Core Competencies: Software engineering, systems and cloud architecture, and data collection, reporting, design, and analytics.
Educational Background and Experience: University of Maryland: BS, Computer Science; The John’s Hopkins University: MS, Computer Science.
Nearly 20 years of experience in software engineering, data architecture, and advanced analytics.
Work Focus: Primarily data collection and reporting in healthcare, labor, and international markets.
Daily Work Activities: Architecting and implementing data-driven, cloud, and web-based data collection, analysis and reporting software systems using open-source and proprietary technologies. I am also responsible for managing the development teams who develop the systems mentioned above.
Primary Project at the Current Time: The U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) Bureau of International Labor Affairs Child Labor Beneficiary Monitoring Toolkit.
Three Projects that Demonstrate My Skill Set: (1) The DOL Job Corps Enrollment System Support, (2) The United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Measure USAID/Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH) Monitoring and Evaluation Support Activity, and (3) The National Institutes for Health’s State Health Policy Database for Research.