About Me

In a sentence:
Spirit of an inventor, heart of an adventurer, eyes of an artist, and a mind for business.

In a few more:
After graduating with honors from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Sabeeh went on to pursue his Master’s of Science in Information Systems (IS). Aside from leading multiple student organizations, and working as a full-time IT professional, he was able to accelerate UMBC’s 5 year combined BS/MS accelerated IS program to complete in a mere 4 years. He holds CCNA, JNCIA, and BCNE networking certifications that were obtained while working as a Network Engineer in the Architecture team at the Computer Sciences Corporation. There he created and implemented a process and network architecture which decreased the time for Systems Integration Testing from an average of 2-3 months to 1-2 weeks, saving hundreds or hours of labor. After being selected into the prestigious Future Technical Leadership Program with Northrop Grumman, as a Solution Architect, he went on to complete three 1 year rotations in Northern Virginia, SF Bay area, and Austin, TX. Throughout his rotations, Sabeeh managed designed multi-million-dollar tech solutions for large federal and state customers. Aside from that he participated in a variety of efforts ranging from managing $10M+ Bill of Materials, leading teams of HW/SW Engineers and Tech Fellows, hosting a televised interview of NGC CEO Wes Bush, receiving multiple innovation awards, writing Crypto/Blockchain whitepapers, and building new company capabilities from scratch. Sabeeh's always had a passion for learning, building, and helping, but with this drive he ultimately wants to bring opportunity to those less fortunate. For fun? Travel (20+ Countries, woo!), food, startups, tech, and books (suggest one below!)

Contact Details

Sabeeh Hameed
(240) 321-9795
Sabeeh125@gmail.com

Work

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Northrop Grumman Corporation

Future Technical Leadership Program

Solutions Architect June 2015 - Present Austin, TX

o Third Rotation – Systems Engineer/Project Manager – Austin, TX:
Established the Datacenter Center of Excellence from design, to planning, rallying support, and execution with focus on Storage and OS. Product Management activities for an AI/ML based Cyber and Performance monitoring app. Analyzed PMO processes, conducted interviews, and developed and executed improvements to realize direct cost reductions, increased communication, and higher PM productivity. Received OTB Innovation Grant. Planned and hosted the Cybersecurity Forum on Cyber Forensics and Artificial Intelligence.

o Second Rotation – Systems Engineer/Deputy Program Manager – San Jose, CA:
Led the design of an innovative $1M technical solution that effectively doubles the MAGIC program's capacity for Data Analysis with ability to scale. Spearheaded engineering baseline activities on a new system and addressed senior customer leadership concerns directly. Led employee resources (7 SW/HW engineers, 1 Tech Fellow, 1 NG Fellow) and technology development as Deputy Program Manager of the NEMO program. Received Think ouTSide the Box Innovation Grant for developing innovative VR capability using COTS products. Selected to give a talk at the Annual NG Systems Engineering Symposium.

o First Rotation – Solutions Architect – McLean, VA:
Participated in Health Division capture and proposal activities for $50+ million opportunities. Led and facilitated efforts to create AFES Bill of Materials ($10M+), Integrated Master Schedule, Logical Architecture Diagram, OV-1, and other proposal documents. Setup ITSSC VMWare Environment to run trade study determining which of several vendors was most effective at COBOL mainframe code modernization. Held solution sessions with technology vendors to assess advantages of partnering to offer cutting-edge solutions. Provided Scrum and UX leadership for Easy Access Portal application built in conjunction with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Led a one-year effort to organize and host a one-hour personal interview with Northrop Grumman CEO Wes Bush.

Computer Sciences Corporation

Professional Network Engineer January 2013 - June 2015 Annapolis Junction, MD

-Performing Systems Integration Testing (SIT) and on multivendor networking devices including Cisco, Juniper, and Brocade while meticulously complying with ISO standards.
-Upgrading, configuring and troubleshooting of 16+ F5 Load Balancers.
-Completing over 10 SITs with 100% success rate, and 0 problem reports, considering 1200 opportunities of failure.
-Configuring, testing, and troubleshooting various functionality like BGP, OSPF, Virtual Chassis, VPN, QoS, Multicast, SNMP, RSTP, VLANs, VRRP-E, VIP, TFTP and RADIUS.
-Facilitating teamwork between groups to ensure validity while developing test cases.
-Working with complex tools such as Spirent Test Center, HP Network Node Manager, BladeLogic Network Automation, Packet Design Route Explorer, and JUNOS Space.
-Attending training, seminars, and national conferences hosted by Cisco, Juniper, Brocade, and Spirent technologies.

eTrepid Inc.

Network and Systems Administrator January 2012 - January 2013

-Installing, maintaining, upgrading, and supporting 65 plus servers at 27 sites.
-Responsible for maintaining current backup mirrors of all servers for historic and emergency purposes.
-User administration and management using Active Directory and Group Policies.
-Provide technical expertise and recommendations in assessing new IT software and hardware initiatives to support and enhance existing Microsoft based systems.
-Provide support and resolutions for IT software and hardware issues covering Tiers 1 - 3.
-Assist and administer application installation, upgrades, and testing.
-Performing backups and updates on Cisco ASAs and routers and switches.

Education

University of Maryland Baltimore County

Masters of Science in Information Systems August 2014

Relevant Course Work:
Distributed Systems (IS 651)
Structured Systems Analysis & Design (IS 636)
Decision Making Support (IS 603)
Advanced Database Design (IS 620)
Management, Leadership, and Communication (ENMG 652)
Internetworking (IS 652)
Online Communities (IS 728)
Foundations of IS (IS 601)
Intro to Cybersecurity (CYBR 620)
LAN Management (UNIX) (IS 651U)

University of Maryland Baltimore County

Bachelors of Science in Information Systems May 2013

Relevant Course Work:
Management Information Systems (IS 300)
Software and Hardware Concepts (IS 310)
Introduction to Database Design (IS 410)
Database Application Development (IS 420)
Data Communications and Networks (IS 450)

MBA Preparatory Certification

Relevant Course Work:
Business Law (MGMT 360)
Corporate Finance (ECON 374)
Marketing (MGMT 425)
Production Management (MGMT 410)
Management and Administration (MGMT 489)

Get In Touch!

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  • Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.”

    Dale Carnegie
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    Steve Jobs