About me

Here is where I am going to share some information on who I am and accomplishments I’m proud of.  It is also known as the ego section, but the main reason it is here is to lend credibility to some materials on the site.  That way, you know it isn’t a random person putting up information with an unknown background.


My background actually is founded in Electronics Engineering Technology.  I received my B.S. in 2001 from DeVry University.  I was a member of the Tau Alpha Pi National Honor Society for students in Engineering Technology programs.  In December of 2009, I completed my MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management.  This degree contained a concentration in K-12 Administration.


2001 is when I started working in schools with a focus on technology.  Through the years this is progressed from a part-time position to a full-time position, and from desktop support to network and server administration.  Through these positions I’ve been able to learn and apply concepts that have allowed for knowledge scaffolding.  I feel by progressing through these various positions, a relational view is seen as to how each area has an impact on the others.


Accomplishments are the areas I feel define an individual.  Most everyone works, everyone has educational experience, but what each does with their knowledge sets them apart from the rest of the population.  It is this experiential knowledge that is beneficial.  Among the accomplishments I am proud of:

  • Obtaining my Apple Certified Systems Administrator (ACSA) certification.
  • Contributing to various Macintosh online communities and sharing knowledge to help others.
  • Publishing a guide on Systems Integration between Novell eDirectory and Apple OS X Systems
  • Presenting at the LabMan conference held at Cornell University in 2005.
  • Contributing to Arek Dreyer’s technical guide on Directory Services Administration for Mac OS X Server 10.5 and 10.6.
  • Selected as a presenter at MacWorld 2010 on Enterprise Mac Integration.
  • Serving on the executive board of MacEnterprise, a non-for profit online user group focusing on Macintosh systems administration.

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