Creating efficient, effective, and productive users of technology is what drives his passion for training, consulting, coaching and helping individuals overcome their fear and anxiety of technology and computers. Learn more about Troy A. Burgher, a former resident of Edgemere Houses [of the New York City Housing Authority] located in Far Rockaway, Queens [New York City], and his entrepreneurial journey.
Ever since he stood in for a computer trainer back and “guru”, in the early 90’s, at the Rev. Mason Beacon Program within his neighborhood, he’s developed a passion for sharing his knowledge of computers and software applications with residents of inner-city communities; in particular desktop applications within the Microsoft Office Suite of applications.
Growing up in Edgemere Houses, there were no or very limited local technology and computer literacy resources, overshadowed by sports and craft-related activities, for Troy entertain his thirst for exploring computers. This is what motivated him toward a life-long pursuit to bridging the technology literacy gap that exists in the inner-city community.
25+ years later of freelance training, facilitating technology literacy workshops, and developing training programs has given him solid practical experience in working with and motivating beginner and novice users; transforming them into more efficient, effective and productive users of technology and computers.
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