I am from Massachusetts & now live in London, and in the San Francisco Bay Area (my view). I have been a computer consultant for the past 13 years. I wrote my first newspaper column and built my first website when I was 14. Since then, I have provided tech support to clients worldwide, built and managed teams of up to 15 on comprehensive web development projects, and helped raise a cumulative $5MM for Bay Area start ups. I am a blogger for The Huffington Post and have gone on assignment for National Geographic. (Download the iBook).

I am also the president of Curry Without Worry, a Bay Area non-profit that serves the food-insecure, and was recently featured in The New York Times. I am a distance learning student at UMass Amherst, and was featured on the schools website.

I want to work with organizations that make a difference in society and in their local communities.

I love to research, and get energy going around new ideas. As they form, I help vizualize and bring them to fruition with graphic design, writing, web development, and social networking.

I quickly come up with conceptual designs in Adobe Fireworks. I like the idea phase, where wireframes are created, and then made into polished designs. After that's complete, I can translate them into valid HTML5/CSS3 and Javascript. While I am stronger in design (UI/UX) than I am in code, I love both. I am getting better every day as I work and train.

I am also a people person. I love getting teams together, brainstorming, and growing ideas. I have built and managed teams of up to 10 and acted as a project manager using Agile Development method tools like Trello, Pivotal, and version control with GIT(Hub).

I love doing what I do.

Creative

UI/UX Design & Dev

Agile/Scrum Team Management

HTML5/CSS (Incl. Less,Stylus)

Pure Javascript & Jquery

Git Version Control

API/DB Integration

LAMP Stack Setup/Management

Node.JS, Angular JS, Mongo DB, etc.

Operations/Legal/Trademarks

Video Editing/Production

Mac/Win Desktop Support / Training

Beatboxing

Stand Up Comedy

A recent testimonial : My company hired Jesse to help with the front-end design and user interface of our new SaaS platform for the financial crime compliance industry. Jesse was not only able to deliver the project on schedule and budget, but he was also able to meet all of our strict specifications, such as ensuring that the design was older browser compatible (a must for our product). I look forward to working with Jesse on any future projects.
~ Christian Focacci, CIO & Co-Founder. TransparINT, LLC

Present

Front End Web, & Writing

Huffington Post, & National Geographic, and Bloc.io

I am actively freelancing on a variety of web development projects as well as working on a book, actively blogging, and currently doing a front end intensive at bloc.io, building out a MEAN stack video editor.

2013

Front End Developer

Captricity.com

I enjoyed my role as a member of the technical staff at this innovative and cutting edge startup, working beyond OCR, to transform paper, fax and pdf forms into actionable data with 99% accuracy. I got better at my existing front end tech team skills, as well as working to pick up new technologies such as Python, Django, and Ubuntu.

Check out Captricity.com for more info.

2011-2012

Social Networking Technologies

Project Manager

Built a team of eight and managed the process pipeline for new product development - from concept to specifications to design to code development. While I have a strong set of UX creation skills using the Adobe suite I can also lead other designers and coders to follow functional specifications and did that here. This position gave me extensive experience in content creation, and in user interaction analytics experience to attain strong natural search results, including big data manipulation and integration of over 10 APIs. Helped raise over $3MM in startup capital.

Resigned after one year contract to persue other interests and travels. Still a shareholder and hope they take off soon.

2009-2011

Luxe Commerce

Founding Web Designer, Developer, and CTO

On original founding team of venture-funded startup. I helped secure funding, designed and ran entire site, from UI/UX design to server administration. I developed, designed, and led the web team, as well as overseeing all IT-related decisions for the company. Helped raise $1.3MM seed round.

A true San Francisco SOMA start-up experience. Late nights and early mornings galore, but I'd do it again any day!

2006-2009

Abacus Wealth Partners

Marketing Director, and assistant to the CEO

I reported directly to the CEO of this nationwide financial management firm and served as the firm’s IT and Marketing Director, performing extensive technical consulting, project management, advertising, and IT help desk. I provided online marketing and web development services for the launch of the best-selling book The Cure For Money Madness (Random House). This project included developing a large social media campaign.

2006-Present

Curry Without Worry

President

I helped form and still work actively on this blossoming food program that serves over 200 impoverished people every Tuesday in downtown San Francisco, and nearly 300 weekly in Kahtmandu, Nepal. We are a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, and we aim to provide needy souls a dignified experience and a healthy, hearty meal. To date, we have served approximately 105,000 meals. We were featured in The New York Times.

Learn more about CWOW, and please donate to support this great cause.

1999 - 2001

Greenfield Community College

Communciations

2011-Present

UMass, Amherst

Distance Learning Student

I am an active distance learning student in The University Without Walls program. I am working towards a degree in IT administration. I am a featured student on their website.

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