Joseph montgomery - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile
By working at TestsForge as part of their software development staff, Joseph Montgomery brings with him twelve years of computer software development hands-on experience in embedded systems, firmware testing, and Java technologies. His career has spanned successful positions as a Staff Software Engineer, Assistant Systems Engineer, and Android Engineer for Cisco Systems, IBM, and VMware. These successes are owed in part to Joseph Montgomery 's successful completion of his education at Xi'an Jiaotong University. His research is focused mostly on the following certification exams: 642-374 Cisco Express Foundation for Systems Engineers, E20-530 Storage Area Network (SAN) Specialist Exam for Technology Architects, 642-972 Data Center Application Services Design, 642-577 WLANSE, 646-206 Cisco Sales Expert, HP2-H01 Servicing HP Desktops and Workstations, E22-192 Captiva Installation, Configuration, and Management, 650-369 Advanced Collaboration Architecture System Engineer (PSACASE), 640-506 SUPRT, E22-290 EMC Data Domain Deduplication, Backup and Recovery, JN0-120 E-series, Associate (JNCIA-E), 650-251 Cisco Lifecycle Services for Advanced Unified Communications (LCSAUC), E20-322 Technology Architect Solutions Design, HP2-N33 Selling HP IT Performance Suite Solutions, 642-584 Security Solutions for System Engineers, 640-460 Implementing Cisco IOS Unified Communications, HP0-M43 HP Service Manager 9.x Software, 9E0-541 RSS, 220-802 CompTIA A+. Joseph Montgomery also creates the website of bridgetofreedomfoundation. Unfortunately, slavery is alive and well and not just a shameful reminder of the distant past. There is still slavery all around the world, and people who need rehabilitation from escaping slavery. That’s why sites like the Bridge to Freedom Foundation are so helpful in helping to restore survivors to their dignity, and help give them a role in society. This site bridges together survivors, service providers, communities and companies that have outreach programs in place to help victims of modern slavery. The goal of this organization, first starting in 2008, is to ensure survivors can build the skills and get the resources necessary to start a new life. As Joseph Montgomery’s website explains, the organization hopes to bridge the gap and open communication between all parties. The Bridge to Freedom Foundation also works with other organizations to help bring together all resources so that survivors can learn to thrive, whether that’s in teaching them self-confidence, interviewing techniques, and help in learning language skills.
1. About the webpage BTFF_Brochure.pdf: The BTFF’s goal is to bridge together survivors, service providers, and corporations to strengthen the community. Joseph Montgomery’s posting of the brochure page covers donation arrangements, program needs, and various ways people can get involved with the cause. Read over internships, professional development, volunteering and other opportunities.
2. About the webpage Our Team2.html: Volunteer team members are just as important as the organization’s founders, because everyone’s contributions help to influence change. Team members like Mary Rankin, Evidence-Based Research Associate, Elyse Elder, Recruitment Coordinator Volunteer, among several others are featured. The entire profile list is available at Joseph Montgomery’s page.
3. About the webpage Our Team.html: Meet the minds behind the Bridge to Freedom Foundation. Joseph Montgomery’s team page profiles director and founder Cassandra Clifford, as well as other board members like Abhipraya (Abhi) Subedi, Patrick Clifford and Barbara Amaya. It also highlights their backgrounds.
4. About the webpage opportunities.html: What can you do to help stop slavery? Joseph Montgomery’s opportunities page details ways to join important organizations, to volunteer your free time and energy, and join internship and fellowship programs. There is always something you can do to make a difference.
5. About the webpage programs.html: What is being done to stop human slavery all over the world? Joseph Montgomery’s page for the Bridge to Freedom Foundation explains what programs are currently in place, as well as future projects. The goal is to bring survivors and the nonprofit community together for collaboration.
6. About the webpage PreviousEvents.html: The Previous Events page recounts past successes that have played an important part in helping people escape slavery and make peace with themselves and the world. Joseph Montgomery’s page lists significant events such as a self-defense class and a stop human trafficking walk cause.
7. About the webpage 2011 NGHTAD Poster.pdf: This page by Joseph Montgomery focuses on the National Global Human Trafficking Awareness Day. It’s easy to dismiss the reality of slavery, but an estimated 27 million people are still being held captive in slavery with very little hope. This brochure offers contact information and statistics on the problem.