I am a Computer Science graduate who is determined to keep learning about new concepts within the technology industry. I thoroughly enjoy using Amazon Web Services and other cloud technologies. During my undergrad, I did three separate internships at BMW Manufacturing and The Home Depot. After leaving those internships, I found meaningful work near school at Morris Technology, where I worked part-time until graduation, at which time I moved up to a full-time role. In March 2018, I moved back home to Atlanta to take a position with GE, diving deeper into AWS. Just after a year, I moved up to a software engineering position on GE's cloud engineering team.
I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Georgia Southern University in May 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. In May 2021, I graduated from the Online Master of Science of Computer Science program at Georgia Tech.
In collaboration with Amazon Web Services, I recorded a video discussing how GE switched off of hardware MFA tokens and went completely virtual. In November 2021, I will be co-presenting a session (NET305) at AWS's annual re:Invent conference detailing how GE utilizes NetDevOps.
I was promoted within the GE Cloud Hosting Team
I completed my Master of Science in Computer Science.
I moved up to a position on GE's cloud team.
I moved back to Atlanta to dive further into Amazon Web Services.
I started the OMSCS program.
I got my degree and graduated with honors
I moved up to a full-time role and began advancing some of the company's infrastructure and tools.
I returned once again back to school and Morris Technology, but this time I took on a new leadership role.
I took a break from my part-time job and went to my final internship at a new company in order to gain perspective of how differing IT companies worked.
I returned to school and started a part-time job that would end up impacting my life more than I could know.
I returned to BMW for a second internship with a new team in which I functioned as if I was a full-time employee.
During my first internship, I learned what it was really like to be out in the real world and developed my professional skillset.
My first two internships were at BMW Manufacturing in Greenville, SC.
My third and final internship was with The Home Depot in Marietta, GA.
While at school, I worked part-time at Morris Technology, eventually moving up to full-time.
I went all in on becoming a cloud-focused software engineer.