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Brad Leue - Freelance Nature Photography & Photography
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I am a freelance photographer with a large stock list of images ranging from music and band photography to artistic, coastal, bushland, advertising, promotion and more. Through numerous years of working on my imaging skills, i have developed a large amount of art and design pieces ready for use. Options range from interior decoration, greeting cards, calendars, posters, books, magazines,...
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Andrew Morphett - Freelance Videography & Photography
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My name is Andrew and I love to create films and travel. I have 10 years' experience in video editing and 3 years' drone flying. I have travelled the world, capturing every magical adventure. I always have a camera by my side. Originally, I'm from the outback country town Marree, in South Australia, where I attended School of the Air. My mother was my teacher and my brothers were my class...
Para Vista, South Australia, Australia
Mignon - Freelance Videography & Photography
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Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Thach - Freelance Photo Editing & Photography
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Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Kimberley Carnell - Freelance Photography & Wedding Photography
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Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Deborah Batham - Freelance Photography & Multimedia
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Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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Laura Pacheco-Sierra - Freelance Art & Mural Painting
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I have taught myself since early days, ideas just flew into my head, and when something was broken or damaged at home I quickly thought of recycling it in a new design. I have worked with a variety of media, including but not limited to fine art, painting Murals, faux finishing and furniture decoration, Dressmaking (including embroidery, sawing and fancy dress) glass painting, portraits, decoration and crafts. I like to restore, paint and decorate furniture, DIY, Decoration, I have been using a wide variety of medium; oleos, acrylics, water colour, collages, pastels, bleaching, inks and not only in paintings. The tendency of my stile is realist, surrealist working on landscapes, murals, portraits, illustration, Photoshop, graphics. I registered for a foundation course in Art and Design and I did a Graphic Design course and gain few distinctions. Also I did many few other short courses just for the sake of interacting and keeping in touch with other artists and art events like competitions and exhibitions. In 2005 I enrolled in a Illustration course and entry a completion my work was selected by V&A for the project called “Inspired By…” with an exhibition that run from May to July 2005 Having always committed to a high standard and enjoy working in creative environments I am able to encourage and inspire others and work as part of a team, or use my own initiative.
London, London, United Kingdom
Shannon Russell - Freelance Technical Writing & Fiction Writing
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EDUCATION Master of Science in Library Science - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Information & Library Science in Chapel Hill, NC Bachelor of Arts in English - St. Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg, NC PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Peak Processing Employee (Scorer), Apr - May 2010 for NCS Pearson, Inc. in Coralville, IA Using my home computer and software provided by Pearson, read and scored elementary school Reading and high school Mathematics problems while exceeding speed and accuracy criteria as determined by the client, including 1-2 days training on prompts and procedures for each project. Completed 8 projects, including projects in 2007, 2008 & 2009. Customer Sales Representative, Sep 2005 - Feb 2007 for West Corporation in Loves Park, IL In a busy call center environment, sold financial products to callers responding to mailed offers from a major credit card issuer, generating $1000s in business. Provided superior customer assistance to the patrons of a major bank, redirecting calls and resolving customer complaints. Selected to be successfully trained on additional product lines. Reader/Evaluator, Mar - Jun 2003 for Measurement, Incorporated in Durham, NC Read and evaluated hand-written student essays according to testing criteria determined by clients. Each project included 2-7 days training on prompts and scoring criteria. Completed more than 30 projects over 11 years (including 1992-93, 1995-97, 1999, 2001-02). Recommended as Team Leader by Scoring Director in 1997. Reference Librarian, Nov 2001 – May 2002 for Durham County Public Library in Durham, NC Instructed and assisted patrons of all ages in the use of library and Internet resources in busy urban branch library. Selected new sources for adult reference. Weeded outdated or superseded materials from all reference collections. Administrative Assistant, Oct 2001 - Mar 2002 for Measurement, Incorporated in Durham, NC Registered