What is the most rewarding aspect of what I do?

The most rewarding aspect of what I do is the giving/sharing of my knowledge, skills and abilities in pursuit of doing a set of tasks more efficiently. I love knowing that my team is doing simple things efficiently and has more time to move on to more advanced tasks. Or is doing a very complex task well with high accuracy and excellent results.

Designing and building the tools the team uses with only the basic tools on hand and currently installed on our systems is a great challenge. I learn about writing macros from scratch versus recording a macro. I learn how to share those macros across the network and write the scripts that automate tasks. Yes, my skill set is homegrown but as I’ve needed to learn something I’ve read more and more about programming which has inspired my taking 30+ courses across LinkedIn Learning, Udemy and EdX to expand that knowledge.

I am now looking for a job where I can continue to innovate, create, solve and build as well as apply all that I’ve learned and am yet to learn.

Where Hobbies & Career Meet

Just a few things that excite me, light me up, that I truly enjoy and where they cross the boundaries from Hobby to potential Career. There’s a lot more than this but charts and graphs can only handle so much information!



Charter College Bachelors of Science ~ Alpha Beta Kappa


Solano Community College

Continuing Education




Relevant Classes

  • Advanced Web Development
  • Javascript
  • Visual BASIC.NET
  • Perl
  • Technical Writing
  • Project Management
  • Marketing
  • Statistics
  • Research Methodologies
  • Telecommunications
  • Contract Management
  • Human Resources
  • Operations Management

Workplace Training

  • HIPAA Security
  • Archiving Basics
  • Introduction to Supervisor Training
  • Basic Care Coordinator Training
  • Introduction to Office 2007

Gone to the Dungeon


So today’s big project was a file inventory. We have hard files still, although that is slowly going digital finally. The gremlins and dragons in the dungeon otherwise known as the file room had left a big mess!

Today’s task was to find all the files that were not supposed to still be in the drawers, take an inventory and ensure that we have all of our files. This was the cute little dragon that I put on my office door to let the team know where I’d gone.

Someday I will catch the gremlins who have stolen some of our files and wring their little necks. In the meantime I have tamed the file dragon and am going to get rid of some more paper!


Office Suites: Master Certified MS Office 2003, MS Office 95-2013, MS Outlook, MS Project, MS Visio, MS SharePoint 2007-2010, OneNote, Open Office, Adobe Pro X and XI

Databases: MMIS, DS3, Citrix, Access, Enterprise, COGNOS

Graphic Art Suites: Corel Draw,  Paint Shop Pro, Visio,  Dia, Freemind

Operating Systems: Windows 3.1-10, DOS 3.3, Ubuntu, Android

Open Source: KingSoft Office, Open Office, Scribus, GIMP, Inkscape, TaskUnifier, Star UML, Freemind, NotePad++, Komodo Edit

Cloud Based: Evernote, Toodledo, Gmail, Google Drive, Dropbox, TweetDeck, Hootsuite

Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, G+, GitHub, Pinterest, YahooGroups, Webrings

CMS: WordPress, Drupal, Dreamweaver, Joomla

Programming Languages: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Perl, VisualBasic.NET, BASIC A


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