I am passionate about education and technology. I applied that passion to create Evaluāt, a smart and flexible evaluation tool that carefully crafts the pathway to data-backed improvements.
Before co-founding Evaluāt, I led Georgetown University’s mobile initiative. I shepherded the growth of the GU Mobile app serving 70,000 users including students, faculty, staff, alumni, and prospective students. Prior to Georgetown, I consulted with a variety of Federal Government and private industry clients on technology projects.
I earned a Master of Business Administration from Georgetown University, and a Bachelor of Science in Computer and Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
During my spare time, I enjoy flying throughout the Mid-Atlantic region as an instrument-rated private pilot. I also enjoy scuba diving, world travel, and photography.
Georgetown University - 2010-2013
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - 2001-2004
Cairo American College - 2001
Evaluāt is an evaluation platform for education and events.
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