I will solve your technology problems, large or small. When something is broken, I fix it – I throw water on a fire, not gasoline. I keep calm, get the right people in the room, and work through the issue until resolved and the root cause identified and addressed. I am process oriented, and I document everything I do so the organization is never held hostage by my institutional knowledge.
I will lead large IT projects for your organization and help you execute them successfully and on-time. I am certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) and I have taught a certification course for the CompTIA Project+ project management certification. I began managing six-figure IT projects as early as 2010 when I assumed the role of an IT director at a local university and have been doing so ever since.
If you need a leader to help you with strategy and execution, I will fill that void in your organization. I have been building and leading teams full-time since 2010, and I have an MBA from UNC Kenan-Flagler. I leverage the Franklin Covey 4 Disciplines of Execution to get your team back on track and focused on what matters. I quickly address dysfunction on teams and lead teams to great performance through my leader/leader leadership style and attention on results. I have implemented the systems necessary for business operations to function effectively, including thorough documentation of systems and processes, cross training, and big-picture thinking to focus energy on simple, reliable solutions that align with the strategic needs of the organization.
As a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), I will help you get your information security program on the right track, or get it off the ground if you’re just getting started. I have the experience of managing a 10-person information security team and all the complexities that go with it.
Think you don’t need an infosec program? Think again: 60 percent of small businesses fold within 6 months of a cyber attack.