Meet the Team
Meet the CourseVector Team
Our team is comprised of talented developers, designers, writers, programmers, and artists!
Mike started his career managing a small international bakery where he applied his management skills along with a unique ability to integrate desktop computers in an industrial environment before desktop computers were readily available. Using technology to automate the production process and developing a focused marketing strategy allowed Mike to sell the company after substantial growth and enter the computer industry full time.
After managing a custom build computer hardware store and programming shop, he moved into the Internet world in 1997, building an Internet Service and Wide Area Networking company into a 6,000 client family-based business. After selling that company at the height of the Internet boom, Mike began consulting, programming and designing websites and other Internet based services.
Mike’s success has come from an honest desire to help client’s succeed and that attitude is reflected in the values of every member of the CourseVector team!
Gabriel began his programming career taking on small clients throughout high school. During college, he began programming multi-media training solutions for the United States military. After a few years, a major Central Florida employer noticed his talent – The Walt Disney Company. Some of his projects as a Flash developer for Disney included: Disney’s Cruise Line Podcast, Disney’s Magic Your Way, Walt Disney World Homepage (English/ Portuguese/Spanish/French), ESPN The Weekend, and Disney’s Customized Maps. Though he left Disney in early 2008, he continued programming for big-name clients. Many other national-brand clients include: The Dark Knight (Hershey’s), Ironman (Hershey’s), Twizzlers, Hershey’s, Kennametal, Dentsply, Learn to be Healthy, New Holland, Tycho Electronics, Modjeski and Masters.
Gabriel realized a dream in 2010 by joining the United States Air Force. During his service, he continued to program even though this was not his primary job. He truly enjoys the challenge of solving client problems through innovative programming solutions. Gabriel is a Junior Partner and the Lead Programmer with CourseVector. He recently completed his Master of Professional Studies in Information Sciences, Cyber Security and Information Assurance through Penn State.
Jennifer began her career writing training material for the United States military. After 10 years in the military/technical writing field, she began to branch out, writing training for the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police and a Pennsylvania machining company. In addition, Jennifer began writing sales and marketing copy for websites while studying SEO.
Currently, Jennifer specializes in project management and copywriting for CourseVector in addition to her duties as the Operations Manager. She prides herself in knowing “just enough to be dangerous” when it comes to building websites. She strives to stay in the happy middle ground where she can still easily interface with clients but also act as a competent asset to the development team.
Joshua Choate, a US Air Force veteran, is a jack-of-all-trades in the Web Design world. He is versed in various programming languages and designs artwork from logos to websites to print. His love of the World Wide Web began at an early age. While he enjoys all things “web”, his favorite part of the job is creating a beautiful and functional user experience.
Joshua graduated from Messiah College with a bachelor’s in Computer Science with a concentration in Web Management.
Joshua joined the CourseVector team in March of 2017.
Drew Feldman’s first experience with programming was in middle school. He used to make games for his little brother, who would then play and critique them. This grew into a passion for software development that went on hold briefly when he joined the Air Force in 2013.
As an Air Force meteorologist, programming wasn’t something he did on a day to day basis, but he continued to practice throughout his active duty time, where he learned C# and C++ in order to work in the Unity and Unreal Development engines. After separating from active duty, he completed his Computer Information Systems, Software Development Bachelor’s degree at Messiah College.
Drew joined the CourseVector team in October of 2019.
Timothy Fulton is a web programmer and e-Learning developer. He has over 13 years of defense contracting experience ranging from IT help desk support to programming Training System Applications. Satisfied clients include the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Department of Veterans Affairs. He has a degree in Computer Programming and Applications from Valencia College.
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