I am comfortable with abstract thinking, which helps me color the walls of the future with the texture of quality. I have a real knack for understanding what makes people tick and I'm interested in making and improving technology and software to prevent them from going boom, so to speak.
I have led many student projects using Agile methodologies and feel that with multiple experiences in management, teaching and training, I would operate well in a leadership position. I am also open to diversifying a bit to help in anyway I can. I have dabbled in video game design and innovation with projects focusing on software and board game creation and iteration to develop fun and engaging solutions and playables.
Much of my interest, work and research deals with the ways people communicate cooperate and navigate through information and the psychology and motives behind how it all goes down. I would love to eventually end up working to provide technical solutions to aid in healthcare delivery, methods and education.
I am dedicated to spreading my interests far and wide so as to soak up any and all information I can. I act and sing in my spare time and like to keep a well rounded set of interests and hobbies. Whether it's paintball, shooting handguns at the range, going out to tee off or just take a hike, I am always ready to take on a new challenge or experience. I am an open book, so if you're interested, message me.
I currently am undergoing training for an Implementation Consultation position on different clinical research projects.
I work in the Behavioral Informatics lab where we investigate Data Driven ties to human behavior.
I assisted Professors in the department with in class instruction, outside tutoring, grading and other necessary prep for lectures. Spring 2017: OOP with Professor File-IP3 with Professor Obenchain Summer 2017: OOP with Professor Levine.
I assisted the staff by running test arrays for consumer electronic patent litigation.
I aided the research team through coding government transcripts of hearings pertaining to healthcare reform with respect to obesity. The aim was to study the evidence-based decision making of policymakers legislative actions.
I was a research intern working on background research and writing for the creative team.
I maintained operations and training while delivering hand crafted beverages to customers.
Coursework concentration in Data Analytics, Database Programming and Design, Machine Learning, Competitive Intelligence, Information Behavior and Organizational Management.
Coursework involves requlatory process requirements analysis, project planning and projections of market opportunities in the sector.
Coursework concentration in Programming and Design, Game Production and Inovation and Social Media Research.
Coursework Concentrations in Psychometrics, Behavioral Assesment, Bio-psych and related Neuro Elements and Organizational Pscyhology.
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