Hi, I'm Travis
Aug '15 - Full Stack Engineer (Rocketrip)

I currently work on the engineering team at Rocketrip, helping to fundamentally change the way employees spend money on business travel.

Most of my time is spend building out our core UI logic/components using React, Redux, Webpack, and SASS + CSS Modules, but I also enjoy working within our Django app.

Mar '15 - Lead Front End Engineer (GE ITLP)

I joined GE’s Information Technology Leadership Program in June 2013. The job gives recent graduates the chance to work in four completely different IT roles over the course of two years, with graduate coursework built in throughout.

During my final rotation I worked as a Lead Front End Engineer on the High Impact Innovation Team, developing hybrid mobile applications for GE’s various business units.

Sept '14 - API Architect (GE ITLP)

For my third rotation, I worked as an API Architect for GE’s Next Generation Operations initiatives. Partnering directly with the COO of IT at the company, I launched and delivered the first iteration of GE’s next generation app tracking solution.

As the sole developer of the implementation, I built a RESTful API with Node.js and PostgreSQL then integrated it with our company-wide OAuth2 provider for identity management. The application was one of the initial AWS deployments within the company, giving me the chance to document infrastructure best practices (Bash scripts, CloudFormation templates, etc) and partner with our cloud service owners to improve the developer experience within GE’s VPCs.

Mar '14 - Full Stack Engineer (GE ITLP)

I worked as a Full Stack Engineer during my second rotation, helping to launch a new home page for GE’s 300,000+ employees. My main deliverable was building various components for one of the largest implementations of Angular.js in the world but I also got the chance to work on our backend, refactoring the existing Node.js API server and building out new routes/3rd party integrations.

Aug '13 - ServiceNow Project Manager (GE ITLP)

My first rotation was spent working within GE’s ServiceNow Center of Excellence managing part of the largest ServiceNow instance in the world. I owned technical implementation of our notification stream, working with a development team of four to push 70+ platform features to production.

My other projects included helping GE Healthcare build out new ITIL processes within ServiceNow and managing the development of a new marketing portal for my organization.

May '13 - Summa Cum Laude UConn Grad

I graduated summa cum laude from UConn in May of 2013 with a Degree in Management Information Systems and a cumulative GPA of 3.96. Courses like Accounting, Finance, and Management gave me a solid foundation in business while others like Software Development, Database Design, Data Mining, and Web Development allowed me to explore my passion for technology.

Apr '13 - UConn Business School Hall of Fame

In addition to graduating as an Honors Scholar, I was one of the three undergraduates added to the UConn Business School Hall of Fame during 2013. In my final month of school I was inducted as a Student Fellow for my academics, thesis work, and extracurricular involvement.

Jul '12 - Telecom Intern (GE ITLP)

Prior to my fulltime offer I interned within GE’s Global Infrastructure Services on our IP phone systems. My summer was spent managing the integration of a 3rd party solution that enables self-service password reset functionality. I also had the opportunity to redesign my team’s internal portal.

Nov '11 - President (Alpha Epsilon Pi)

Outside of the classroom I was a vocal leader within Greek life at UConn. Originally elected as Secretary of my fraternity sophomore year, I became President during fall of 2011. My year long term was spent managing a 9 man executive board, leading an 89 brother chapter with an operating budget of $75,000, and working with other Greek organizations to push our community in a positive direction.