Kome Okiomah - TestsForge Expert Profile
Kome Okiomah is the Vice director of the IBM certification exam prep department. He oversees the work on IBM certification exam prep materials development. From 2002-2006, he was the project director of IBM certification exam prep in newhorizons. Okiomah's writings have appeared in various edited books. He is a frequent speaker on the topics of IBM certification prep strategy. Okiomah earned a BA in Engineering Physics from Virginia Tech. He focuses on the following certification exams now: 650-379 Advanced Borderless Network Architecture System Engineer (ABNASEE), HP0-J33 Implementing HP StorageWorks EVA Solutions, 642-832 Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks, E22-290 EMC Data Domain Deduplication, Backup and Recovery, HP0-082 OpenVMS Advanced System Administration, Performance, & Support, E20-651 Networked Storage-SAB Installation and Troubleshooting, 642-384 Cisco Express Foundation for Field Engineers, 3304 Avaya Call Center Elite Implementation and Maintenance, 642-165 Unified Communications Contact Center Express Implementation, 1Y0-A22 Citrix XenApp 6.5 Advanced Administration, E20-361 Network Attached Storage (NAS) Specialist Exam for Implementation Engineers and 352-011 Cisco Certified Design Expert Practical. Kome Okiomah also creates the website of indigenouscultures. Indigenous Cultures Institute is an organization whose mission is to preserve and promote the cultures of Native Americans indigenous to Texas and northern Mexico. Combining his interest in native cultures and his web design skills, Kome Okiomah has contributed to completing their educational website. This website serves as their online home base and information source for visitors who would like to learn more about this unique culture. Indigenous Cultures Institute has a variety of educational programs, performances, and learning opportunities available in an effort to promote and ultimately preserve the legacy and history of native cultures. Indigenous Cultures Institutes invites everyone to browse their site and discover how they can experience their unique history.
1. The Indigenous Cultures Speakers Bureau is pleased to offer educational lectures and presentations on a variety of topics related to Native Americans in Texas. If you would like more information on our speakers and how to contact them for scheduling, please visit Kome Okiomah ’s programs-speakers page for all the details.
2. In efforts to assist families in tracing their ancestry, Kome Okiomah has created a web page to promote the Indigenous Cultures Institute Ancestral Legacy Project. This free service helps indigenous peoples to establish a family roll and official documentation. To see how you can get involved, log on to the page of programs-ancestral_legacy.
3. Indigenous Cultures Institute also offers unique performances featuring Native American artists. As Kome Okiomah explains at the page of programs-performances-descriptions, these performances include story telling, dance, singing, poetry, and native musicals. These performances are a great addition to cultural celebrations and educational functions.
4. One of the most important and delicate missions of the Indigenous Cultures Institute is the effort to preserve sacred sites. At the page of programs-sacred-sites, Kome Okiomah provides a detailed report on measures being taken by the United Nations to protect sacred sites throughout Mexico and portions of Texas.
5. As part of Kome Okiomah ’s design of the Indigenous Cultures Institute website, he has a page that features brief biographies of their performers. Visit the page of programs-performances-bios and get to know these unique performing artists who carry on the native traditions of their cultures.
6. At the page of programs-xinachtli-pedagogy, Kome Okiomah focuses on the Xinachtli Project. This teaching initiative emphasizes approaching all subject areas through ideas steeped in the Mesoamerican tradition whose principles evolved out of man’s effort to build civilizations based on their views of how we fit into natural cycles.
7. Kome Okiomah expands on the Xinachtli project in more detail at the page of programs-xinachtli-description. In this section, readers can learn more about how this unique learning methodology takes place and how effective it has been in the educational process of the students the project has followed.