A certified informational technology specialist, Denise A. Wintz commenced her career in 1986 as a retail specialist for Amway, a role she maintained until 2011. During her tenure with Amway, she notably served at myriad other companies in IT positions, including the New York Blood Center from 1997 to 1999, the New York City Department of Education from 1999 to 2003 and Primerica from 2003 to 2010. Likewise, she also excelled at Safe Horizon as a help desk director between 2006 and 2007. Subsequent to these roles, Ms. Wintz flourished as a Windows 7 deployment coordinator for InSource Incorporated from 2012 to 2013 before attaining her current venture as an IT specialist and administrator for Radnet.
Concurrent to these endeavors, Ms. Wintz has also served as the owner of Computer Green Team, a business that provides green solutions to small corporations alongside other information technology needs. Holding a vast array of IT certifications and leveraging coursework from Medgar Evers College, she has also contributed philanthropically to numerous civic organizations, such as Children of Homage and the Emmanuel Baptist Church. Since 2009, she has also volunteered with Rebuilding New York City.
Renowned in the tristate area for her expertise in hardware, software, networking, desktop support, and written and oral communication skills, Ms. Wintz has ultimately accrued more than 25 years of experience in her practice. In addition, she holds 12 years of end-user experience in Word processing and desktop publishing. Notably, she is a past president of the Westchester chapter of the National Association of Professional Women. Ms. Wintz has maintained membership with various organizations, including the National Association of Female Executives, Corporate Women’s Network, Help Desk Institute and National Society of Black Engineers.
To attest to her success, Ms. Wintz was highlighted in the August 1996 issue of Home PC Magazine. She was also listed in the International Who’s Who of Information Technology in 1998, 2006 and 2007. Furthermore, she obtained a Team Player Award from the New York City Department of Education in 2002 and a Youth Leaders of Emmanuel Volunteer Award from the Emmanuel Baptist Church in 2016, among many other accolades.
Looking toward the future, Ms. Wintz intends to ease into retirement while accruing 15 streams of passive income. She lives by the mantra “Never give up,” and has always enjoyed helping other individuals improve upon their lives.