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Tutor profile: Richard L.

Richard L.
Program Manager at Georgia Tech


About Richard

About Richard
Grew up on the island of Guam and graduated from Georgia Tech with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. I have dived deep into cybersecurity in the enterprise to design thinking.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
I have taught at Georgia Tech as an Instructor of Innovation, Vertically Integrated Projects, and mentored undergraduate students in engineering and design. I also teach at General Assembly Design Thinking and was the Creative Director of CEO of My Life that instructed educators on Startup, design thinking, and personal development
Georgia Institute of Technology
Electrical Engineering
Bachelor's Degree
2012 - 2017

Work Experience

Work Experience
Georgia Tech The Innovation and Design Collaborative, Peer Supervisor/ Program Manager
2016 - Present
Facilitated 150+ Design Thinking workshops, classes, and client engagements to introduce design thinking into the conventional classroom and Fortune 500 companies. .Developed and instructed Georgia Tech’s first design thinking accredited course focused on interdisciplinary collaboration to tackle Atlanta based design challenges. Created partnerships with 50+ academic, corporate, and nonprofit organizations to .foster a community to train, fund, and support local leaders to incorporate Design Thinking holistically into their products and...
AT&T, Senior Cybersecurity Specialist
2015 - 2019
Deployed a cloud hybrid platform to perform security protocol analysis to defend AT&T’s emerging 5G network’s from potential threats specific to IoT deployments. .Directed a team of 5 security engineers on DDoS engagements for 10+ internal clients to detect, analyze, and mitigate future attacks from emerging threat vectors. Managed security and infrastructure vendor relations to create an end to end product roadmaps and project cycles for the multi-million dollar national deployment of AT&T’s software-defined network infrastructure.
I3 Lab Tangible Augmented Reality, Design Researcher
2016 - 2017
Prototyped a tangible augmented reality model to conduct feasibility, validation,and empirical testing to improve the fidelity of usability testing while limiting the cost and time of the prototype cycle by 50%. Researched prototyping techniques to conduct feasibility, validation, and empirical testing on existing and emerging technology to improve and limit the cost of the prototyping cycle by 25%.


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