About

TracyLevine_lowres-33

HELLO WORLD!

Allow me to introduce myself…

I’m a die-hard buckeye (O-H), lover of all things spring and an IT guru (almost). I began my career over six years ago as a recent college graduate via my alma mater, THE Ohio State University. I graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration with a focus in Operations Management (y tambienΒ una menorΒ en espanol). Equipped with my background in supply chain, a green belt in six-sigma and a good grasp on reality (because living off your parents and going to class for 2 hours a day is adequate preparation for the real world), I began my new life as a Young Professional (henceforth known as yopro) in Cincinnati, OH.

I am now an experienced IT professional with extensive experience in project management, organizational change management and IT consulting. Tracy has a proven track record of excellence through leveraging leading market solutions and innovative approaches across various industry verticals and all lines of business. She is a results-oriented and customer-minded individual who excels in a fast-paced environment. Successful in analyzing complex business problems and articulating technology in terms of integrated business processes. My functional business experience includes knowledge in areas such as: Role Design, Sarbanes-Oxley, GRC Access Control and Process Control, Forecast-to- Stock, Repetitive Manufacturing, , Project Management and core cross-module integration.

I invite you to read my blog, share ideas and help me navigate technology and the world!

Signing Off,
Tracy

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