• Adjutant Workshop, Inc.
    March 1995 – Present
    Founder and President
    Adjutant Workshop, Inc. (formerly Adjutant Software, Inc.) develops software for political campaigns at the state and local level. Our main product is Campaign ToolBox – the first software package approved for electronic filing in Florida (the first state to use electronic filing of campaign finance reports). A secondary focus is on data management and analysis.
  • Gather The Fragments Bible Mission, Inc.
    January 2009 – Present
    GTFBM is a missionary project that brings the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the people of Sierra Leone, West Africa. I am responsible for providing financial and logistical support for the mission team in the field. The mission compound is in a remote village in the gold mining town of Baomahun.

Previous Employment:

  • Saxon Tax Software
  • Florida Production Engineering
  • Emerson Electric
  • Sparton Electronics
  • Cone Mills Corporation


Political Experience

  • Candidate for county-wide office (1992)
  • Treasurer for two state representative campaigns
  • Speech writer
  • Republican convention delegate
  • Database manipulation and mailing list generation
  • Vice-president and newsletter editor of local Republican group
  • Early-stage campaign organization



  • Berry College (Mt. Berry, Georgia) 1980, B.S. in Industrial Technology
  • University of South Florida (Tampa, Florida) 1974, B.A. in Mass Communications (Advertising & Public Relations track)
  • Other classes taken at University of Florida, Florida Technological University (now University of Central Florida), University of North Carolina

Honors, Awards, and Leadership

  • Kentucky Colonel
    Governor and Secretary of State of Commonwealth of Kentucky
    Awarded September 30, 2004 for service to the Commonwealth of Kentucky by Gov. Ernie Fletcher and Sec. of State Trey Grayson.
    Adjutant Software had a contract with the Kentucky Secretary of State to provide software and support to all political candidates and committees in Kentucky. Following the hurricanes that swept through Florida earlier that year, despite structural damage and no utility power, we continued to serve our customers by running on a small generator and cell phones.


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