The Divine Saga Studios IT Services Division, is managed by experienced
professionals with long careers in the business and technology markets.
FOUNDER AND CEO
Before working privately as a Technology expert. Kevin went into the Army straight out of high school and made a brilliant career in the military. He served with Special Operations Command and deployed throughout the world. Kevin served in the first Gulf War, Kosovo, and many other deployments.
Upon being medically retired from the military, Kevin went to college. He earned a degree in Network Administration and was hired by Outback Steakhouse to work in their IT department.
Kevin’s natural leadership skills, determination and knowledge allowed him to rise to the position of IT Manger over a large staff.
From there, he served as an IT Manger and Consultant with a number of other companies.
Consecuently, Kevin harnessed his time to the most to achieve a degree in database management and programming, then he decided to use his knowledge and experience to go into something that was his real passion, 3D animation. So, he took numerous courses and worked on a diversity of projects which has led him to creating his own company.
BARBARA VON DER OSTEN
A move to Washington, D.C. came next where she worked for a large Government Consulting Group for five years. This led her to working on various contracts for the US Agency for International Development at the State Department.
Barbara has also held various other positions throughout her career, including research analyst, marketing specialist, intellectual property paralegal, and non-profit legal administrator. She is also a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCPS).
She enjoys traveling, including an exploration in China which entailed taking a river boat down the Yangtze River to experience the Three Gorges. Barbara is also a scuba diver, exploring the waters around such places as Mexico, Honduras, Belize, the Caribbean Islands, the Bahamas, the Socorro Islands, Palau, Tahiti and Bora Bora. Next on her bucket list is diving with Great White Sharks near Guadalupe.
An avid reader, Barbara partnered with her father to publish a book on his experiences during WWII, LST388: A World War II Journal, out in October 2017 by Deeds Publishing. Currently she is working on two of her own memoirs, and also entertaining several other writing projects, both fiction and non-fiction.