Hi!

about

I was always a creative person. In school you could find me in the art classroom any chance I got. It interested me to explore art in every way possible and see how I could create with my own hands. I had an online journal. I discovered how to change the way my page looked and taught myself HTML. I didn't know what it was called but I thought whoever has the job of altering the code was insanely cool. I didn't know what the job was at the time but I wanted that for myself. The journey to web development has been full of challenges, but extremely rewarding. I am celebrated for the way I think, I am encouraged to work within a team, and that gives me personal satisfaction. I embrace the web development community, the continuous process of building my knowledge, and the process of building things that fit the needs of people today as well as the future.


technical skills

Web development is my passion but I also enjoy using my creative skills through digital media.

HTML
CSS
C#
JavaScript
Illustrator
InDesign

work

education

1
2016-2018
Business Management Olympic College Bremerton, WA
Associate in Technical Arts
2
2018-2019
Johnson County Community College Overland Park, KS
Web Development Á Digital Media
3
2020
Centriq Training Kansas City, MO
Full-Stack Web Development

experience
2019-2020
Dog Walker | Wag! Johnson County, KS
2014
Customer Service Representative | CCI Careers Bremerton, WA
2013
Leasing Agent | Essex Property Trust Bellevue, WA
2006-2013
Unit Supply Specalist | U.S. Army Fort Huachuca, AZ

Active Duty: 4 years
Reserves: 3 years
MOS: 92Y


classmates

At Centriq we are encouraged to work in teams and lean on eachother for resources. The classmates that I have come to know are extrodinary and each have their own strengths.
CJ Discavage
Sawyer Gobin
Jordan Hickman
Sarah Ledford
Wesley Nelson
Colton Weeks


aspirations

As a junior web developer I think it's important to give back and grow. Involving myself in the community and teaching strengths within my skill set. I also believe mentoring is an excellent way to engage kids in techonology.

    • - Become a volunteer for Coder Dojo
    • -Mentor with KCWIT
    • -Stay involved with Centriq as alumni
    • -Contribute to open source code projects
    • -Continue to grow my skill set through projects

contact

Hello , I'd love to hear from you.


Available for mentorship and volunteer positions.

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