I am responsible for providing the technical vision and architectural oversight for the National Tech Service Line for Centric.
I have more than 25 years of experience in software development, spanning multiple platforms and generations of computing, including Unix, Linux, Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Embedded, Mobile, and Cloud.
My experience spans to multiple industries including healthcare, manufacturing, financial services, and professional services. I currently hold 8 patents, covering topics such as mobile apps, internet, biometric security, and driver safety technology.
- MBA, Operations Management, Florida Atlantic University
- Master of Science, Computer Science, Florida International University
- Bachelor of Science, Computer Science, Florida International University
Ask Me About
Mobile App Development, Cloud Technologies, Voice User Interfaces (Alexa and Chatbots), Internet of Things (IoT) and Innovation.
Get to Know Me
Outside of work, you’ll find me surfing, mountain biking, hiking, or running. I was blessed to be born and raised in South Florida where I can participate in any number of outdoor activities all year round. When I’m not enjoying the outdoors, I’m an avid reader of history and physics. I also play the guitar (rather poorly).
What’s favorite book and why?
Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Richard Bach. A short, simple, but powerful story about taking risks and having the courage to break away from the flock.
If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?
Read more: there are so many things to learn…
What’s your hidden talent?
You probably wouldn’t want to play Trivial Pursuit against me. I have an uncanny ability to remember useless facts, figures, and other random trivia.
“Innovation is one of Centric’s Core Values, we constantly seek to foster an entrepreneurial, hard-working, fun-loving culture that encourages innovation and prudent individual or team risk-taking within the context of our core values. To that end, one of my favorite quotes is ‘Life is NOT a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty & well-preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, totally worn out & loudly proclaiming — WOW–What a Ride!’”