After completing my GCIA certification from GIAC, I've been invited to the GIAC Advisory Board which takes an active role in the GIAC program and in SANS training.
After having several years volunteering with FIRST as a mentor and Field Technical Advisor (FTA), I mentor the nearby Oconee team, Metal in Motion.
CU Cyber is the cyber security club at Clemson University. We participate in cyber defense competitions and hold weekly seminars involving cyber security. I am one of the staff advisors of CU Cyber where I advocate for the club, provide technical resources and knowledge, architect the Cyber Warfare Space, and maintain domain names and servers for the club.
Field Technical Advisor and Field Inspector
After three years of experience of participating in the FIRST Tech Challenge robotics competition, I volunteer to run the scrimmage hosted by the SC GSSM and am the main technical coordinator for the state competition.
I have a recognized overlay for my distribution of choice for my workstation, Gentoo. I maintain over 150 packages in this overlay that range from little X11 tools to the Unity Editor, from the game engine, for Linux to all of the Linux software associated with Plex. Additionally I have a few of my own tools that I wrote such as one to manage tty sessions intelligently without having a display manager.
After having three years of experience of participating in the FIRST Tech Challenge robotics competition, or FTC, including one year of which I was team captain and made it to the super regional competition, I mentored the nearby Easley team, Starbots.
As lead avionics, I coordinated the team that created the electronic internals of the rockets we flew at the Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition. I did a lot of the design work and kept the team productive.
Level 5 Tech Support
CU Cyber is the cyber security club at Clemson University. We participate in cyber defense competitions and hold weekly seminars involving cyber security. I was the secretary and then Level 5 Tech Support of CU Cyber where I maintained club organization, club preparation, and various technological aspects. I additionally helped create many of the weekly seminars given.
ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, is the world's largest society for scientific and educational computing. I was the webmaster of Clemson University's local chapter where I created and maintained their website.