students and answered parent inquiries for a standardized test used as entrance criteria for private school. Reference Librarian, Oct 2000 - Feb 2001 for Harnett County Public Library in Lillington, NC Provided reference service for patrons, including instruction in library and computer use at a main county library. Revised subject research guides for use by patrons. Weeded old books from the adult reference collection. Library Assistant, Oct 1999 - Sep 2000 for North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC For Digital Library Initiatives, tested equipment and procedures for new digital scanning lab, including high speed document, flatbed, and microform scanners on multiple platforms. Wrote "how-to" guides for use of equipment by staff and students. Assisted and trained visitors in the use of the lab. For Access & Delivery Services, Course Reserves & Current Periodicals, scanned and entered into DRA over 1000 documents to be used by students as electronic course reserves. Consulted in evaluation of software for OCR conversion into HTML of reserve materials for access. Completed masking project to make older materials unavailable while the courses were not being taught. Technical Writer, Nov - Dec 1999 for Quality Staffing Solutions in Cary, NC On assignment for CONSUL Risk Management, evaluated and updated all their advertising brochure templates with attention to established branding standards and procedures. Librarian, Sep 1997 - Jun 1999 for Keystone Systems in Raleigh, NC Responded as first level support for library automation system when customers from multiple libraries across the United States called the help desk. Updated and maintained installation and user guides, and reference manual for software and databases. Installation guide used primarily by technical staff. Produced and edited screen shots and described in detail software functions and procedures as required. Wrote several short "how to" guides for various features of the program, documenting new features that were not included in previous manuals and guides. Successfully trained client staff onsite and assisted in technical installation of software and hardware for 12 - 20 new client libraries. VOLUNTEER Americorps*VISTA, Nov 2003 - Nov 2004 for Corporation for National and Community Services in Washington, DC For YouthBuild Rockford in Rockford, IL, enhanced leadership and social skills of YouthBuild trainees through the provision of community service, social and networking opportunities. Developed procedures and taught trainees how to present the Who Am I? self-esteem and violence prevention program for children and youth to be deployed at local elementary schools. Coordinated donations, publicity, client intake and delivery for Project Welcome Home, a community furniture bank. Intern, Dec 1994 – May 1995 for North Carolina Writer’s Network in Carrboro, NC Supervised weekly periodicals and monographic cataloging after consulting with staff and training a volunteer on library procedures. Recommended agenda for further development of the collection. Evaluated vertical file system and implemented necessary changes.
Rockford, Illinois, United States
Brandon LaGanke - Freelance Advertising & Video Production
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EXPERIENCE MANAGER, CREATIVE COMMUNICATIONS TBWA\Worldwide New York, New York 2007-Present - Concept, write and direct various content for global and local brands such as Absolut, Kraft, Standard Chartered Bank and Mars. The work includes viral content, web films and corporate videos. - Collaborated with TBWA\Singapore on Standard Chartered Bank’s digital campaign for Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Shot and created all online content. - Creator and manager of TBWA\Worldwide's editorial and production department. - Wrote, directed, shot and edited a feature-length documentary about the global TBWA network - shot in 11 cities throughout the world in 30 days. The film premiered in over 20 countries and has inspired over 13,000 TBWA employees. - Manager of TBWA's internal Film Festival, which has strengthened TBWA's global clients and has produced numerous national and global TV and Viral works for Amnesty, Pepsi, Absolut and Pedigree. - Responsible for bringing the Cannes Lion Festival to the entire TBWA network and creative trade publications via viral films and various short documentaries. - Worked with TBWA's global PR Director on releasing senior management's publications. Assisted the writing of Jean-Marie Dru's "Beyond Disruption" and helped launch John Hunt's "The Art of the Idea" virally. WORLDWIDE COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR TBWA\Worldwide New York, New York 2005-2007 - Managed and wrote internal communication for Chairman, Jean-Marie Dru, Worldwide Creative Director, John Hunt and CEO, Tom Carroll. - Launched and helped manage TBWA's internal portal, Mytbwa.com, a private digital network intended to communicate to 256 offices/13,000 employees worldwide - Managed TBWA's global website, tbwa.com - Member of TBWA\Chiat\Day New York's Diversity council - Co-leader of TBWA's global "Creative Social Responsibility" team, which reduces the company's carbon footprint as well as cuts down on expenditures in over 256 offices worldwide. Omnicom is now implementing our program COPYWRITING INTERN Liggett-Stashower Cleveland, Ohio 2004-2005 - During my short time there I produced 3 national radio spots and an outdoor campaign. EDUCATION KENT STATE UNIVERSITY Bachelor of Arts, Advertising and Communication, May 2005 Minor – Journalism THE EDIT CENTER New York, New York — Fall 2007 SKILLS - (Editing) Avid, Final Cut Pro, Premier, After Effects - (Cameras) RED, 35mm, Super16, Phantom, HVX, EX3, 5D - (Design) Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Flash HOBBIES Director and writer of Music Videos, Short Films and Documentaries RECOGNITIONS Official selections: 2011 Slamdance Film Festival, 2011 SXSW Film Festival, 2011 Florida Film Festival, 2011 Telluride Film Festival, 2010 Best Director of a Short award at the New York Film and Video Festival REFERRALS Upon request WORK URL brandonlaganke.com
