Academic Experience

In late 2006 I graduated from Neumont University at the top of my class, honored summa cud laude, and was the Valedictorian giving the commencement speech to my graduating class. I received my degree after completing an extremely rigorous accelerated program in which a standard 4 year Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree was taught over the course of 2 years. To give you an idea of the intensity, I attended courses 8 hours a day and completed 4-6 hours of homework a night for 24 consecutive months. In the end, my cumulative GPA was 3.9125.     

In 2010, my work took me abroad and deep into southeast Asia. I was contacted by one of my old Neumont professors who was at the time working for INTI Laureate International Universities (a Laureate International University) as their CIO. He asked that I come assist them in bringing their current hardware infrastructure up to date as well as replace their software systems with custom built solutions of my own design. As part of the contract I was offered the chance to earn a Masters of Science in Information Technology. Unfortunately, with only a few completed courses, I came home before I was able to complete the degree. This was due to the quick timeframes in which, projects vital to my purpose there, were completed as well as changes in the corporate IT initiatives and direction. Ever since, it has been my goal to finish what I started, and obtain a Masters of Science in Technology.

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