Thanks for visiting. I developed advanced project management skills during my tenure as an Internet project manager enabling banks and Internet startups to gain an Internet presence during the I-boom of the 1990's. The task was to create a customer interface for businesses desiring to come online in an uncertain, risk-prone, and rapid-paced business environments. For 1998, I was awarded best Internet customer service by the Boston Globe and such a mention in the New York Times while project manager for eToys.
The Internet corporate environment was fluid and fast-paced where decisions had to be implemented rapidly, and at times, rescinded and rethought almost immediately in this unknown territory. This was an environment where titles had little meaning as when the job needed to get done; everyone participated despite seniority or title.
During that time in California and recently in Nevada and Utah, I have focused on issues that affect natural resources. These include massive water transfer projects, coal-fired power plants, air quality, drought management, and environmental toxics.
Combining my ability to create then manage new projects from scratch in risky and uncertain environments, and knowledge about natural resource issues, I can marshal the necessary resources to tackle current and future challenges, seen and unseen.
"I work with communities, businesses, non-profits, and governments as a project manager who brings together stakeholders, expertise, and funding sources to meet current and future challenges to water and other natural resources."
The challenges today are large. It has been stated that for everyone in the world to live at the American standard, we would need three earths...
Terry Marasco, all rights reserved