Bronx, New York, United States
Kat Zyga - Freelance Writing & Business Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$100
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KATHLEEN J. ZYGA, PhD, MBA DELIVERY DIRECTOR / PROGRAM and PMO MANAGER / SYSTEMS ENGINEER ? PhD - Intelligence Image Analysis ? MBA - Tech Mgmt & Op Research ? BS – Elect. Engineering/Sig. Proc. ? Program & Portfolio Management ? Business and Technical Expertise ? 20+ yrs International Experience ? Strong Communication Skills ? Persuasive Negotiator ? Expert Team Builder PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE July 2015 – Present DATA 2 DECISIONS COOPERATIVE RESEARCH CENTRE (D2D CRC) Delivery Director Reporting to the Chief Technology Officer and Chief Executive Officer, I am responsible for delivering a portfolio of projects in the application of Big Data analytics in the defense intelligence and law enforcement domains, with a total value of approximately $60mil, and a combined team size of approximately 50 individuals across multiple disciplines. This includes planning and scheduling in an Agile development environment and with sensitive data; defense, industry, and university stakeholder engagement; program and project oversight; contract negotiation and management; strategic planning; risk management; Board reporting; and executive leadership. I have also played a leading role in the Training and Education Program of the CRC. This includes developing plans for a skills and competencies framework for data roles, and a plan for skills certification through Badging, that have been accepted by the Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) and will form the basis of a nationwide data uplift strategy. I’ve been requested to work closely with the APSC and the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet to fully develop and embed this framework. I have also developed short course offerings to fill identified gaps, particularly in defining the value of data analytics for defense intelligence managers. I’m engaged by the University of South Australia to develop and present an MBA course on data analytics for managers. While in this position I have continued to manage the Cross-Industry Data Analytics Community of Practice, including expansion into Melbourne and Sydney, and the development of a web site for the sharing and distribution of case studies and collaboration, funding, and training opportunities. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ December 2014 – July 2015 TELSTRA CORPORATION Ltd Senior Data Scientist, Business Insights With access to petabytes of operational data and a wide variety of analytical tools, responsible for the development of Business Insights to improve Operations at Australia's largest Telecommunications company, with a primary driver of improved customer service and advocacy. This includes finding better ways to source needed data, development and sourcing of algorithms and analytical tools, development of predictive models, and making recommendations for improvement actions to the Senior Leadership Team. Responsible for building an internal Big Data Community of Practice for the identification and consolidation of analytical skills within the organisation, as well as mentoring staff and advising on training needs. While in this position, also established a highly regarded cross-industry Big Data Analytics Community of Practice targeted at mid-level managers who are ultimately responsible for delivering benefits to the business. This forum has enabled sharing of challenges, presentation of solutions, and opportunities for partnering in issue resolution. Members are from multiple sectors, including utilities, resources, defence, retail, banking, government, education, and consulting. Started locally, there is strong demand for this to become a national forum, and this is currently in planning. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ May 2011 – November 2014 SMS MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY Portfolio/Program/PMO Management Primary roles included: ? Santos – Program Manager for Enterprise Systems Group, responsible for all aspects of management and delivery for portfolio with approximately $25mil annual budget. Responsibilities include resourcing; management, coaching, and leadership of project resources; ensuring compliance with PMO standards; planning and designing the sub-portfolio and monitoring overall progress, resolving issues and taking corrective action when necessary; ensuring adherence to architectural principles via the Architecture Governance Board; and ensuring that all projects deliver agreed scope and business outcomes under agreed schedule and