Resume

WORK HISTORY

July 2015 – Current

Gravity – Owner

I’m currently the owner of Gravity, Columbia’s only Apple Authorized Service Provider. We are a team of extremely knowledgeable, Apple certified, Macintosh® technicians and can easily repair your Apple® computer, tablet or mobile device. We have decades of experience spanning every product line and several generations of Macintosh equipment. Gravity’s experienced technicians can determine if a computer problem is hardware-related and in most cases, facilitate the repair. Otherwise, we’ll assist you in the upgrade or replacement process.

April 2010 – Current

Columbia Public Schools – Board Member

I was elected to the Columbia Public School’s Board of education 2010. Since elected I’ve worked tirelessly to position our schools—and our children—for the future. Working to stabilize the district’s finances during challenging economic times, expand and improve our schools, and ensure that all students have the opportunity to excel.

July 2007 – December 2011

Columbia Business Times – Columnist

I wrote a technology column for the Columbia Business Times for a little while. Technology columns get dated pretty fast, but if you’re interested in reading you can find it here.

October 2006 – June 2015

Tech 2 – Managing Partner

Partnering with Byron Molix, Tech 2 was an expansion of Sessions Consulting. Continuing the same customer service focused model with a Mac focus, Tech 2 provided Apple support from small to large business throughout mid-Missouri.

October 2003 – June 2006

Sessions Consulting – Owner

Started while I was a student at the University of Missouri – Columbia, Sessions Consulting provided Macintosh IT support for businesses in Columbia. Filling an underserved segment of our community the company continued to expand and as I graduated Sessions Consulting expanded into Tech 2

EDUCATION

2006

Elementary and Music Education

University of Missouri – Columbia

I studied elementary and music education. While I’m not in the classroom, I find ways to educate daily.

2001

David H. Hickman High School

Columbia Public Schools

I have purple and gold socks. I am a Kewpie. Don’t try to make fun; it doesn’t work.