DevOps Architect and Consultant in Lindon, Utah
I manage the continuous innovation of online businesses, improving processes, tools, and technologies to speed up the delivery of software updates to servers in the cloud or on premises. In addition, I am an AWS (Amazon Web Services) Solution Architect. I have also taught IT in higher education for over a decade.
I have a side-gig marketing electric vehicles and hybrids “Electric Vehicle Exchange” https://www.electricvehicleexchange.com/ where my vision is for more people to begin driving electric vehicles that are recharged daily by electricity captured by solar panels on a garage or home.
I enjoy singing and am a member of various choral groups. I sing mainly with the Lux Choral Society https://luxchoralsociety.org/. I also sing with Witness Music Utah which performs Robert Gardner's “Lamb of God” at Easter http://www.witnessmusicutah.org/. During Christmas season, I have sung with the Oratorio Society of Utah which performs Handel's Messiah annually, and I have performed in “Savior of the World” which is produced by the LDS Church and is a live musical portraying Christ's birth and resurrection https://www.facebook.com/savioroftheworldproduction/.
I also enjoy volunteering at the fine arts and cultural venues here in Utah. I love working at the Hale Center Theater in Sandy. I am also a volunteer for Salt Lake County Arts & Culture where I work at the Abravanel Hall, Eccles Theater, Capitol Theater and other smaller performance venues. In addition, I work at the Deer Valley Music Festival which is the summer venue for the Utah Symphony.
I am a Board member of the Utah Symphony Guild where I provide technical skills. I am a member of the Utah Suicide Prevention Coalition - LGBTQ+ Workgroup. I also love to volunteer at Impact Training.
In the past, I published to my video blog at http://bookofmormon.blogspot.com where I study each chapter of the Book of Mormon, another testimony of Jesus Christ.
I love the infiniteness of our universe. I believe that we are in this moment to discover our own spiritual DNA, to know our divine origins, to choose to love ourselves, our friends, our enemies, and our God. Allow me to say, “I love you!”