Hi, I’m Tom Gregory.
After graduating with an MBA in 2009 from a highly rated school, I’m off to Georgia to begin a PhD in Information Systems.
In 2007, I quit my job as Director of Software Development for Proton Communications, a learning management company in Utah, to go back to school for an MBA. At Proton, I was lead developer and project manager, and built a product that led to the company’s first profitable quarter. As an internet developer, I emphasize usability, and adhere to web and accessibility standards.
As an elected member of the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) from 2005 through 2008, I served as vice-chair for the Law & Policy Committee. Responsibilities with the Board included a seat on the committee charged with implementing the Public Education Job Enhancement Program which provides financial incentives for educators in hard to staff subject areas. As a member of the USBE, I was also a member of the Utah School Boards Association and the National Association of State Boards of Education.
In the past, I’ve volunteered as a contributing editor for UtahPolitics.org during the 2004 gubernatorial election, have worked a substitute teacher, and still spend free weekends as a soccer referee, a job I first began in 1992.
Email: tom [AT] alt-tag.com