Dr. Oakley is the CEO and President of Virtual Computing Technology. She has over 25 years of experience in the Financial Services and Public Sector, working with a variety of institutions including State, Local and Federal government entities. Prior to her current role as CEO, Dr. Oakley worked in the Financial Sector of IBM as a Client Executive. Dr. Oakley’s career started at the Federal Systems Division of IBM as a Computer Scientist on a number of projects for the Federal Government. These included programs to develop missile guidance and tracking systems. In addition to her career with IBM, Dr. Oakley worked at Oracle Corporation as the Director for Public Sector in El Segundo, California. Dr. Oakley received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from University of Maryland, a Masters of Business Administration and a Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership from Pepperdine University.
Yvette Miller is the Director of Operations. She has substantial experience working for small enterprises supporting government contracts and for large and small enterprises in the IT solutions, consumer products, consulting, logistic and entertainment sectors. Yvette has worked as a Project, Operations and Finance Manager at Mars, Inc and Finance Manager at Disney Corporation and Oracle Corporation. Yvette has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration from the University of Southern California (USC). She also earned her Project Management Professional Certification (PMP). Yvette has lived and studied in Ecuador, South America, and is fluent in Spanish.
Michelle Rodriguez is the Executive Assistant to the CEO and also serves as VCT’s Human Resource Specialist. She brings over ten years plus in Administrative and Human Resource Support. Prior to joining VCT in 2016, she was an Accounting Specialist for 12 years. Michelle attended Syracuse University completing Human Resource Fundamentals and is currently working on her Professional of Human Resource (PHR) certifications.