Stephen Yeargin

Application developer and team leader with a focus on managing complex projects to achieve desired results. More than 15 years of professional experience in all facets of software development.

Technical Skills

Professional Experience

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Senior Application Developer (November 2017 - Present); Application Developer (January 2017 - October 2017)

Technology: Apache, Bash, Docker, Elasticsearch, Epic EHR, GitHub, GitLab, Google App Engine, Google Cloud, Grunt, Hubot, Jenkins, Jira, jQuery, MariaDB, Oracle, PHP, PivotalTracker, REDCap, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Sass, Bootstrap, Silex, Symfony, Zend, Serif Affinity, Tableau

Raven Tools

Engineering Manager (February 2016 - December 2016); Operations Manager & Senior Developer (December 2014 - February 2016); Senior Developer (May 2012 - December 2014); Developer (May 2011 - April 2012)

Technology: Amazon Web Services, Apache, Backbone, Bash, Bootstrap, CentOs, Chef, CodeIgniter, Dashing, GitHub, Google APIs, Grafana, Hubot, Jenkins, jQuery, Lumen, MySQL, Node.js, PHP, React, Redis, Ruby, Redmine, Sass, Stripe, Vagrant, WordPress


Manager of Strategy (October 2010 - May 2011); Interactive Strategist (August 2009 - September 2010)

Technology: Axure RP, Drupal, Redmine, WordPress

MTA Distributors

Director of Publications (August 2008 - August 2009); Media Specialist (September 2006 - July 2008)

Technology: Apache, Amazon Marketplace API, Eclipse ERP, jQuery, PHP, PostgreSQL

Union City Daily Messenger

Pre-press Tech / Mac Operator (May - August 2006)

Technology: Bondware, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop

The Pacer

Executive Editor (August 2003 - May 2006); Technical Editor (October 2002 - July 2003)

Technology: Apache, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, MediaWiki, MySQL, PHP, QuarkXPress

American Junior Golf Association

Communications Intern (May - August 2004)

Technology: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, ASP/VBScript

Tri Star Services

Application Developer (February 2001 - January 2003)

Technology: ASP/VBScript, Microsoft SQL Server


Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)

Project Management Institute; Credential #1672054

Earned November 2013; Expires November 2023

Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED

American Red Cross; Credential #002L2R7

Earned January 2020; Expires January 2022

Volunteer Experience

Transit Now Nashville

Young Leaders Council Board Intern (May 2020 - Present)

Transit Now Nashville’s mission is to engage the Nashville community to promote a vibrant transit system.

Tennessee Kappa Alumni & Volunteer Corporation

President (March 2019 - Present); Trustee (2010 - 2013, 2018 - Present)

Because undergraduate chapter membership turns over every four years, the AVC provides continuity by maintaining a long-term perspective. AVCs that focus on the following will ensure the long-term growth and success of the chapter: Mentoring undergraduates, cultivating alumni, managing assets, and maintaining corporate health.


Contributing Writer (January 2017 - Present)

Regular contributor to Nashvillest, an award-winning blog started in 2008 by two Belmont graduates that wanted to share what they were learning about the Music City. My contributions typically cover news, politics and transit. The site’s content keeps readers informed and engaged with the city we call home.

The Pacer

Project Archivist (October 2015 - Present)

I maintain a growing digital archive of the student newspaper at the University of Tennessee at Martin. I have cataloged all available issues from 1928 to 1985, as well as several years in the early 2000s. I created an easy to use website for browsing the collection that is hosted on The Internet Archive.

Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee

Nashville Class 14 (June 2020 - July 2020)

The Transit Citizen Leadership Academy is designed to equip private- and public-sector leaders across the 10 counties of Middle Tennessee with tools to lead conversations about the value of multimodal transit across the region and about the emerging mass transit options that can address our mobility needs.

Young Leaders Council

Nashville Class 74 (February 2020 - May 2020)

The Mission of the Young Leaders Council is to train diverse, committed individuals to effectively participate on the boards of nonprofit organizations and make a difference in the community by replenishing the volunteer leadership base.

Nashville Emerging Leaders

Class of 2019 (February 2019 - April 2019)

Nashville Emerging Leaders (NEL) is an 11-week leadership training program designed for young professionals in Nashville. Each year, approximately 30 individuals are chosen through a rigorous selection process. NEL members participate in a series of weekly sessions facilitated by Strategy and Leadership.


University of Tennessee at Martin

Bachelor of Arts, Mass Communications (major); Business Administration (minor) - 2006