As a director and solutions architect at Peloton, my primary role is to help define and lead implementations of Business Intelligence (BI) solutions. As such, I’ve successfully managed the implementations of projects focused on Data Architecture, BI, and ETL across a variety of industries including financial services, life sciences, aerospace and defense, and retail.
At Peloton, I am energized to work with a team of such motivated and knowledgeable professionals, all of which have been trained to use the BreakawayTM methodology that provides our clients with high quality and timely solutions. It is a pleasure to work in an environment where we can all leverage our extensive experience in architecting, project managing and implementing solutions, ultimately driving exceptional results for our clients.
“There is no substitute for hard work.” -Thomas EdisonPrior to Peloton, I worked as a Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence consultant at Palladium and Hitachi Consulting. Prior to my consulting career, I was employed on the data warehouse teams of two major financial institutions. Throughout my career, I have served in a number of different roles including Project Manager, Data Architect, Solutions Architect, Technical Lead, Developer and Business Analyst. I have experience with Oracle, SQL Server, DB2 and other relational databases as well as ETL and BI tools utilized in support of those databases.
In my free time, I enjoy getting my hands dirty and working on DIY projects around the house. I am an avid NASCAR fan and am currently working my way around the country to visit all the Sprint Cup racetracks.
I have a degree in accounting from Massasoit Community College and an Information Systems Certification from Northeastern University.