Meet the Team


A native to the Finger Lakes region of New York, Brandi became a transplant Floridian when she moved to Florida in her late teens. BA attended Daytona State College, completing both an A.S. in Computer Programming and a B.S. in Engineering.

Brandi joined the DME team as a data processor, moving in to their web programming department soon after. She has been involved in many aspects of DME’s applications – from client-facing websites, to internal work sites – giving her a unique understanding of many of DME’s abilities. As the current lead of the Configuration department she is in charge of the team that sets up and manages the Connect portals, as well as tackling the on-going efforts to make the sites modern and responsive.

In her free time, Brandi likes to work on various art projects – from painting, to photography, to costume making. When she’s not doing that, she’s coming up with new baked good recipes to share at work.


In 2004, Kim relocated to Florida and soon after started working for DME. She loves to beach comb collecting shells and sea glass while exploring and enjoying Florida’s beautiful, relaxing beaches.

Kim is a life-long Cardinal Baseball fan originally from the Prairie State, Southern IL, where she was born and raised.


Stephen, originally from Michigan, has been working in Florida for the last 20 years in the print and marketing industry. He has a deep background in technology and enjoys playing music when he gets a break from the office.


Born and raised in New York City, Michael studied history at the University of Michigan, and landed in Florida where he hides from the snow in the north.

Before coming to DME Michael spent a decade as an Implementation Manager in the Online Education sphere, first in University level courses and later in Ethics and Compliance training.

 Michael enjoys cooking, a hobby he picked up in his parent’s Midtown Manhattan Italian restaurant. When not cooking he can usually be found binge watching critically acclaimed television, and when not doing that he is often imploring his coworkers to watch the next great thing.