My career has been focused on improving business effectiveness with information technology and enhancing productivity with training/mentoring for a diverse set of clients from small businesses to Fortune 100 firms.
After graduating from MIT with a degree in Aero/Astro Engineering, I joined Lockheed Martin to work in the government sector for several years. There I transitioned to the private sector as an instructor-consultant mentoring Fortune 100 companies on information technology. Later as a Solutions Architect at Hewlett Packard, I developed multimillion-dollar solutions and mentored personnel at Fortune 100 clients working on mission critical IT systems.
After earning an MBA from The Wharton School, I made a foray into the asset management industry first at UBS then at Abacus, a $1B+ fee-only wealth management firm. I automated day-to-day operations and reengineered business processes that reduced errors and cost. I also built decision support systems that provided customer insights to financial advisors.
After returning to the technology industry with Oracle, I formed RLB Enterprises LLC in 2009 to do freelance work in data engineering and data science. I’ve taught Information Systems courses at the St. Joseph’s University and at Holy Family University and consulted to faculty and taught at The Wharton School.