I have worked in various IT fields for over a decade. Continue reading for my resume as well as freelance services and pricing.
When I was 12 years old my family got AOL. At some point I ended up on keyword HTML. It was like a whole new world opened up to me.
I began building my own “hello world” websites. When Geocities came out I used this knowledge to customize my site beyond the given templates. As time went on and the internet matured so did I. I learned CSS and slowly web design “best practices” became available.
After high school the tech world got away from me. I started college as a music major. It didn’t pan out, and I ended up slowly working my way up in the IT world through both FTE and freelancing. After bouncing around between web and graphic design, help desk, QA, and dabbling in web development I finally landed on my feet in the world of data and business analysis.
As a report writer I have worked extensively with SSMS and SSRS, and at one point worked with the quite antiquated Infomaker. My work in SQL and other technical fields helped immensely when I made the transition to Business Analyst. I’ve successfully co-managed many projects, provided great insight into the technical needs of project requirements, creating product wire frames and mock ups, thoroughly researched all solutions, and also acted as translator between the development staff and the customer.
IT Business Analyst, Report Writer, and UX Specialist.
Owner & CEO, VIAB LLC
Smyrna, GA — 2016-Present
In late 2015 I came up with the idea for a very basic inventory management system aimed towards smaller than small businesses. People who rent out booths and spaces in antique shops, craft malls, and even craft shows. Currently the web app, Vendor In A Box, is in development. You can find out more here.
Business Analyst, Woodruff Arts Center
Atlanta, GA — 2014-Present
In 2014 I took the opportunity to become a member of the IT department at the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta. I’ve always loved the arts so the benefits of working for an arts center and being a part of their growth was very appealing to me. While at Woodruff I made the transition from Systems Analyst to Business Analyst for the IT Project Management team.
Business Intelligence Analyst, Optima/XPO Last Mile
Roswell, GA — 2009-2014
I began at Optima Service Solutions in 2009 as an entry level software tester. My previous experience allowed me to quickly begin taking on many other roles such as tech support and web design. In 2013 Optima was acquired by XPO and became XPO Last Mile.
Microstation Specialist, UC/Synergetic
Atlanta, GA — 2008-2009
Douglasville, GA — 2006-2007
2778: Writing Queries using MS SQL Server 2008 Transact-SQL
– June 2014
– February 2014