Brother Fullmer is Founder and President of Blue Sphere Solutions, LLC, a project management and technology consultancy. Steven holds Project Management Professional (PMP), Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and CompTIA Technical Trainer (CTT+) credentials, and numerous technical certifications. Steve applies his skills as a staff instructor for Interface Technical Training. Several of his courses have been professionally produced as video series and are currently being internationally distributed through Lynda.com.
His career experience includes architecture, development, and project management of core mainframe operating system elements, super computers, microprocessor and personal computer networking, and system security. He is an expert in Internet technologies, including participation on the team that first commercially deployed SSL for HTTPS. Steven served AG Communication Systems/Lucent Technologies as a subject matter expert in the development of Voice over IP and a broad range of Internet related technologies as a visionary, lead architect or project manager.
Steve was initiated at the Theta Delta Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity at Willamette University in January 1975. While at Willamette he completed Bachelor’s degrees in Chemistry (Biochemistry) and Biology (Zoology). He studied Biochemistry at Arizona State University before starting his IT career, later returning to complete a Services Marketing MBA in 1993.
Kappa Sigma most expanded Steve’s vision toward leadership and service to others. He is a lifetime member of the National Eagle Scout Association and has served as a volunteer leader at the pack, troop, district, council and national levels for more than 40 years. He is a past president of the Heard Museum Council, a federally licensed wildlife rehabilitator, past alumni president for Brophy College Preparatory, past president of the Xavier College Preparatory Dads’ Club and a current member of the school advisory board. At the international level, he is a past regional chieftain for Clan Cian (Carroll), and a recipient of the Knights Cross International Order of St. Stanislas (KCStS – Class V). He has also served Kappa Sigma as ADGM, a national commissioner, multi-term president of the Greater Phoenix Alumni Chapter, and as Trustee to several chapters including Gamma-Rho.
“Brotherhood extends beyond our tenure at any specific university, our era, a specific generation, our careers or interests, or any other artificial barrier that we might imagine. Kappa Sigma’s have the ability to lead the planet we call home to a brighter future. The vision, the mission, and the effort should never be allowed to dim.”