President, Fulfillment and Web Services, HBCUCONNECT
Joined: Sep 6th, 2000
|About (request update)
Hi all! I have been working with HBCUConnect since the early 2000s. My roles have varied so I have experience doing all sorts of things, including video editing. I have previously worked with Lucent Technologies and Worldcom/MCI. I also taught a few years as an adjunct professor at DeVry University. My background is in technology/computers - thus my degree in Computer Science. I was a military child and have been to Germany 3 times because of it. Visited Italy and France while I was overseas. I hope to one day travel the globe.
|Education (request update)
I currently work with HBCUCONNECT
as President, Fulfillment and Web Services
I have 26 years of experience working in the Computers, Software industry.
President, Online Operations & Fulfillment |
From June 2005 to Current • 19 year(s)
In my current role, I assist clients with fulfillment needs as it pertains to services through HBCUConnect. Making sure that the client gets what they need and what they expect is priority. I also conduct tools training to clients who wish to utilize our services to recruit diverse talent. This mainly consists of using our resume database tool as well as posting job and internship opportunities. If it is a service that we provide, I am usually in the loop at some point and time to help facilitate and make sure we execute on everything promised.
Technical Lead |
American Direct, Inc.
From April 2003 to June 2005 • 2 year(s)
Web Application Developer/ Programmer |
MCI Worldcom / UUNET
From March 2000 to July 2002 • 2 year(s)
Adjunct Professor |
From September 2000 to April 2002 • 2 year(s)
At DeVry, one 3-hour night per week, I lectured college students on the basics of the JAVA programming language on a weekly basis. Subject matter included java applications, Object Oriented Programming (OOP), java GUI with SWING components, java APPLETS, some multimedia (*sound and images*), and file input and output (I/O).
Technical Staff Member/Programmer |
Lucent Technologies /Bell Labs
From June 1998 to September 1999 • 1 year(s)
In this role, I debugged existing C programming code in a UNIX environment and then tested it on multiple platforms using Unit Testing procedures. Modified proprietary software for the Year 2000 issue. Created numerous C programs to assist in solving low to high priority bug fixes and Modification Requests (MRs). Programming fixes were documented and bundled up in a package to be sent out to customer sites and installed. I then took a break from being the programmer to being part of Lecent's software deployment team for 9+ months where we installed/upgraded software at various Bell Atlantic sites in the NE US. Major traveling was involved as well as stays at a site for weeks at a time. Provided technical support to Bell Atlantic customer sites during the process of upgrading their switch surveillance systems. Experience installing on and loading on TANDEM Puma and StarServer machines with Lucent software and had experience speaking face to face with customers, acquiring their responses and problems with the newly installed software, starting and stopping processes and monitoring machines to report any problems.
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Tagged by Cheer Leader on 09/04/2022
Que Paso amigo
Tagged by Cheer Leader on 03/24/2022
Hello Reggie. I am elated to be a member of HBCU Connect. I am a graduate of the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana School of Architecture with a BS in Architectural Studies and a graduate of ITT Technical Institute with an AAS in Computer-Aided Drafting Technology. Although I didn't attend an HBCU, I intend to support my Black Brothas and Sistas on their journey towards achieving their goals. With that said, I know firsthand the struggles of paying fees and tuition. Even with scholarship assistance at the University of Illinois, there were things that I struggled to pay for.
Now, having been in the workforce for several years, I have younger loved-ones who will hopefully be going to college someday, hopefully an HBCU, and I strive to help them avoid the pitfalls I’ve experienced.
I’m am so excited to have come across an amazing means of saving for college, where, instead of saving for 15 to 18 years, I can compress my time to save down to 3 to 5 years, with a better yield! Take a look at the attached YouTube video, about 9 mins long, and then share your thoughts. Thank you!
Tagged by Terrill Eiland on 05/15/2021
Hello. I see you are the vendor white cable knit sweaters with college insignias. How can I purchase?
Tagged by Kim Grigsby on 01/06/2021
Tagged by Cheer Leader on 04/20/2019
Thanks for always posting the scholarships! Very reliable and helpful.
Tagged by TIA MCDONALD on 12/17/2018
Hello fellow member. Have a great day.
Tagged by Ralph White on 04/27/2018
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Tagged by Sally Ruhiu on 06/30/2014
I just want to say that I appreciate you for sharing this information with us. I know it hasn't been an easy route for you, especially being a military child but God has truly blessed you with a gift that you have no problem sharing. Thank you for your care and love to help us college students.
