Cameron Geasey has more than ten years of experience designing, building and advising on business information and collaboration systems, particularly Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365, as well as on architecture for external websites. He particularly focuses on improving business processes and information flow for project teams and organizations that are seeking to reduce organizational silos, working with matrixed reporting relationships, working in a federated corporate environment, or with geographically-distributed staff. With experience in digital communications as well as a technical background, Cameron brings to his projects a deep appreciation for business needs, and the ability to rapidly identify and gather requirements, craft solutions, and communicate effectively with stakeholders.
In addition to his in-depth SharePoint architecture and migration experience, Cameron helps clients understand how the new and emerging services of Office 365 can help them to meet business objectives, including replacing outdated processes, reducing email volume, and improving overall management insight. Many components of Office 365 only provide their greatest value once a critical mass of employees is using them, and Cameron is adept in helping organizations effectively achieve this critical mass.
- University of Washington
- Hazardous Waste Program of King County
- World Vision International
- VisionFund International
- SharePoint System Administration
- Office 365
- SharePoint Migration
- Workflow Administration
- Business Analysis
- Training and Adoption Planning for Business Collaboration Software
- E-Learning Module & Video Production
In an engagement for the Housing and Food Services department at the University of Washington (UW), Cameron served as the technical project manager and the SharePoint administrator for a SharePoint upgrade. He installed and configured a SharePoint 2016 farm within the high-security UW environment, migrated hundreds of gigabytes of data and dozens of forms and workflows, and oversaw the testing process across multiple organizational units for a system that is critical to the administration of food service and living spaces across 634 acres of Seattle and hosting more than 46,000 students. The project was completed without system outages and with uninterrupted functionality for critical workflows.
In an engagement for the Global Marketing Learning & Capabilities group at World Vision International, Cameron project-managed a team of consultants to migrate a corporate intranet (available to 25,000 staff) from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013, including a re-brand and a full re-design of the user interface and site architecture. He oversaw testing with the initial team, then continued as the sole consultant to bring the product to maturity. This included advising the client on change management and adoption as they used the system to roll out new marketing channels, strategies, brand guidelines and creative assets to staff in 20 countries. During this time Cameron also served as the sole analyst and developer to re-design and migrate a knowledge base and bug reporting/tracking database for a major CRM system to SharePoint 2013.
Education and Interests:
Cameron holds an undergraduate degree with distinction in International Studies (Europe – focus on Russia, East Europe and Central Asia) from the University of Washington. He is a life-long resident of the Pacific Northwest and enjoys exploring the Seattle area’s bike trails.