I am a 2020 and 2021 UiPath MVP with a passion for meaningful work.
Known locally as Centric Consulting Miami’s Swiss army knife, I have an array of management and technical skills across Process Automation, agile & waterfall portfolios, programs, and projects, Microsoft 365, AWS, DevOps, and more.
I have nearly 20 years of experience as a Senior Technician, Program, Project, and Account Manager. I’ve worked for clients across multiple industries, including healthcare, insurance, field services, financial services, and technology.
I hold the UiPath Advanced RPA Developer Certification and teach DevOps through The Phoenix Project Business Simulation workshop. I’m also a certified Microsoft Office Specialist Master, AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner, Project Management Professional, Agile Certified Practitioner, and Certified ScrumMaster.
Master of Business Administration, University of North Florida
Bachelor of Science, Computer and Information Sciences, University of North Florida
Ask Me About
Process Automation, Agile, Project Management, DevOps, Office 365
Get to Know Me
I am a devoted wife to Joshua Dixon, a Jacksonville Fire Rescue officer, and mother to four children, ages 10 to 14. I am a graduate of Leadership Jacksonville, Class of 2019 and a board member of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Jacksonville, Florida. I am passionate about process excellence, women in STEM, and education as a springboard for future success across all community groups.
What do you like to do for fun?
I enjoy practicing Jiu-Jitsu, dancing, traveling, dining, and cooking when I have enough free time.
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given?
“If you can’t ask for help without self-judgment, you cannot offer help without judging others.” – Brené Brown
Where is your happy place?
Definitely in the water. I enjoy swimming and love the peacefulness of being on or in the water.
Never underestimate spending time on what’s important. RPA is not about what you can automate, it’s about more focus on what you can’t automate, because meaning matters.