Tagged by Sharnita Lloyd on 01/11/2014
Contact me at your earliest convenience at 562.431.8397. Don't use the service so I am hoping you do and that you get the message. Peace.
Tagged by Everett Glenn on 09/25/2013
Reg Have a fun Birthday Month!
Tagged by Cheer Leader on 09/19/2013
Thank you for visiting my profile.
The website presentation ( www.trylightyear.com ) is not directly about paying off student loans. But Take notice of the 2nd testimonial when the single mother talks about sharing this LightYear Wireless concept with her 2 daughters. IT was at that moment I decided to put together a simple spend sheet that any HBCU-CONNCTION student could use to take control of their student debt.
MY basic theory using this LightYear Wireless concept was to help you & other students to do this just 1 time/wk. You will learn how to earn weekly income (so that you can just to enjoy the college life) & monthly residual income. It is the residual income that I'm trying to show you in the spread sheet on how to payoff your student loans.
Please simple reply so that I can send you a FREE copy of this spend sheet.
If you have any questions email me back or call @ 609-815-1958
Tagged by Gil Royster on 08/30/2012
Hi Reggi,here "I" am again with another Reggie Help post on BIA the site...It is @Reggie RE:Your thoughts...thanks in advance for your help. (smile)
Tagged by ROBINSON IRMA on 03/12/2012
Can anyone join the HBCU Concert Choir Group?
Tagged by WILLIE DYCKS on 09/01/2011
Finally! I kind of know another Phi Beta Sigma man. Most of my male friends are Kappas. Love your colors.
Tagged by Viola Dunn-Thigpen on 12/16/2010
Thanks for the heads up! I love HBCU bands. I've been a fan of drum and bugle corps competitions but these bands could learn much from HBCU bands.
Tagged by Viola Dunn-Thigpen on 11/05/2010
Okay, I wouldn't want to lose faith in your writing skills.
Tagged by Viola Dunn-Thigpen on 11/04/2010
HOW DO WE CHECK THE STATUS OF THE HBCU CONNECT SCHOLARSHIP?
Tagged by JASMINE CLAY on 06/23/2010
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Tagged by Vinicent Holland on 04/23/2010
OMG...I think I may cry. I was so ready to go this year. Well, I had so much fun last year, and when you go next, I'll be the first to sign up! Thanks Reg! Have a great evening!
Tagged by Opal Mabry on 04/14/2010
Hey Reg!!! What's up with the cruise this year?
Tagged by Opal Mabry on 04/14/2010
What's up Frat? Good seeing a Brother doing well. May God continue to Bless you in your process. Keep on keeping on. GOMAB !!!
Tagged by WILLIE DYCKS on 04/05/2010
New member on site look foward to chatting with ya!
Tagged by gail hill on 04/02/2010
Hey Reggie, Thanks for adding me as a friend and Frat Brother. Hope things are well with you. GOMAB!!
Tagged by WILLIE DYCKS on 03/15/2010
Hi Reg!!! How are things? When will the cruise details be posted? TTYL!
Tagged by Opal Mabry on 03/08/2010
Happy New Year to you and yours. May GOD Bless you with Great 2010!
Tagged by J SIMMONS on 01/03/2010
How have you been MAB?
Tagged by ROBERT FRANCE on 09/29/2009
I'm new to using the site, but so far it seems ok.
Tagged by M. Pradia on 09/22/2009
Hi Reggie, Take a look at my homepage on BSWC: http://www.blacksinglewomenconnect.com/ I can't get the margins to comply. Can you have someone fix them for me? Thanks Joyce
Tagged by C. Joyce Farrar-Rosemon on 09/12/2009
Thank you Reginald for replying. Welcome. I look forward to knowing more. Please access the PRESS RELEASE at www.elizaearsman.com. Have a Blessed day. In Christ. Eliza.
Tagged by Eliza Earsman on 09/12/2009
Thanks for adding me!
Tagged by D M on 08/13/2009
how do i do that?
Tagged by Tatiana Welch on 04/16/2009
Thanx for the add, Mr.Culpepper, keep doing your thang!
Tagged by Shante Anderson on 04/10/2009
Reggie, make sure you view our site we do school colors and all. God bless. www.emiyworld.com
Tagged by Calvin Mann on 03/24/2009