Dissertation title: "Design of a Multi-Language Editor with Static Error Detection Capabilities." This original technology is now used in tools like Microsoft Visual Studio.
Extensive background as Software Developer.
Added successive architectural improvements.
"!%@" email addressing, such as research!greg@Berkeley, 1980
Designed and implemented for AT&T CareComm Patient Information Network, based on OSI X.409 and X.410 protocols.
"Portable C Software," published by Prentice Hall, in 1990.
Translated into Japanese and Italian
Integrated AT&T POST directory with e-mail delivery,
Reduced operational cost to under 25% of industry norms.
Designed and coded custom software (in C and shell)
Reformatted messages between UUCP, SMTP, and MS Mail formats.
Translated attachment formats between MIME, UUENCODE, MS Mail, and AT&T Mail
Packaged the result into an internally supported software product for UNIX mail servers.
Designed Domain Controller and MS Exchange server solution for Avaya’s worldwide network.
Separated Avaya network from Lucents on aggressive time line.
Created Avaya team to support e-mail, e-mail gateway, and POST directory with 25% cost of Lucent.
Started the ongoing process of including "Gender Identity" in corporate Equal Opportunity policies
Successfully championed for first inclusion of this policy in Lucent, 1997.
Started the ongoing process of covering THBs in corporate health benefits policies
Successfully championed for THBs for Lucent employees.
Coverage of medically necessary transsexual surgeries, medications, counseling, and physician care.
Worked with HRC to include points for THB coverage in 2006 HRC Corporate Equality Index.
This National award is given to the person who has made the most significant contribution to advancing LGBT workplace equity.
Brought recognition to Avaya, Bank One, and JPMorgan Chase in LGBT Community.
Conducted rigorous academic study
Measured THB cost for employers who may choose to include them in their benefit plans.
Paper submitted for publication to International Journal of Transgenderism
Presented results at Out & Equal Workplace Advocates conference in 2004.