Overview and Background
I am a recent graduate of West Virginia University’s (WVU) Master of Public Administration program, where I gained valuable experience through part-time roles at both the WVU Office of Human Research Protections and the Monongalia County Health Department’s Threat Preparedness Program.
After completing my degree, I was hired as a Research Technology Compliance Analyst with WVU, where I provide support to researchers who utilize electronic informed consent. Additionally, I support Research Office modernization efforts, manage content on multiple university websites, and create instructional video tutorials.
Public Safety and Emergency Services
I blog regularly on emergency services and public safety across the two Virginias. The West Virginia EMS Project, which provides extensive online resources on emergency medical services in the Mountain State, is also hosted on this website.
Over the last few years, I’ve worked with nonprofits, small businesses, and political campaigns to improve their online presence. I take pride in recommending and implemetning cost-effective, simple solutions.
Public administration, research compliance, higher education, e-government, no-code development, emergency services, local government, public safety, and emergency medical services (EMS).
Important Note: The opinions, analysis, research, etc. expressed on this website are solely my own and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of my current or previous employers. All content, including freelance work, consulting, views, research, analysis, and other expressions, provided on this website is done so in my personal capacity and outside my regular working hours.