Stephen has joined with Zane Networks to use his expertise in consulting with health care and emergency services organizations. His current clientele includes the Adventist Health Systems – Shady Grove (Rockville, MD.) where he led the team in concert with GE Healthcare to deploy the network infrastructure for the GE 650 Patient Monitoring system deployment within all surgery suites and the pediatric intensive care unit. 

Prior to joining Zane Networks, Stephen spent 40 years in various assignments within the technology management within private industry and high education. He held numerous positions of increasing responsibility within NJ Bell Telephone Co., Bell Atlantic Enterprise Sales, and Verizon Communications over the course of 25 years. His signature focus was the pioneer development of wide area distance learning for county school districts in New Jersey which eventually led to consulting with other school districts across the five-state region and internationally. He retired in 2003 as System Engineering Manager in the Potomac Region for Verizon. 

After a brief pause, Stephen transitioned to higher education to support research on hyper-tension and its impact on end stage renal disease, the development of tele-medicine applications and education technology development with Howard University College of Medicine. He was advanced to the position of Director of Health Sciences Technology for the professional schools which included Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing and Testing Center at Louis Stokes Health Science Library. He consulted and mentored medical students and medical schools in Nigeria and the Eastern Cape of South Africa. After a 15-year career at Howard, Stephen retired in 2018. 

Stephen has continued to use his vast experience through private consulting in various areas of telecommunications planning, non-profit and health care technology. 

Stephen is a 2000 graduate of the University of Maryland Global Campus with a M.S. degree in Technology Management. 

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