BIOGRAPHY

Mark Stevens

President, Aerospace Exports Incorporated, Moreno Valley, USA

Mark Stevens is the President of Aerospace Exports Incorporated (AEI), a leading integrator of ITAR & EAR regulations into aerospace management systems. AEI is dedicated to the aerospace supply chain, providing on-site and/or virtual compliance specialists for on-going or single transaction engagements. Aerospace manufacturers look to AEI to deliver compliance solutions including policies, procedures, and training to assure compliance to U.S. export control regulations.

Mr. Stevens has more than 35 years of experience in the aerospace and defense industry. During his career Mr. Stevens has held senior regulatory and quality management positions, including senior export official for a foreign-owned international firm with thirty-six aerospace manufacturing and testing facilities within the United States. Mr. Stevens was recognized by the NASA Quality Leadership Forum and by the JPL Office of the Management System as a unique resource for his expertise in implementing and assessing regulatory and aerospace standards. Mr. Stevens has performed hundreds of regulatory and quality system assessments at aerospace prime and sub-tier organizations, including various NASA and USAF facilities.


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