The vision of MSF Global is to be a company that directly addresses the problems our clients need to solve. The end results of our work may involve marketing initiatives,strategies to increase sales, reporting and mapping tools, and custom software or websites, but ultimately our ambition is greater than any single deliverable.
We aim to create solutions that are intuitively linked with an enterprise’s decision-support framework. We build systems that increase efficiency and the spread of knowledge,to ultimately create positive changes throughout organizations’ operations.
From governmental departments to businesses large and small, MSF Global helps our
clients reach their constituents and customers, create new efficiencies, and overcome
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Jebadoss’ is responsible for requirement analysis, software design & development and DBA; thus, database design, maintenance & application architecture. As a 2003 graduate of Annamalai University- India with degrees in Computer Science and Engineering. Before joining MSF, he worked with CABS Inc, New Jersey and MIT, India. His role in the previous jobs were DBA, requirement analyses and software designer. Jebadoss likes to relax by reading and listening to music. His favorite quote is, “Do not complicate life, live simple.” Jebadoss feels MSF Global differs in quality compared to other competitors due to the openness to adapt and master new technologies and domains we offer.
With the team since 2008, Tony’s responsibilities include cultivating MSF’s relationships with local, state and federal government, private, corporate and community foundations as it relates to generating new revenue from those sectors. His role specializes in Business Development and Community Relations. Tony is a graduate of Dillard University, 1994 and University of New Orleans, 2000 with degrees in BA-Political Science andMA-Public Administration. Prior to joining the MSF Global team, Tony explains:
“My practical experience has been laden in advocacy for underserved communities. I was hired as the Program Director for the Department of Justice’s Weed and Seed program in Jefferson Parish. Weed and Seed was a community based law enforcement initiative that involved “weeding” out the crime and “seeding” in the positive with resources. My responsibilities primarily consisted of providing oversight of the 1 million dollar federal grant. After leaving Jefferson Parish, I continued my pursuit of social justice for all as the Vice President of Federal Programs at the New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation. In that role, I managed the organizations community based programs managing a 5 million dollar budget of private and public funding. Tony’s life philosophy is to “Live life in constant preparation with the anticipation that all you desire personally and professionally will come to fruition.” His favorite travel destination is Jamaica. Since joining MSF Global, Tony believes that MSF’s leadership is driven by an unquenchable thirst to always be on the cutting edge compared to other competitors.”
Mandy’s role and responsibilities at MSF are of graphic design, web programming, planning & strategy, with a focus on content layout, UI design and development.
She is a graduate of Milwaukee Area Technical College, 2003, with a degree in Graphic Design as well as a certified Web Developer from Truman College, Chicago.
Prior to joining MSF Global I had been working as a freelance designer/developer helping small businesses create an online presence through Open Source CMSs and social media. Prior to moving down south, Mandy worked in Chicago IL as the lead designer/developer for a small plastics company managing the visual and technical side of their marketing efforts.
Mandy enjoys photography, DIY home furnishing projects, playing bass, and going on adventures. Living a philosophy of “you only live once.” Mandy feels MSF Global differs in quality compared to other competitors by offering a small team of creative thinkers whose diverse talents allow them to solve complex issues in a relatively short amount of time.
JB joined the MSF Global team in March 2012, as a web developer specializing in GIS and GIS web applications. With a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Louisville JB’s background includes Director and Software Engineer for Geographic Computer Technologies, responsible for managing technicians and project managers, estimating and bidding on contracts, maintaining our servers, and developing and maintaining the tools used at the firm and the online web maps that were developed for clients. Prior to that, JB was a Graduate Research Assistant in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Tulane University, where he conducted research on the ligaments of the knee, mentored undergraduate researchers, and assisted with the teaching of classes. His hobbies include game programming and origami and says he “lives where he would want to vacation, New Orleans”, although he enjoys taking trips to visit family in Kentucky and Ohio. JB feels that a proven track record of performance, with the flexibility of a small firm puts MSF Global in front of the competition.