About Me

Who am I?

My name is Cathy Gurski and I have six years of experience creating beautiful sites and applications that make daily work activities more effective, efficient, and easier to accomplish. I enjoy developing solutions to improve processes, help people better share information, and mitigate potential frustrations with technology. I thrive in challenging environments and am skilled in translating customer and client needs into tangible results.

My Skills


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SharePoint Development

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Work History

November 2013 - Present

Federal Reserve Board

Technology Analyst

Utilize Agile methodologies to improve productivity, efficiency, and enhance cross-department collaboration and communication. Analyze, conceptualize, and develop. Focus on reducing customer frustration and increasing customer productivity. Develop custom workflows and intuitive SharePoint sites with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Python. Collaborate with multiple stakeholders across four divisions to design, develop, maintain, and administer SharePoint sites for multiple initiatives, including Diversity & Inclusion and information security.

  • Recognized for ability to multi-task flawlessly; often given additional projects to complete along with major team projects.

August 2011 - November 2013

KForce Government Solutions

Information Systems Analyst

Analyzed, assessed, and assisted customers with hardware and software related issues. Effectively translated technical information to users with varying degrees of technical knowledge.

  • Division Award of Excellence recipient, breaking records as one of the first division contractors to be awarded.


Expected August 2020

University of Denver

MS, Information & Communication Technology

Concentration: Web Design & Development

Create interactive, web-based applications that support the demands of contemporary business with hands-on instruction in UX principles, information architecture, and Web design.

June 2005

University of Maryland, Global College

BS, Computer & Information Science

A foundation in programming languages and software development.