Doug brings over thirty years of experience in consulting, operations, network design and instruction, serving small office/home offices as well as global enterprises.
Starting out, Doug taught computer science at the high school level – while still in high school – primarily because he was the only one in the school that actually had a computer. Since those early days, Doug became an MCSE on Windows NT and 2000 and was one of the first 100 MCSE’s in the world on Windows Server 2003. He has since updated to MCITP: Enterprise, MCSE for the newest offering and Exchange 2016, and accumulated an alphabet soup of additional credentials.
Over the years Doug has won several awards including Federal Employee of the Year, Instructor of the Year and Sailor of the Year for leadership in instructional excellence and innovation while serving in the US Navy. His complete rework of the Basic Electronics and Electricity course, comprised of more than 32,000 pages of technical material, saved approximately 27 million dollars in training expenses and provided the template for the restructuring of all technical school commands in the US Navy.