I’ve always been fascinated with technology and interested in all things code-related.
I began working in an accounting office when I was 18 years old and quickly realized that pushing paper was not for me — although I did gain some valuable experience in the eight years I worked there. It ended up being my introduction to the tech world.
Once management noticed my technology-focused brain, I was given the opportunity to be “tech support” for an office of 60-plus employees. I was responsible for running daily reports on our dot-matrix printers, which were connected to AS400 computer terminals.
I also handled installing software on PCs and setting up hardware. It was only about a year until I was able to run the show efficiently by myself. My reward was additional responsibility: inventory, ordering, and human resources work.
I knew I wanted to pursue a different path for my career and learn a lot more about technology. So I started studying computer programming in 1999, and I have been building websites professionally since 2004.
I have to say, I really love what I do.
It’s very rewarding to take an idea and turn it into a beautiful, effective website that’s going to enhance a client’s existing business or new endeavor. Learning about the exciting locations that our clients are traveling to is an added bonus for someone like myself who always enjoys learning and expanding her horizons.
Plus, the group of professionals I work with are amazing and make my job that much more enjoyable. 🙂
- Bachelor of Science Degree – Information Technology, focus on Web Application Development
- Associate in Science Degree – Computer Programming and Analysis
Website Development is an ever-changing and evolving field. It is critical to stay informed and be aware of impending changes that can affect my clients’ websites. I subscribe to several industry-specific blogs that provide valuable information related to website security, Search Engine Optimization techniques, software changes, etc.
My website is constantly being updated with new projects. I invite you to check out my portfolio or request a quote for your project.