I am a digital transformation and project management professional (PMP), with over 20 years of experience working in the domains of computer science, education, and healthcare.
Starting with a technical career in biotechnology and microanalytical chemistry, I transitioned to a more creative path while working at IBM, becoming a video and multimedia producer, creating highly successful news, information and marketing programs.
In 1994, I led a multidisciplinary grass-roots team in creating one of IBM’s first Internet web sites (chips.ibm.com) and an intranet web site that was integral to IBM’s profitable move into the microelectronics OEM business, for which I received IBM’s “Outstanding Technical Achievement” award.
I moved into Healthcare in 2005 when I became Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital’s first eHealth director, where I built the department into an award winning team providing Internet and TeleHealth solutions for the hospital’s various audiences and business needs.
Currently, I am an IT Project Manager at the University of Florida working on a variety of digital transformation projects. I recently received the “Elite Gator” award for the implementation of a Building Information Modeling (BIM) system that is revolutionizing planning, design and construction management at the university.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org