I love technology. I've been working with computers privately for 5+ years, and I've finally decided to pursue a career in a field that I love. I am working towards a Bachelors of Science in Information Technology Management, which I intend to use to work towards becoming a Systems Administrator, and eventually an Information Security Professional.
I love challenges, and I'm driven by them. Few things will get me excited about my work like a good challenge. I spend much of my free time honing and improving my skills so I am able to step in and be an effective member of any team from day one and start contributing right away.
I have been chosen to train and teach numerous topics, both in the military and in my civilian work. Whether the topic is weapons systems or leadership tactics or security procedures, my ability to take a complex subject and explain it in a way that anyone could understand it has served me well.
My ability to manage my time effectively and prioritize responsibilities is exceptional, and I would consider it one of my best qualities.
My ability to analyze problems and determine effective solutions led me to resolving my unit's problem of tracking online training for soldiers within the unit. By converting an outdated MS Excel spreadsheet to an easy to use and maintain MS Access desktop database, I was able to bring a 3 month backlog up to date within one month of receiving the responsibility. This led to me being assigned sole responsibility for tracking online training for the entire unit of 165+ soldiers.
I really would love to network and connect with people who can find a mutual benefit from our relationship.
My ability to accomplish my goals is limited only by the number of challenges I have in front of me. If you have a challenge in mind, or could use some of my skills, feel free to contact me so we can talk about it. I look forward to hearing from you soon!