I started my career installing telecommunications networks for Tier 1 and 2 wireless telecommunications carriers in the United States, working for leading multinational hardware and software suppliers.
Along the way, I evolved from a bench engineer to a project management professional, in roles with direct and matrix reporting relationships, leading technologies and project managers to success on our projects.
Then, I started to offer my technology and management skills to under-resourced non profits and community groups so they can succeed in their missions.
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“Chris is an extremely adaptable talent, able to fill a role from principal engineer to executive. While working with Chris, we cooperated on multiple production and pre-production issues and successfully managed critical situations at the business and technical layer. Chris is easy to work with, able to provide structure and discipline to technical organizations, and willing to spend the time on the soft skills which quite often fall off of the plate in high-tech organizations.”
— Jason Medeiros, CIO, American Well
"The most dangerous leadership myth is that leaders are born-that there is a genetic factor to leadership. That's nonsense; in fact, the opposite is true. Leaders are made rather than born."
As the designated technical project leader on a strategic virtualized project, I was responsible for gathering customer requirements, communicating user stories to multiple development teams, defining and communicating software roadmap deliveries back towards the customer, and working with the deployment engineers to validate the product scope for customer acceptance. Project was valued at $12M USD.