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Experienced technologist with 10+ years in Internet/Intranet project delivery.Skilled at producing effective, efficient Internet systems to solve complex business problems to meet strategic business goals.Manage 10 person team responsible for delivering requirements and analysis using reusable methodology for four key multi release programs with JP Morgan.Additional consulting experience building Internet architecture components and data modeling with Accenture.Successful experience managing offshore workforce.MBA from the Kellogg School of Management.




JP Morgan, Chicago, IL������������������������������������������� January 2005 to Present

Business Analysis Manager�Treasury and Security Services





Major Projects:


          Customer On-boarding:Responsible for working with four application programs to shape a consistent technology approach to on-boarding new commercial clients.Led team of ten business analysts responsible for working with business users to leverage RUP to complete requirements, build use case models, create use cases, and develop user interface specifications for onshore and offshore development teams.


Results:Led analysis team for four programs through requirements and analysis for three annual releases.Contributor to overall architectural direction critical to addressing the business need to reduce the time from point-of-sale to revenue generation for commercial customer on-boarding.Led team of offshore development partners to develop a proof-of-concept to evaluate business process management software candidates.Refined requirements and analysis processes to produce a consistent repeatable process.


          Integrated Service Desktop:Responsible for leading team in transforming business requirements into meaningful deliverables including program roadmaps, use cases, and user interfaces to achieve technology and business goals for the Integrated Service Desktop.Helped direct the creation of a suite of reusable services (SOA) for Client Service and Onboarding programs


Results:Helped shape the analysis phase across two separate technology teams into one cohesive process.Consistently delivered analysis deliverables ahead of estimate to help recover a portion of time lost due to extended business requirements gathering.Introduced and executed a structured plan to produce a consistent flow of requirements to multiple development teams to fuel three releases each year.Created compatible deliverable process for on-shore and off-shore development team.


Accenture, Chicago, IL�������������������������������������������������������� October 1999 to January 2005

Manager�Global Architecture and Core Technology





Major Projects:


          Colorado Department of Labor and Employment:Conversion Team Lead-- Responsible for reverse engineering and running a multi-million record data conversion.In addition, led team in creating several conversion interfaces that permitted a major positive alteration of the release schedule.


Results:Starting with a completely undocumented process was able to lead team to document, execute, and improve the conversion process.Surpassed client expectations of less than 0.1% data conversion errors.Led team to create successful interfaces that performed in a fraction of the performance requirement.


          Morgan Stanley: Lead Functional Architect�Responsible for working with teams in New York and India to build a firm standard Internet/Intranet security framework and management interface.Responsible for leading team to complete object and entity modeling, translate requirements into use cases, build prototype, and conduct user discussions.Coordinated and led user acceptance testing effort in London.Responsible for phase two design effort in Bangalore, India and shaping second phase integration strategy with other security projects.


Results:Gained acceptance for functional designs from six different groups of key stakeholders early in project lifecycle by effectively explaining complex security concepts.Convinced key executive directors to accept entity model and security enforcement policies.Conducted successful user acceptance testing in London, with all users agreeing the solution was ready for release after the first round of testing.Ultimately, the security framework and management interface released within the original scheduled timeframe using a mixed on-shore/off-shore development model.


          Fortune 500 Insurance Company:Development Team Lead/Lead Middle Tier Architect�Responsible for leading design and development of the Authorization and Administration API layer for the Internet/Intranet security framework built to support custom development throughout the enterprise.


Results:Able to initiate and enforce a peer and supervisor code review process, significantly reducing syntax and implementation defects.Successfully persuaded client data modeling team to incorporate changes that would promote data integrity and reduce development time.Led additional development teams to adopt development best practices and standards created by architecture and middle tier team.


          eGovernment Market Offering:Developer/eGovernment Accelerator ArchitectInitially responsible for developing part of the execution architecture of the eGovernment Accelerator Solution.After solution completion, was designated as the eGovernment Accelerator Architect, responsible for training consultants and jump-starting projects.In addition, worked with Microsoft multiple times to enhance the solution with parts of the Microsoft Government Solution Offering.


Results:Redesigned and redeveloped Internet solution to be modular to allow more choice to each individual client.Trained teams on projects in Ireland, Germany, England, Brazil, and the United States, as well as led training courses for Accenture members from Canada, South Africa, Italy, France, and New Zealand.In total, the solution was sold 27 times across the globe.


          Global Markets Portal Internal Initiative:Developer/eNow Coach�Responsible for developing four logical units of work (development from database access layer through user interface) for an intranet portal application used by Accenture executives to sell and manage work.Part of team responsible for transferring support of the portal from development team to support team in Madrid.


Results:As a new developer, completed first transactional logical unit of work that was used as the example for other developers.Recognized as a go-to person on the development team.Personally trained six members of the Madrid support team in less than three months.




Masters of Business Administration, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University -� 2008

          Concentrations in Marketing, Management and Strategy, and Analytical Consulting

Activities:Honor Code Committee, Case Competition Team


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University�1999

          Concentrations in Computer Information Systems, Operations Management, and International Business

          Minors in Mathematics and Spanish

Activities:Alpha Kappa Psi, IUSA Supreme Court, Volunteer Percussion Instructor, Kelley School of Business International Case Competition Team