US West NewVector Group
September 1990 to November 1995
Internap Corporation (INAP)
Data Process Analyst
October 1999 to March 2002
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Lead Programmer Analyst
July 1984 to August 1990
Enterprise Architect Principal, Enterprise Architecture
Enterprise Architect Principal, Enterprise Architecture
August 2008 to January 2009
Director, Business Systems, IT Business Management, Office of the CIO
September 2005 to July 2008
Manager, Business Systems, IT Business Management, Office of the CIO
October 2003 to August 2005
Enterprise Architect Manager, Enterprise Architecture
March 2002 to September 2003
Starbucks Coffee Company
Lead Data Architect
November 1995 to October 1999
Enterprise Architect Principal, Retail Experience Technology Innovation
February 2009 to March 2014
Data Analyst @ US West NewVector Group From September 1990 to November 1995 (5 years 3 months) Data Process Analyst @ Internap Corporation (INAP) From October 1999 to March 2002 (2 years 6 months) Seattle, WALead Programmer Analyst @ Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory From July 1984 to August 1990 (6 years 2 months) Enterprise Architect Principal, Enterprise Architecture @ Starbucks Delivered and maintain the unified commerce domain interaction target and transition architectures which serve as input to value-delivery roadmap planning, timing and dependency identification. Established the enterprise API design practice and SOA wiki, including documented patterns, conventions and an API catalog, enabling department-wide adoption of SOA-based integrations.Assisted teams in designing enterprise APIs including: partner verification for Spotify and Lyft, loyalty member endpoints, near real-time retail sales and invoice transactions and item availability for Mobile Order & Pay and product recommendations. Data architect for Mobile Order & Pay. Designed extensions to the Product and Location APIs as well as the product catalog to support ordering and valid customizations. Enterprise Architect Principal, Enterprise Architecture @ Starbucks Led the Customer Experience program Customer Data Integration track which included: * defining a conceptual model representing a single view of customer* identifying an address verification service* recommending data stewardship roles and responsibilities* developing a customer data services strategy and implementation plan From August 2008 to January 2009 (6 months) Director, Business Systems, IT Business Management, Office of the CIO @ Starbucks Developed recommendations for programs, projects and enhancements needed to close identified gaps and improve IT's end-to-end processes, delivery capabilities and overall effectiveness. Worked with IT Leadership to prioritize the overall portfolio. Oversaw the execution of these investments, including performance reporting.Facilitated the IT Governance function and maintained the IT Policy Library.Worked with Sourcing to conduct an IT spend analysis and benchmarking. From September 2005 to July 2008 (2 years 11 months) Manager, Business Systems, IT Business Management, Office of the CIO @ Starbucks Managed the team responsible for capturing IT tool-related service and process requirements as well as the leads for portfolio management, resource management and IT communications. Developed and maintained the Information Technology process and service delivery models.Coordinated the effort, working with Internal Audit, to bring IT solutions into SOX compliance. From October 2003 to August 2005 (1 year 11 months) Enterprise Architect Manager, Enterprise Architecture @ Starbucks Facilitated the development of business systems architectures, including 3 to 5-year implementation plans.Provided data analysis, modeling and design for operational systems and data marts.Facilitated and documented integrated process designs for the combined credit card and stored value card Duetto program. From March 2002 to September 2003 (1 year 7 months) Lead Data Architect @ Starbucks Coffee Company Managed data process analyst resource assignments.Coordinated business data stewards to increase the value of shared corporate data provided in an enterprise database of shared integrated store subject data. Developed a strategy for managing the data resource in a package environment.Facilitated business organizations in developing 2 to 3-year information systems plans.Developed an enterprise model identifying key processes, subject areas and decision support dimensions and events.Supported application development efforts with data analysis, modeling, design and DDL generation.Process architect for a multi-year systems management effort. From November 1995 to October 1999 (4 years) Enterprise Architect Principal, Retail Experience Technology Innovation @ Starbucks Initial Technical Product Owner for Starbucks Open API, responsible for vision, architecture, business case, as well as roadmap planning, implementation and ongoing communication of product status to leadership. Led the selection and implementation of an API gateway for consumer experiences which included a developer portal, API catalog, and key management for 1st, 2nd and 3rd party API access. In addition to company-owned development, this enabled 2nd parties like licensees to support Starbucks rewards and 3rd parties, like Concur, to develop experiences tailored to Starbucks customers.Provided the data architecture for Starbucks mobile app including the Product API, Location API and Drink Builder design and data sourcing.Designed the Coffee and Menu Manager solution for consumer-facing product information management. From February 2009 to March 2014 (5 years 2 months)
What company does Elise Guerette work for?
Elise Guerette works for US West NewVector Group
What is Elise Guerette's role at US West NewVector Group?
Elise Guerette is Data Analyst
What industry does Elise Guerette work in?
Elise Guerette works in the Retail industry.
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