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• Senior Financial Analyst with extensive experience in financial modeling, forecasting, budgeting, variance analysis, financial reporting, and financial statements. • A strong background in technology, ranging from established computer sciences and software development, to emerging technologies in fields of computers and engineering. • Strong skills in international cross-cultural communications, with experience in managing international business contracts and communication, as well as vast experience in international culture and norms. • Particular interest in global economics, international finance, and related political climates.

REGULAR PRICE : $150-$250
Bachelor of Science in Business (BSBA)
Master of Business Administration (MBA or MBA)


Product Manager, Mycelium

August 2015 - Present (3 years 8 months)

Community Manager, Mycelium

January 2014 - Present (5 years 3 months)


January 2000 - Present (19 years 3 months)

Senior Financial Analyst/Budget Accountant/Mortgage Insurance Accountant, MD Dept. of Housing and Community Development

December 2008 - April 2014 (5 years 5 months)

General Ledger accountant, Haribo GmbH &Co.

May 2008 - December 2008 (7 months)

Associate, Venturi Staffing Partners

January 2001 - January 2004 (3 years)


November 2000 - November 2016 (16 years 1 month)

Maintained the company LLC management, finance and accounting, including tracking all changes to Assets, Liabilities, and Equity for tax purposes, and maintaining legal forms for business operations. ? Established and maintained relationships with various globally-dispersed company managers, such as those of manufacturing, legal, and engineering firms, to oversee the initial planning stages of the project. ? Presented the product at the International MAGLEV Conference in Lausanne, Switzerland, working as a company representative and translator for international clients and/or business partners. ? Compiled detailed construction cost estimate reports, based on research of market, materials, and labor costs, for the construction of a proposed $6 billion dollar mega-project implementing company technology, with cost estimate results of $15 million per mile of track and $0.9 million per train car, and calculated future returns on investment for various sizes of the project, ranging from just above $1 billion to over $50 billion per year after the project has fully matured, depending on the initial size of infrastructure investment. ? Researched detailed business and financial structures and returns of comparable inventions and companies. ? Designed and maintained the company website and web collaboration tools, previously using MS Exchange and more recently Google Apps; maintained the company public presence, and functioned as a company representative. ? Designed engineering improvements for company technology using sophisticated CAD modeling and programming software.

Technology Specialist, McDonald's Corporation

November 2000 - March 2002 (1 year 4 months)


June 2000 - October 2013 (13 years 4 months)


Frostburg State University

Bachelor of Science in Business (BSBA)

2003 - 2007

University of Maryland - Robert H. Smith School of Business

Master of Business Administration (MBA or MBA)

2009 - 2012