budget limits, have identified dependencies, risks and issues with appropriate mitigation plans, and transition effectively to support teams. Also contributed significantly to process improvement within the PMO and technical stream, including improved risk management, scope change management, resource management, portfolio reporting, standardized testing, lessons learned, and organisational change management. Led two project recovery efforts, including dismissal and restaffing. ? SA Health – Conducted a Benefits Review of the Bedside Computers project, including current status, recommendations for remedial action, and a recommended framework to improve future benefits identification and tracking. ? University of Adelaide – PMO Manger. Greenfields engagement to establish and embed processes for a new IT PMO in an environment with little project management maturity. Designed and tailored processes to suit the organisational requirements, including a complete project management framework, technical and programmatic governance, vendor engagement, risk management, change management, and stakeholder management. Conducted all portfolio gate reviews, and made recommendations to management regarding further process and organisational structure improvements. Conducted two project recovery efforts, including project status evaluation and recommendations for recovery, as well as implementing those recommendations. ? Bendigo and Adelaide Bank – Conducted a large Program Health Check on the Basel II accreditation program, incorporating multiple subprojects and executive level interviews. ? SA Police (SAPOL) – Contributed to the ICT Future Directions strategy for the next 3 to 5 years. This included an analysis of business requirements, current state of systems and processes, and technology opportunities. This strategy formed the foundation of a technology roadmap to guide SAPOL’s move into modern policing methods. ? BHP Billiton – Conducted a number of project Health Checks, providing insight and recommendations to improve project management processes. Developed the methodology for related Health Checks, including Program, Quality Assurance and Testing, and PMO Services. ? Telstra – Responsible for all aspects of IT Project Management with Australia’s largest telecommunications company, including project planning and control, scheduling, estimation, document control, stakeholder management, budgeting and financial control, team leadership, SOW preparation, domestic and offshore vendor management, and management reporting. Successful projects included rollover to IPv6, Managed Network Service Enhancements to deliver a new product range for Managed Data Networks, business application virtualization, and the rollout of the National Broadband Network. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ July 2007 – April 2011 DEFENCE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ORGANISATION (DSTO) Director, Operational Data Exploitation, DSTO Operations Support Centre Responsible for all aspects of leadership for the Operational Data Exploitation (ODE) team, whose mission was the acquisition, effective organization and storage, analysis, and understanding of all operationally relevant data, as well as researching new techniques in these areas. Major duties and accomplishments included: ? Built the ODE team from the ground up, including defining the vision and goals, hiring and training staff, developing operational data management policies, establishing links with Defence units around the world and pioneering data analysis techniques for operational data. ? Reported to the Head of DSTO Operations Support Centre (DOSC), with responsibilities encompassing strategic planning, scheduling, operational data management, stakeholder liaison, policy development, technical direction, research leadership, staff management, corporate governance, quality assurance, compliance and management reporting. Major contributor to DOSC Executive committee, defining strategic policy and responsible for overall governance. ? Led the research, development, and application of data analysis tools for the purpose of gaining insight into operational issues affecting Defence. This included managing a suite of projects encompassing knowledge management, data extraction and organisation, trend and pattern analysis, visual analytics, and threat anticipation. Delivered many analysis products and tools, including innovative temporal geospatial capability, natural language processing and extraction techniques, and agent based modelling for predictive modelling of group behaviour. ? Liaised with other Divisions within DSTO regarding technical resourcing and delivery issues, frequently negotiating the loan of specialist staff for short term projects and advocating collaborative effort on related projects where possible. ? Led the ODE team in the development of the largest Sharepoint system in the Southern Hemisphere, containing sensitive force protection information and analysis tools in a classified environment. This site was utilised by numerous organisations domestically and internationally, including operational troops. ? Assisted Defence clients at all levels in defining information and analysis requirements. This included the development of Operational Science and Technology Support Requests (OPSTSRs) and program management plans to ensure properly staged delivery of complex phased projects, as well as extensive