AS QUALITY ASSURANCE:
Performed scenario testing on all newly developed and updated software, identified deficiencies and/or bugs, posted detailed recreation steps for each issue, and further discussed and explained issue relevance in-depth with the software development team.
AS PROJECT MANAGER:
Documented all project information, including: developers’ skills and availabilities, planning and production checklists, development backlogs and roadmaps, beta testers’ feedback and wish lists, and all retrospective and meeting minutes.
AS SCRUM MASTER:
Introduced Agile methodology into Dixie Iron Works’ software development; trained all IT personnel, company leadership, and end users on Scrum framework, and led a seven-person Scrum team through all stages of the SDLC for just shy of four years
Hello! I'm Beth
A resourceful and dedicated leader, I have the drive, integrity, and ingenuity to jumpstart projects, build strong working relationships, and inspire teammates to achieve mission success. My discipline and stringent attention to detail are balanced by an approachable management style, sense of humor, and the commitment to treating others the way I would like to be treated.
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT LAFAYETTE
English Literature / Microbiology
DAVE RAMSEY ACADEMY
Entrepreneurial Leadership Master Series Course
Certified Scrum Master & Certified Product Owner Courses
JIRA Administration - Advanced
Confluence Administration - Advanced
Microsoft Office - Advanced
Leadership & Collaboration
Teamwork & Planning
Troubleshooting & Adaptability
Data Analytics & Metrics
AccountMate ERP - Advanced
Arabic - Proficient
Forecasting & Reporting
DIXIE IRON WORKS
Designed, developed, managed, and implemented nine unique iOS mobile applications and 20 unique software applications created for Dixie Iron Works, and compatible across multiple web services, browsers, and platforms.
IT Project Manager
Quality Assurance & Training Specialist
Analyzed, designed, proposed, and instituted fundamental changes to the Titanium Ore database, in order to automate numerous operational processes to improve revenue cycle services, quality assurance, and risk management accuracies.
UNITED STATES ARMY
On location in Iraq, resurrected an abandoned intelligence operation, re-establishing an informant network. Quadrupled size of original operation’s informant base. Accounted for $350K+ worth of vehicles and equipment with zero losses while operating in split bases in a combat environment. Received information and physical evidence directly from human sources on a daily basis.
Intelligence Team Leader & Platoon Sergeant