Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from the University of Phoenix in 2008.
Associate in Applied Science in Electronics Technology from South Plains College in 1988.
Microcomputer Lab Coordinator, Department of Engineering Technology, Texas State University of San Marcos, since November 2008. Responsible for lab computers, printers, software, and network.
Previously, I worked at Tokyo Electron of America as a Field Service Engineer; maintaining, repairing, and upgrading photolithography tools. While at TEA, I worked for AMD / Spansion, Motorola / Freescale, Sematech, and Samsung.
Also, I worked at Texas Instruments, where I was introduced to the semiconductor industry. As a Photolithography Technician, I repaired and maintained photolithography equipment through preventative maintenance and statistical process controls.
Before Semiconductors, I was a programmer. I wrote programs for a factory automation project for Texas Instruments. I computerized an Accountant's business, bringing in the equipment and writing the software. I also updated a mass mailing system for an insurance agency with postal barcodes by re-writing the code.
I love technology, science, and mathematics. I also love to program computers, and read science fiction.