I am an independent contractor specializing in Adobe LiveCycle and Web Development.
I have over 13 years of IT exeperience, including extensive experience with large scale enterprise-level systems. I bring a combination of technical and interpersonal skills that enables me to effectively communicate with technical personnel and business executives. I have successfully delievered large technology projects on schedule/on budget and in alignment with the business objectives. Organizations I have done projects for include, Adobe, Center of Disease Control, Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services, California Department of Insurance, and Twin Technologies.
Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services
10/2012 – 3/31/2013
Senior Adobe Livecycle Developer
Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA
from 8/2012 - 12/2012
Senior Adobe LiveCycle Form Designer
Procter and Gamble
from 6/2012 – Present
Senior Adobe LiveCycle Developer
Developed Web Service that integrates with Procter and Gamble's document management system, to dynamically convert Native documents to PDF with PDF Generators ES2 and apply custom watermarks, header and footers using Assembler. Installed and Configured LiveCycle PDF Generator ES2.5 on clients QA and Production Server.
California Department of Insurance
9/2011 - 12/2012
Adobe Livecycle Developer
Development of Automated Insurance applications and workflows using LiveCycle ES2.5. LiveCycle components used: Forms ES2.5, Output ES2.5, Reader Extensions ES2.5, PDF Generator ES2.5 and Process Management ES2.5, deployed on JBoss Application Server. Developed Custom Adobe LiveCycle DSC JAVA components to interface with external systems. Assisted with LiveCycle and Microsoft SharePoint Integration, which enables LiveCycle to write files directly to SharePoint and allow users to view LiveCycle status and statistics via Microsoft SharePoint Dashboard.
Georgia State University
J. Mack Robinson School of Businnes
MS in Information Systems
Louisiana State University
School of Arts and Science
BS in Psychology