A business professional with 30 years of private sector leadership now aligned with nearly 10 years experience in the federal government combining skills in project management, industrial and systems engineering, operations research and management science, and knowledge of advance technologies to bring greater efficiencies to his mission of protecting the Nation’s transportation systems and ensuring freedom of movement for people and commerce.
I’m an IE because I believe in industrial engineering and what our members are capable of accomplishing. I’ve used my skills to solve business problems in more than 40 countries. It was indeed an honor to be the recipient of the Fellows and SEMS Management Awards at this year’s annual IIE conference. Additionally, I was selected as the Engineer of the Year by the Washington DC Council of Engineers and Architects. I received the INFORMS Moving Spirit Award for work with their DC Chapter, was a Franz Edelman Finalist, and am a member of the Edelman Academy. As IIE’s National Capital Chapter president since 2004, we have received Gold Car Honors every year since 2005.
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