William R. Brockschmidt, Jr.
William R. Brockschmidt, Jr. is a multidisciplinary software engineer and Microsoft Xamarin Certified Mobile Professional. William graduated cum laude from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in 1989 where he majored in Humanities and International Affairs.
He has had a successful Software Engineering career since 1996 and has designed, developed and maintained many data driven web applications. Partnering with tech firms such as Gantech and UAQA LLP Mr. Brockschmidt has been a lead architect on website application development to the Maryland Department of Education, the Illinois State Board of Education, and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. He currently consults with the World Wildlife Fund as Senior Project Lead Developer for continued improvements on their Project Tracking System (PTS) which is a web based project, agreement, and budgeting management tool used by their US headquarters and field offices world wide. The software which he helped create in the mid 1990s is currently being upgraded to a mobile friendly MVC Microsoft dotnetcore web application by a small team of developers led by William.
William serves on the board of Radcliffe Creek School in Chestertown, Maryland. He is also a member of the American Society of Authors and Composers (ASCAP), the Eastern Shore Writers Association. William was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is fluent in French.
Dorian is a Web Developer with a background in Engineering and Computer Science. After completing degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Maryland he held several Engineering positions for NASA. While working as a Systems Administrator at NASA Headquarters on the mid 90’s he caught the World Wide Web bug and has been involved in various aspects of Web Development ever since. Early projects included CGI/Perl for NASA web sites. This led to consulting for the National Geographic Society and ASP.Net and MS SQL Server programming for the Maryland State Department of Education. His current projects are Drupal based.
With a Masters degree in Digital Arts from the Middlesex University in London, Suzete Herrmann is an Interdisciplinary Engineer, working on Front-end web development, as well as multimedia e-tutorials applications for educational websites. Initially trained as an architect, Suzete is a proactive problem solving developer, with most skills acquired in a self taught basis. Suzete has over 14 years experience, working with outstanding, consistent results including very happy clients and project managers.
Suzete Herrmann is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.