A: I have been working with eGroup for three years.
A: I live on James Island..
A: After graduating from College of Charleston, it was hard to leave the architecture, culture, beaches, and food of Charleston.
A: One of the many projects that I’m excited to be working on, focuses on preparing Health Care organizations for cutting edge HT (Healthcare Technology) using a holistic approach called a Platform, Applications, and Network Assignment (PAN).
A: For many years, careers in Charleston were limited to Healthcare, import/export, and hospitality. With the boom in technology focused enterprise and the ability to work from anywhere we have seen many startup companies take advantage of setting up shop in one of the most beautiful cities in the country.
A: I would tell people thinking of moving to Charleston to figure out what their schedule for work will look like and factor in commute times.
A: Limitless Possibilities for future advancements
A: Charleston is a city that fosters my love outside of work, such as architecture, culture, beaches, and amazing food.
A: The Tech community in Charleston is a close-knit group of people with outstanding support and collaboration across multiple disciplines.
A: Charleston is made for the weekend. On any given weekend you may find my working on restoring a house in the morning, paddle boarding in the afternoon, and catching a play in the evening after enjoying a fine dining experience at one of our many fabulous restaurants. Come Sunday, head to church to give thanks for the blessed life we live here in Charleston in one of its countless churches. It is the “Holy City” after all.
A: White Point Gardens AKA the Battery
A: Spoleto Festival
A: can an average person live like Royalty