knowledge of DSTO and commercial capabilities to meet those requirements. ? In April/May 2010, deployed to Afghanistan at the request of Joint Operations Command to study current Information Management systems, data sources, data clients, analysis requirements, hardware infrastructure, and dissemination practices in theatre, and to make recommendations for improvements. The resulting recommendations formed the foundation of a plan to revolutionize Intelligence Information Management for deployed forces, as well as international data sharing. ? In April 2011, deployed to East Timor at the specific request of the Commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) to assess requirements and initiate improvements to the intelligence and logistics data management capabilities of the command staff. While managing a highly political environment, delivered successful logistics dashboard and intelligence visualization projects that are still in use. Also provided scoping documents for other identified deficiencies that have led to additional projects. ? Led the ODE team in developing a comprehensive Information Management plan, including data models and unique schema for specific client database requirements, with a view to providing federated search and an information fusion capability for a deeper level of analysis. The ODE team design of a human terrain data model is being adopted by US Defense and the International Security Assistance Force as a best practice model. ? Authored several classified reports detailing current intelligence data management and analysis deficiencies, and proposed solutions. ? Have briefed all levels of Defence and industry personnel, and international partners, on technical plans and the results of DOSC and ODE team work. This has included Theatre Commanders, the Governor General of Australia, Chief of the Australian Army, and the director of JIEDDO in the USA, as well as broad audiences, such as at monthly DOSC briefings, CIED TF workshops, and symposia. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ May 2006 – July 2007 DEFENCE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ORGANISATION Systems Research Engineer, Maritime Operations Division Systems Research Engineer providing advice on development of a new maritime surveillance radar system for the ANZAC class frigate. ? Reported to the Head of Group, Anzac Systems Research. ? Responsibilities included stakeholder management, policy development, systems integration research, capability advice, compliance, and management reporting. ? Supervised a small team and contributed to all stages of the system lifecycle, including requirements analysis, system design, specification, development, testing, and implementation. ? Developed simulations to investigate and mitigate technical risk for the planned Anzac frigate Anti-Ship Missile Defence upgrades, including detailed system-of-systems modeling in CORE and Simulink/MATLAB. ? Advised on project cost control, scheduling all project activities and quality assurance. ? Identified and advised on project risks from an engineering perspective, including technical, financial, schedule and delivery risks. ? Joint recipient of DSTO Achievement Award for exceptional work on technical risk mitigation for Combat Systems Integration and Phased Array Radar upgrade. ? Authored regular reports for executive management, and several internal technical publications. ? Advised on the technical details of contracts developed for the design of the new radar systems. ? Maintained a sound understanding of combat management systems, surveillance radar, fire control platforms, target indication radar, RF design and capability, message passing and internal communications, hardware integration, software simulation, and open systems architecture. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ April 2003 – December 2005 US AIR FORCE RESEARCH LABORATORY Program Manager & Electronics Engineer ? Technical advisor for a suite of classified projects such as the Sensors to Shooters program, providing expertise in the area of image analysis and data mining for the formation of an addressable database of radar, visual, and land use/land cover image data. ? Supported the PING program by analysing signal reflectivity data using neural networking techniques, which assisted in verifying the utility of this technique for weapons detection and revealed inadequacies in data collection methods. ? Seconded to AFRL Information Directorate to advise on projects aimed at enabling visualization of event information from unstructured text and fusion of entity information from textual data sources such as human intelligence. ? Analysed project tasks from syntactic, semantic and discourse perspectives, with an emphasis on inter-document and intra-document co-reference disambiguation and interface representation to facilitate user event and relationship understanding. ? Concurrently undertook private research in completing Ph.D. thesis for Logo Recognition in Document Imagery Using Neurophysiological Models. