LeShawn L. Butts
IT Infrastructure Project Manager with proven success in collaborating with cross-functional and virtual teams to implement best practices and achieve shared goals. Experienced in working across all phases of project lifecycles to meet the stakeholders’ strategic plan while maintaining a stable and secure environment.
University of Houston
Bachelor of Science in Sports Administration
Minor: Organizational Leadership and Supervision
University of Phoenix
Master of Science in Information Systems Anticipated Graduation Date Dec. 2020
Business process improvement
Scope and project definition
CenterPoint Energy – IT Project Manager / Business Analyst (Contractor) April 2019 – Present
Planned, executed, and monitored all firewall policy implementation according to the project scope
Implemented process to identify critical application to ensure they are placed in the proper security container
Acted as the liaison to the program manager and network security team to develop a process to ensure the network security team meets the program deadlines.
Implemented and presented monthly KPI’s to all levels of management
Coordinated with network security vendors such as Palo Alto and Cisco to document and implement best practices
JP Morgan Chase Co. – IT Project Manager October 2016 – April 2019
Planned, executed, and monitored storage migration across multiple data centers
Facilitated weekly team meetings to document, provide status updates, and review any RCA changes
Presented quarterly KPI reports to all levels of management, in a quarterly basis to provide insight and track server and storage performance goals
Gathered data on storage availability across multiple datacenters to optimize storage allocation and redistribute storage as needed for internal clients
SME in implementations and optimizations of processes for AIX VIO and LPAR migrations, upgrades, and decommissions
Worked closely with application teams to ensure production and disaster recovery environment meets company standards.
Reduced costs of over 2.5 Million dollars since 2016 by implementing “state of the art” and decommissioning legacy infrastructure.
Cardinal Health - IT Business Analyst May 2015 – September 2016
Architect infrastructure and application solutions
Collaborated with SME’s to gather business requirements to design and develop physical to cloud solutions
Leveraged Visio to create process flow diagram
Cardinal Health – Analytics Intern August 2011 – January 2014
Analyzed and identified trends and established opportunities for business impact