For over 15 years, Michael has expertly navigated many companies through complex technology implementations. Michael co-founded Bluewolf in 2000 to help coach companies to implement software better, faster, and more economically, as well as building effective internal models for the long-term support of mission critical applications. Michael is also committed to the development of the Bluewolf Technology Scholarship, a grant program awarding college scholarships to New York City public school students pursuing careers in technology. Michael received a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Georgia. He lives with his wife Emily and three children, Johnny, Eve, and James, in Brooklyn, New York.