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Information Security Technology

Marietta, GA
September 29, 2018

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Information Technology Security graduate seeking a challenging position in the field of IT infrastructure or IT security. Security experience with Georgia Tech Research Institute includes programming, testing, analysis, documentation, translation and communication of technical information, leadership, and training.


•Hardware: Workstations, laptops, servers, printers, switches, routers

•Software: Microsoft: Active Directory, Office suite, Skype for Business, Windows operating systems, WDS. SolarWinds, Spiceworks, PDQ Deploy & PDQ Inventory, Various Linux operating systems, Kali, WireShark

•Operations: Requirements Analysis, Inventory Management, System Migrations/Integrations


Georgia Tech Research Institute – Electronic Systems (ELSYS) Laboratory Atlanta, GA

IT Infrastructure & Operations Co-Op January 2015 – Present

Work in a team environment to complete helpdesk requests submitted by end users relating to various technical questions while adhering to an SLA

Deploy, monitor, maintain, and verify secure and stable operations of servers, workstations, laptops, and printers

Maintain an accurate system inventory and system specific analysis for over 500 systems in multiple locations throughout the United States

Special Project: FogProject – implemented a system for capturing and deploying images to various systems; documentation, analysis and training team members on this system.

Various Employers United States

Automotive & Diesel Technician June 1997 – March 2013

Diagnosed and repaired all makes and models of vehicles, including off-road equipment

Lead mechanic for multiple dealerships. Trained and mentored junior mechanics

Well-versed in all systems of vehicles (fuel, steering, engine, suspension, transmission, electrical, and hydraulics)


Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Concentration: Information Security & Assurance

Graduated: July 2018

Kennesaw State University (Southern Polytechnic State University program)

Marietta, GA


IT 4833 – Wireless Security: Wireless network creation to include vulnerabilities penetration testing using AirCrack-NG and Wireshark. Analysis, documentation and communication of network findings to stakeholders.

CSE 2300 – Discrete Structures: Programming to include random numbers creation, bubble and selection sort multiple iterations for time and comparison between multiple machines


Little League Baseball Coach 2011 - 2016

Oregon Park Marietta, GA

Asses players abilities, teach players proper technique, sportsmanship and the importance of teamwork

Ducks Unlimited Committee Member 2003 - 2008

Kennesaw Chapter / Palm Bay Chapter

Organize and work various fundraisers throughout the year

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