I graduated from Liberty University with a B.S in Business Management. In 2011 I moved to Colorado and started working for a mid-sized data & technology company that specialized in employee drug screening. Soon after, I contracted to work at IBM managing their information and security audit team. At IBM I led an international team that was responsible for maintaining Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) servers for healthcare providers. In 2014, I started working for Lockheed Martin. While working business development and program management at Lockheed Martin, I have gained experience in working with teams to develop business optimization plans that include building a $350M manufacturing facility, relocating a multi-billion-dollar program, developing a multi-billion-dollar government proposal, leading a diverse team of satellite engineers charged with developing improvements to the future GPSIIIF satellites and managing multiple programs valued in the tens of millions of dollars.
Apart from my professional career, the number one thing that defines who I am and what I am about is my relationship with Jesus Christ. The second would be my relationship with my wife and parenting our three children. I am an active member of The Shelter Foundation where I can support my good friend and be a part of an impactful ministry for First Responders and their families. I am an active board member and lead her organization’s finances. Outside of work and church I enjoy spending time with my family and friends.
Our mission is to serve and help local businesses reach their potential through outsourced program management, bookkeeping, cost analysis, and optimization.