – June 1999 – October 1999

Cancer and Leukemia Group B

Technical Support Specialist

  • Supported and maintained all CALGB Central Office systems including desktop and workgroup server systems, printers, scanners, networking, and software packages
  • Researched, evaluated, and recommended hardware and software solutions
  • Coordinated and installed all new hardware and software onto servers and desktop computers (including planning the Mac OS X/ Mac OS X Server migration)
  • Provided training and documentation for office staff before and after major changes and upgrades

The Pennsylvania State University – January 1998 – May 1999

The Information Technology Group in the College of Arts and Architecture

Tech Support Consultant

  • Performed large-scale hardware and software installations for the college Deans and their administrative users
  • Trained the administrative users with different software packages
  • Maintained and configured the file server and web server for the college

The Pennsylvania State University – January 1997 – May 1997

The Center for Acedemic Computing

Student Trainer

  • Trained faculty, staff, and, students on Microsoft Office, HTML, web browsers, and email applications
  • Assisted senior staff instructors in training Adobe PhotoShop, Adobe PageMaker, and advanced HTML as well assisting professors create Web pages that would enhance their respective curricula.


The Pennsylvania State University – College of Liberal Arts: BA History; BA American Studies; December 1998


University of Illinois/O’Reilly – Linux/Unix System Administration Certificate: 03/2005
Apple – Apple Certified Help Desk Specialist (ACHDS): 04/2005


Apple Consultants Network

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