Burton Group, Senior Analyst, Network & Telecom 2006-present
Produces original research in the field of telecom as an industry analyst and serving the F500/G1000. Available for light
consulting and consultation to enterprises.
Alcatel, VP Architecture & Engineering, IPTV 2004-2006
Reporting to the SVP of Integrated Services Division. Serving in a role as head of the Architecture and Engineering Team
to perform System Integrations for Alcatel. Alcatel is the sole integrator of the Microsoft IPTV platform. Involved in all
aspects of business to include Business Development, Sales, Architecture, Engineering, Installation and Operation.
Customers include SBC, BellSouth, Cincinnati Bell, Frontier, Bell Canada, TNZ, CenturyTel, etc.
Alcatel, Chief Technical Officer - IP Division 2003-2004
Reporting to the President, IP Division. Valued member of staff providing input and advice from a service provider view.
Provides advice with regard to technology and corporate investment. Participates in and provides strategy for various
customer engagements in North America and around the world. Responsible for interaction with various corporate CTO
functions including Standards (IETF, IEEE, etc.), Research and Innovation and Group level direction.
Conxion Corporation, Vice President Technology 2002-2003
Directs all aspects of technology development for a small Internet services firm, including hosting and software
development, network operations, engineering, and new product development. Instituted organizational changes and
procedures to delineate engineering and operations functions. Created a financial model of the network to guide sales and
Cable & Wireless, Vice President – Engineering 1998-2001
Oversaw a large department in the US, EU, UK and Japan comprised of various engineering, software development, and
build disciplines. Supervised third level ATM/FR/IP and Optical Transmission operations teams. Led the continuous
development and support of software packages used in customer billing, customer reporting, and marketing information.
Served as the technical architect of the C&W global network, one of the largest Internet networks in service today,
encompassing systems, optical transmission, procedures, and topology. Recognized as an innovator by upper
management; was able to steer the business in new and profitable ways.
MCI, Senior Manager and Senior Engineer 1994-1998
Directed engineers in the design and implementation of the Internet MCI backbone network during a period of explosive
growth (OC-3 to OC-48). Designed and led the development of a number of software packages for in-house use, as well
as for public release. Collaborated with MCI marketing staff to develop and market new and existing products. .
The National Institute of Health, Infrastructure Engineer 1989-1994
Served as part of a four-member team responsible for the campus medical research network. Held individual responsibility
for designing and implementing large networks within new construction on campus; completed the IT infrastructure in all of
the new buildings constructed on campus, on time, and within budget. Received a Director’s Award in 1994.