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Well let's see...  Llived in Calgary all my life and married to my wonderful wife for 17 years with 2 awesome girls 12 and 16.  I love getting out into nature as we live very close to the Canadian Rockies.  It's a great time to spiritually reflect, get some fresh air and enjoy life.

While still going to University, my career began volunteering for a small engineering firm developing customer applications and making a few bucks life-guarding on the side.  After University 1988, a real paying IT job(Systems Admin/programmer) for the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede arose - for those who know the annual event it's 10 days of fun every July.  In 1993/94 a Government Aerospace job was my next assignment as a Systems/Oracle DBA administrator, then moved off to do some more IT management and work from 1994-96.

In 1996, TranaAlta (Utilities) became another chapter for over 10 years.  Where my career path involved... SAP BASIS/Oracle DBA-> BASIS Lead-> Data Architect-> Project Lead-> SAP UIS Team Lead in New Zealand-> Infrastructure Lead-> Technology Architect-> Enterprise Data Architect-> SAP BI Program Manager/ASUG BI Event Chair/Technology Architecture Lead-> and finally Enterprise Architecture Manager - Whew - Thats a mouthful....

June 2007 SAP (otherwise know as the "Dark Side") approached me for an Enterprise Architect position for the Business Process Platform.  I now work with customers in Western Canada to strategize, plan, and map business needs to SAP technology...and lovin' It!(thumbs up)

Favorite Saying: Giddeee Up!

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