Software Developer and Project Manager with 7 years of experience in database creation and administration, coordination and implementation of software projects, user training, and multi-stakeholder budgeting.

Seeking a software developer role with opportunities to learn from and grow with peers and mentors.

Technical Skills

Unit Testing
TDD, integration testing, MS Test, Mocha
SQL, MS SQL, MySQL, MS Access, Salesforce
Client Side
JavaScript, TypeScript, jQuery, HTML, Responsive Design (CSS Flexbox, Bootstrap)
Git, RegEx, WordPress, Visual Studio 2017, Apache, NGINX, Pivot Tables, pair programming

Technical Projects

Multi-Level Maze
TypeScript, jQuery, Mocha, Chai: generates a random maze that a user can explore
17 Table Database
MS Access and VBA: designed and programmed to internal customer’s needs
Cleveland GiveCamp: WordPress, MySQL, PHP: Database cleanup and module development
Vending Machine
C# command line: CSV imported to fill a virtual vending machine with “products” to buy


Tech Elevator – .Net Web Application Development Bootcamp

Attending a 14-week program C#/.Net coding boot camp that focuses on OOP, pair programming, and Unit Testing.

September 2018 to December 2018 in Cleveland, OH

Lehigh University – Bachelor of Arts, Political Science

Major in Political Science, Minor in Mass Communications

May 2010 in Bethlehem, PA

Semester Abroad – School for International Training

Reconciliation and Development Program (inequality, discrimination, and political violence)

January 2009 — May 2009 in Durban, South Africa

Leadership and Work Experience

Database Systems Analyst

Jewish Education Center of Cleveland (JECC), directs & provides support for local Jewish education in Cleveland, OH

Oct 2015 — September 2018

  • Developed new databases from scratch, replacing decades-old systems; carefully transitioning staff, school administrators, teachers, and parents to the new systems.
  • Conducted internal client assessments to determine their critical business needs and underlying challenges, resulting in detailed system requests, work plans, and timelines.
  • Designed new data-management techniques for grants management, program evaluation, school enrollment statistics, and community outreach that are sustainable for the future.

Technology Manager

Repair the World, making volunteerism a defining element of American Jewish life

July 2013 — April 2015 in New York, NY

  • Directed database projects from inception through daily administration: allocated budget, researched and selected vendors, built reports, and trained staff.
  • Implemented, oversaw, and maintained technology organization-wide for: 30 staff and 40 full-time volunteers in five cities, including 60 computers, 54 mobile devices, 3 websites, 2 databases, and 1 file server.

Campus Systems Director and Project Manager

AIPAC, American Israel Public Affairs Committee, America's Pro-Israel Lobby

December 2011 — April 2013 in Washington, DC

  • Assessed and translated coworkers’ database requirements into technical specifications, leading to successful departmental implementation of
  • Managed and trained 15 interns during academic year, coordinating with departmental and regional supervisors.

Mentor, Teacher, Tutor, Intern

OTZMA, ten-month volunteer/leadership program in Israel

Aug 2010 — June 2011

  • Evaluated community’s educational needs; developed an after-school program for ten at-risk children.
  • Taught 60 children conversational English at a local elementary school, inspiring them to love the language.
  • Mentored at-risk and autistic teenagers in a local high school and at an after-school recreational center.