My career trajectory has been unorthodox, but ever so fun....
Before starting my own consulting firm, I spent five years working as a project manager in the museum industry creating interactive digital exhibits. In the seven years prior, I worked as a systems engineer in the aerospace industry on space robotics and satellite programs. And prior to that I was a wild-and-crazy kid who jumped at every opportunity that came my way - be it volunteering in Africa, travelling across Europe as a laser service technician, and learning to fly a plane before learning to drive a car.
In university, I was drawn to engineering as I am a naturally adept problem solver and a bit of a technology geek. But a career in engineering left me with a creative itch that needed to be scratched; so I transitioned to the world of digital exhibits which lives at the intersection of technology and design.
As a project manager and analyst, I find that my varied background is an asset to my role because it enables me to assess project and organizational challenges through a variety of different lenses. But what really sets me apart is that I possess that strange and wonderful mix of technical expertise, a creative eye, business acumen and the ability to get along with even the most surly stakeholders.
I approach my work with enthusiasm and a sense of adventure; but most importantly with the utmost integrity.
When I'm not keeping busy with work, you'll find me playing board games, strumming my ukelele, and generally making mischief. In short, I'm just your average fun-loving nerd.
Credentials and Qualifications
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