As a public servant and proven technology leader, I posses over 18 years of leadership experience in aligning organizational priorities and product vision with technology strategy across top federal agencies and start-up environments impacting 20K+ stakeholders. During my career I have advised on and executed innovative global solutions with net worth of over $71 million while exercising fiscal responsibility in procurement and budget strategies. With an inclusive and collaborative leadership style, I engage with high-level stakeholders and top corporate executives across industries to build and grow high-performing product teams to achieve and communicate objectives.

Most recently, I served at the U.S. Department of State as the Senior Advisor for Digital Platforms where I implemented cloud computing solutions to empower a 21st century public diplomacy. I oversaw operations and development teams to quickly deliver software products and improve engagement, impacting hundreds of public affairs staff and hundreds of thousands of foreign citizens interacting with American diplomats globally. In this role, I focused on implementing sustainable cloud computing strategy, leveraging more effective cloud-friendly contracting options, improving software development practices with agile methodologies, and adopting open source approaches to more effectively support President Obama's foreign policy objectives across multiple digital mediums.

Prior to this role, my career highlights include working at the White House as Acting Director of New Media Technologies to oversee White House cloud computing systems for products such as Whitehouse.gov, the We The People citizen petition system, and implement Salesforce to support the Presidential Correspondence, Digital Strategy, and Public Engagement teams; at the U.S. Small Business Administration during the height of the economic recovery as Technology Advisor to Administrator Karen Mills to focus on improving the agency's enterprise technology portfolio, help craft initial cloud computing policy for the federal government, and spearhead data center consolidation; at the 2009 Presidential Inaugural Committee as the Deputy Technology Director; the Obama for America Campaign as the State Technology Director for Pennsylvania in 2008; and tribal government with the Chickasaw Nation in Oklahoma supporting all tribal network operations.