2009-2011 – Instructor, University of New Mexico’s Project Management Continuing Education Program (Basic Approaches to Lean/Six Sigma)
2000-2006 – Director of Quality, Decade Optical Systems, Inc., Albuquerque, NM
1999-2000 – Program Manager Defense Threat Reduction Agency Program, Honeywell Technical Services, Inc., Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, NM
1995-1999 – Department Manager Mission Readiness and Development Department, Honeywell Technical Services, Inc., Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Greenbelt MD
1975-1995 – Various operational, quality, and management positions, AlliedSignal Technical Services, Inc., GSFC
2000-Present – Senior Examiner and Technical Editor for the Quality New Mexico Awards Program
1996-1998 – Director for GSFC Internship Program
1995-1999 – Board of Directors for the Cooperative Satellite Learning Project (Project Management Mentor)
Publications and Achievements
2015 International Conference on ISO 9000 – Co-presented a technical paper titled, “Interlinking Performance Excellence & Multiple ISO Standards”
2011 Albuquerque Quality Network – Presented a workshop titled, “Implementing Electronic Quality Management Systems
2008 International Conference on ISO 9000 – Co-presented a technical paper titled, “Electronic Change Management System’s ISO Applications – Super User”
1998 Cooperative Satellite Learning Project – Won the Government Technology Leadership Award. The CSLP, a high school-level educational outreach program, won for its unique integration of technology and education, including the highly successful space biology Get-Away Special experiment – the (in)famous cockroach canister, flown on space shuttle flight STS-95
1996 – Managed the development and implementation of innovative systems designed to improve project management and planning functions for new satellite missions, resulting in over $500K in annual cost savings to NASA
1975-1995 – Served as Operational Readiness/Quality Test Conductor on over 25 GSFC launch teams including Delta and Shuttle missions
2007-Present – Member, Albuquerque Quality Network
2001-Present – Member, Quality New Mexico
1997-Present – Senior Member, American Society for Quality
1997-Present – Senior Member, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
1999-2004 – Member, Profession Aerospace Contractors Association
1997-2003 – Member, National Association of Partners in Education
1986-1999 – American Red Cross - Standard First Aid/CPR Instructor
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