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ September 1998 – March 2003 US AIR FORCE RESEARCH LABORATORY Exchange Research Engineer, Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), South Australia As a selectee in AFOSR's Engineer and Scientist Exchange Program (ESEP), purpose was to promote international cooperation in military research and development by gaining insight into foreign R&D methods, encouraging technical interchange at a researcher level, and cultivating future international cooperative endeavours. Assignments included: ? Information Technology Division September 1999 - March 2003 Initially responsible for developing and implementing neural networking techniques for automatic logo recognition in document processing for military intelligence applications. Also acted as local expert on neural networks for voice signal processing applications. Presented results in Freiburg, Germany, Washington DC, and Brighton, UK. Granted an unprecedented second exchange term in conjunction with funding from host government to continue research in novel methods of logo recognition in document images while pursuing doctorate at the University of Adelaide. Resultant software package demonstrated rotation and scale invariant logo recognition, robust in the presence of noise and partial obscuration, generated international interest, and has been cited in numerous technical publications ? Surveillance Systems Division September 1998 - August 1999 Responsible for analysis and characterisation of sea clutter affecting the DSTO Ingara synthetic aperture radar system. Developed algorithms for sea reflectivity, statistical models for sea clutter, and required radar cross section for target detection in clutter. Participated in planning and conducting field tests for data collection and operational evaluation. Also acted as technical consultant on GPS navigation and recording, and advised on interaction with US government and contractors for Global Hawk intercommunication link. Presented research results in Paris and Munich. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ June 1989 – August 1998 UNITED STATES AIR FORCE Electronics Engineer Technical Program Manager for design, implementation, and testing of Advanced Airborne Surveillance Radar Systems. Experienced in managing multi-million dollar, multi-phased, high visibility technical programs, including researching and defining customer requirements, program development, establishing budgets and manpower requirements, vendor management, risk analysis, proposal evaluation, scheduling, control of funds, technical and financial tracking, directing technical personnel, and management reporting. Projects included: Joint Advanced Distributed Simulation of Joint STARS, to emulate complex ground battlefield data for operator training and tactical planning; Concealed Weapons Detection, to support local and federal law enforcement in crowd control using diverse passive and low-power sensors for non-invasive location and identification of weapons; Terrain-Scattered Jamming Characterisation and Mitigation; and Sensor to Shooter Technology, using SADL to relay updated mission data to fighter pilots without verbal communication. Extensive experience in ground and flight testing of experimental RF systems, and evaluation of resultant data, including the development and verification of bistatic radar tactics and geometries. Technical advisor for the Static Wing Testbed and Conformal Array Radar programs, providing expertise in the area of numerical analysis, noise mitigation, and pattern detection. Design of software for the investigation of phased array radar performance, evaluation of adaptive beamforming techniques, and the statistical characterisation of noise and terrain scattering effects. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1992 –1994 MOHAWK VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Utica, NY Adjunct Instructor of Physics May 1988 – August 1988 General Electric Company, Aerospace Division, Utica, NY Junior Engineer ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ EDUCATION ? Doctor of Philosophy, Electrical Engineering, December 2005 - The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia - Thesis title: Logo Recognition in Document Imagery Using Neurophysiological Models ? Master Of Business Administration, May 1994 - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY , emphasis in Technical Management and Operations Research ? Bachelor of Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, May 1989 - Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY - Emphasis in Signal Processing and Communications ? Associate of Science, Engineering Science, May 1987 - Mohawk Valley Community College, Utica, NY SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS ? Proficient in a variety of Program Management applications, including CA Clarity, SAP, CORE, and IBM Rational ClearQuest ? Advanced user of all MS Office applications, including MS Project and MS Visio ? Prince 2 Project Management Practitioner certification ? Agile trained and experienced ? Familiarity with SQL, Lavastorm, JMP, C++, and ability to easily learn new techniques and tools when required ? Highly proficient in MATLAB ? Current Australian Top Secret NV clearance ? Previously held USA Secret clearance PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS ? The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) ? Aerospace and Electronics Systems Society ? Computational Intelligence Society ? Big Data Community ? Technical Committee on Intelligent Informatics ? The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) ? The Project Management Institute (PMI) ? Professional references are available upon request. ?
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia