George Zamora MTM

Technology Manager

About Me

I am a strong Agile transformation and technology leader with significant experience in government and higher education. Skilled at building cooperative partnerships with senior management, customers, and functional lines to identify new opportunities, and provide efficient and innovative technology solutions for the improvement of administrative processes. Excellent communication, organizational, technology and problem solving skills. Extensive cross-functional experience leading diverse, multi-cultural teams.



University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and History


University of Maryland

Bachelor's Degree in Fine Art and Graphic Design


Georgetown University

Master's Degree in Technology Management

Work Experience

Coding Experience

01- HTML
02- CSS
03- Java Script
04- jQuery
05- XML
06- AJAX
07- RWD

Front-End Web Development Certification

Web Development Certification Capstone Dashboard


HTML5 is the latest revision of the Hypertext Markup Language, the code used to create web pages. HTML5 is designed to be independent of any particular browser or device. It includes new features like video playback, drag-and-drop, as well as enhancements to existing features like forms and tables.


CSS3 is used to manipulate and heighten the visual design of webpages. CSS3 allows you to control the look and feel of every element on a web page without having to rely on images or JavaScript.


In a nutshell, JavaScript is the basic programming language that lets you add interactivity to your webpages. With JavaScript, you can create animations, make things happen when users click on buttons or links, and much more.


XML (eXtensible Markup Language) is a language for describing data. XML is used to create and exchange data between different applications, and it’s the foundation of the modern web.


jQuery, an open-source JavaScript library that makes it easy to manipulate web pages using CSS selectors. It’s rapidly becoming the standard way of working with HTML5 and AJAX.


AJAX is a type of JavaScript that allows you to update parts of a page without having to reload the whole thing. All modern web browsers support AJAX in some form or another, so web pages can be more responsive.


JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a way of representing data in JavaScript. It’s easy to read and write, and it’s become the standard way of exchanging data between web browsers and servers.

Responsive Web Design

RWD is applied when creating websites that are responsibe and adapt to the display of different devices, from smartphones to large desktop monitors. With RWD, you can create one website that automatically adapts to the size of the screen it’s being displayed on.

Other Projects

The Aztecs

Study of the Aztec Civilization

Alphabet Learning

Teaching Toddlers the Alphabet

NCBI Workshop

Event page for NCBI


George Zamora

Gaithersburg MD

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