Evan Wies
restaurant@dogboy.org

I don't know why, but I'm in the top 4 hits for searching on restaurant resume.

This information is out of date, but is here for historical purposes.

To obtain a challenging, people-oriented position at an upscale vegetarian restaurant.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA
September 1992 to August 1997
M.Eng. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
B.S. in Brain and Cognitive Science
Concentration in philosophy
 
Immersion Corporation
San Jose, CA
Internet Technology Manager
September 1997 to December 2000
As a key member of the Evangelism and Developer Group, I led the strategic planning and development of Immersion's Internet technologies. Over the course of three years, we successfully deployed five products. During my tenure, I executed a successful $100k research project from proposal to delivery, coordinating between the government, two universities, and Immersion. In addition to product development, I acted as concierge to key developers, assuring that their specific needs were met, represented Immersion at trade shows and in the media, and mentored interns.
 
Triptych Designs
Cambridge, MA
Chief Technology Officer
January 1996 to August 1997
As a cofounder of Triptych Designs, an Internet and virtual reality systems integration and consulting firm with a focus on haptics, I participated in all levels of operation including strategic planning, sales and negotiation, finance and accounting, project management, and software engineering.
 
MIT Athletic Association
Cambridge, MA
Head Coach, MIT Women's Water Polo
March 1993 to June 1997
After taking the helm, I transformed a low-ranking team into the New England Club Champion. I prepared and led practices, organized the team, handled logistics, and mentored athletes. In recognition of these efforts, I received New England Club Coach of the Year in 1997. I was also a member of the MIT Men's Varsity Water Polo team (four years) and two-time team captain; I was awarded NCAA Division III All-America and Academic All-America.
 
Universal Studios, Hollywood
Universal City, CA
Photographer
June 1993 to August 1993
As a summer job, I took photographs of tourists on the Studio Tram Ride with characters such as Dracula and Frankenstein. I would engage and entertain thousands of park visitors daily.
 
Other
Experience :

I am a frequent restaurant-goer and avid cook. I broadened my cooking techniques through cookbooks, magazines, contemporary cooking shows, and travel abroad. I have been vegetarian for over twelve years.