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Ray Trygstad: Resume
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800 North Eagle Street, Naperville, IL 60563
Voice: (630) 778-7443 / Fax: (630) 778-7470
E-Mail: trygstad@trygstad.org
WWW: http://www.raytrygstad.com/

Summary of Experience
  Manager, educator and trainer, Webmaster, independent computer consultant, multimedia specialist. Broad experience and education in computer systems including Windows 98/NT/2000/XP, Linux, UNIX, and Amiga systems; extensive conventional and computer graphics experience. Unparalleled Internet/World Wide Web experience; have created & managed extensive multiple Web sites. Formal Navy training and experience in information security. Assistant Director of university campus responsible for all information technology functions. Manager of Client Services for university campus computing operation. Director of Operations for an aviation unit with over one million dollar annual operating budget and over 130 million dollars in operating equipment. Directed all safety programs including aviation safety and OSHA for two navy units with an aircraft accident rate of zero. Administered all data processing and administrative assets for a Navy unit with 500 personnel and all information systems for a university academic department. Eleven years of university teaching. Seventeen years as a commissioned officer in the United States Navy.  

Strengths

Broad, varied managerial and technical experience; flexibility; integrity; superb writing skills. Clear understanding of information technology coupled with strong leadership and management skills.  
Education    

1993-Present

Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL.  

1990

Diploma, Naval Aviation Safety School, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA; July 1990; finished 10 of 50 students.  

1988-1990

Master of Science in Systems Management, University of Denver--San Diego Center, San Diego, CA; June 1990; focus on Information Systems Management. 4.0 grade point average.  

1973-1977

Bachelor of Science, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD; June, 1977; Major: European Area Studies. Art Director of the campus magazine.  
Experience    


United States Navy
Designated as: Naval Aviator (3500+ hours), Anti-Submarine Warfare Pilot, Instructor Pilot, Computer Systems Management Subspecialist, Information Systems Security Officer.
 

1999-Present

Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Campus, Illinois Institute of Technology, Wheaton, IL
Assistant Director for Information Technology, Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Campus and Director of Information Technology, the Center for Professional Development
Webmaster, Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Campus, the Center for Professional Development, Information Technology Degree Programs
Responsible for managing staff and assets including all computer laboratories, faculty and staff computer assets, UNIX/Linux/Windows 2000 servers, networks, and multiple Web sites.
 

1999-Present

Webmaster Sources LLC, Naperville, IL
Proprietor
Provide online resources for targeted Web development audiences and instructional/curricular materials for college/university Web developer courses. Consult on Internet strategies. Create Web developer curricula fully accredited by the Association of Internet Professionals Certification Accreditation Council. Member of the Council of the World Wide Web Virtual Library.
 

2001-Present

Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL
Lecturer in Information Technology & Management
As Curriculum Coordinator for university Information Technology program, designed and manage curriculum for Information Technology & Management undergraduate and graduate degrees; advise undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the programs. Design, write and manage curriculum and teach Certificate program in Internet Technology/Webmaster, IIT Center for Professional Development. Evaluate and hire instructors for courses. Wrote and taught Web design courses for Stuart Graduate School of Business. Member, Illinois Institute of Technology Undergraduate Studies Committee. Served as a member of the Association of Internet Professionals Certification Accreditation Council. Member of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.
 

1997-1999

Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL
Manager of Client Services, Computing and Network Services
Responsible for managing staff and assets including all computer laboratories, Novell networks, Helpdesk services, and university Web site.
 

1995-2001

Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Designed and wrote curriculum and taught Certificate program in Internet Technology/Webmaster. Sole author of Internet Technical Foundation-level curriculum accredited by the Association of Internet Professionals Certification Accreditation Council. Wrote course curriculum, prepared all course materials, and taught introductory and advanced Internet courses to educators and business people, Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Campus, Illinois Institute of Technology, Wheaton, Illinois. Curriculum Coordinator for university Internet education courses. Evaluated and hired instructors for courses. Created and taught curriculum for Certificate Program in Educational Technology.
 

1994-1999

Anduril Design, Naperville, IL
Proprietor
Independent consultant on Internet strategies, personal computer applications and configuration, information security, graphics and document design and production, curriculum development, and multimedia applications; do original graphic and document design and production and multimedia application design. Developed distributed multimedia applications for Ameritech Corporate Communications and multimedia technology demonstration and product evaluations for Ameritech Services. Designed and maintain Web homepages for the United States Naval Academy, Naval Academy Alumni, and instructional programs at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Member of the Ad-Hoc Committee writing Charter and By-Laws for the World Wide Web Virtual Library.
 

1995-1997

Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL
Multimedia Training Specialist, Instructional Multimedia Center
Manage Instructional Multimedia Center, conduct faculty training seminars, provide support for university faculty use of multimedia presentation tools and World Wide Web in an instructional environment.
 

1992-1994

Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL
Assistant Professor of Naval Science
Departmental Academic Affairs and Curriculum Coordinator; Departmental Computer Systems Administrator. Taught courses in Naval Weapons Systems and Naval Strategic Thought. Advised sophomore class. Developed curriculum plans; drafted specific curriculum for classes taught.
 

1991-1992

Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light 34, NAS Norfolk, VA
Director of Operations
Director of Operations (Operations Officer) for a 10 aircraft Anti-Submarine Warfare helicopter squadron. Managed over $130 million worth of aircraft assets with 99.5% utilization of available resources. Cited with Navy Commendation Medal for accomplishments.
 

1986-1991

Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light 34, NAS Norfolk, VA
Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light 31, NAS North Island, San Diego, CA
Officer in Charge
Officer in Charge of a single aircraft unit operating entirely detached from the parent unit for three six month periods; two periods supporting hydrographic survey operations in Indonesia, and a circumnavigation of South America conducting joint operations with local navies.
Administrative, Information Systems, and Security
When not at sea, spent one year as Administrative Officer, Information Systems Administrator, Security Officer, and Information Systems Security Officer for a Navy command of 500 personnel; developed a major personnel management database application.
Safety Officer
Managed and directed Aviation Safety and OSHA programs for two consecutive squadrons resulting in no aircraft accidents and a 50% reduction in workplace injuries. Implemented the OSHA program in both organizations from the ground up, including drafting all necessary manuals.
Received two Navy Achievement Medals for accomplishments.
 

1983-1985

Helicopter Training Squadron 18, NAS Whiting Field, Milton, FL
Student Control Officer
Dean of Students (Student Control Officer) for Navy Advanced Undergraduate Helicopter Pilot Training; instructed advanced helicopter students both in the cockpit and in the classroom. Coordinated all postgraduate assignments; arranged and conducted all graduations.
 

1980-1983

Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light 35, NAS North Island, San Diego, CA
Anti-Submarine helicopter detachment Operations Officer
Squadron Tactics Officer
Wrote and edited 140 page guide for detachment Operations Officers; drafted requirements documents for major modifications to assigned aircraft.
 

Organizations

Association of Internet Professionals; Internet Society; World Wide Web Virtual Library;  Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers; U.S. Naval Institute; Naval Helicopter Association; U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association.  

Interests

Sailing, canoeing, computer graphics, music, history, and science fiction.  

Additional Information

Detailed Curriculum Vitae available online at http://www.iit.edu/~trygray/cvoutlin.html.
References are available upon request.
 
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