I'm a full-time field engineer and document controller at an international civil engineering
company based out of Jersey City, NJ. Previously, I've worked for a Wall Street
consultant that offered business management and contract compliance services to General
Contractors. I am also a Rutgers graduate with two Bachelor's Degrees.
Currently, I'm a part-time Graduate Student at Seton Hall's School of International
Relations seeking a Master's Degree in International Economics. My Master's Thesis is
focusing on infrastructure development, specifically the effects the industry has on GDP,
market growth, and unions.
I plan on obtaining a second Master's Degree in Construction Management. I'm particularly
skilled in data analyses, cost analyses, and field work. I can apply my skills to small
construction operations or company-wide policies that can help with growth, cost, and
field operations as well. I am Oracle Contract Management certified and OSHA-10 Hour certified.
I know how to operate statistical software such as IBM's "SPSS" and I'm certified to create
Android and Chrome applications by Google.
My hobbies include computer gaming, web programming, and writing. I'm a young, motivated, and
multi-talented individual who puts his heart and soul into any project, big or small.