Senior Enlisted Leader
San Antonio, TX
Leadership | Management | Human Resources
Program | Project Management
Teaching | Instruction
Web Design | Development
Computer Hardware | Software
Electronic Intelligence Analysis | Reporting
Languages | Software
Microsoft Office Suite
Collaboration Tools (Slack | Teams | Trello | etc.)
Air Force ISR Agency Senior NCO of the Year Nominee, 53d Wing, 2020
Senior NCO of the Quarter, 497 OSS, 3Q 2017
Senior NCO of the Year, 31 IS, 2014
NCO of the Quarter, 31 IS, 2Q 2012
Branch Military Performer of the Year, 2011 & 2012
Distinguished Graduate, NCO Academy, 2011
Top Graduate, Electronic Intelligence Technical Training School, 2009
NCO of the Quarter, 2d SOS, 3Q 2007
Distinguished Graduate, Airman Leadership School, 2004
Project Management Professional Certification
Master's of Science in Management of Information Systems
Bachelor's of Science in Internet Software Systems Technology | 4.0 GPA
Associates of Applied Science in Intelligence Studies and Technology
Associates of Applied Science in Computer Science Technology
16-week program covering programming concepts, Ada, Assembler, Fortran, and COBOL
Family website for sharing pictures, videos, and news of what is going on in our lives. It also keeps track of what movies we've seen, books we've read, and games I've played. It tracks our workouts, weigh ins, and special events. It is like 20 apps in one.
Currently hosts my indie idle RPG project, Awesome Theory Idle. Started out as a humor and satire site that morphed into a unique browser-based MMORPG. Players could duel each other or fight random monsters. They could find equipment and upgrade it. There were social aspects of the site that gave participation rewards that fed into the game aspect. It launched in 2007 and at it peaked in 2008 at 250 or so unique users and 30 concurrent users. Development stopped in 2009 though the site remained up and accessible through 2016 until php version changes made it unplayable.
I love pizza, so I decided to start a pizza blog where I review places I have been and talk about topics related to pizza.
A seldom used blog where I discuss web programming, design, and development, specifically focusing on my efforts to figure out problems and challenges to what I want to do. Also hosts my custom Acrophbia application that I developed from an old web-based game on Bezerk.com in the late 1990s. I've used the app to fuel ice breakers and fun social events.
This site is still in development. I also love pinball, and this will be a blog/resource site for other pinball lovers.