My road in life has taken me all over.
Joined Military out of HS to be an RF Transmissions Technician
Completed 8 years of Active Duty and separated to go to College Full-time to be a Nurse
Failed Nursing School at UNLV:) went back to AF Reserves part-time, and worked FT same job in AF
Went back to school while working FT in major near my AF career..Computer Science
after 5 years of FT work and PT school, I graduated and AT&T hired me as a new graduate
Keep following my journey


Construction and Engineering Mgr, DAS

I am the focal point for properties where AT&T Systems are constructed from start to finish

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Working with Others

Day to Day

Depending on the venue and where I am at in the construction process of a DAS design, I would need to find out what tasks I need to complete to finish out the design. I use a variety of internal AT&T databases to make sure I am complying to AT&T standards and protocols, along with local city compliance to finish the telecomm wireless system design. I make sure I use approved hardware and maintain a good working relationship with the landlord and ensure AT&T vendors are working safely.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for high school students

You will change your minds several times between HS and College and that's normal. Try and follow the job description you want to be in. Sounds simple, but people don't understand that those requirements will take time and NEVER expect shortcuts to anything. The requirements you see for that job is not your ticket in, but it will get you to the door. What gets you hired are your unique experiences. A College degree is very important in establishing your career because its proof of your work

Recommended Education

My career is related to what I studied. I'd recommend the path I took:


The Noise I Shed

From Parents:

"why did you get out of the had a safe job there and easy retirement"