Experience

Electrical Engineering Manager

Dates

Jan 2019 - Present

Company

Moog, Inc; Radford, VA

Responsible for technical leadership and management of electrical engineering department. While in this role, I have been able to:

  1. Modernize and improve firmware release processes

  2. Improve productivity of direct reports through exposure to new techniques and technologies

  3. Advise project managers as to the technical capabilities, workloads, and relative workload of the department

  4. Improve data visibility and data literacy of the organization by requiring automated testing for throughout the design and deployment cycle

  5. Implement informal professional development environment through lunch ‘n learn activities

  6. Lead by example

Electrical and Firmware Design Engineer

Dates

Dec 2007 - Jan 2019

Company

Moog, Inc; Blacksburg, VA

Responsible for all aspects of electrical design (schematic, layout, and software) for brushless DC and permanent-magnet synchronous motors. Also responsible for documentation of product along with production support.

  1. Improved development workflow for the group by shifting group from directory control into a source control software

  2. Improved design documentation activities by implementing reports to be attached to engineering change processes

  3. Improved design quality by implementing design checklists for schematics, layouts, and components

  4. Acquired basic reliability analysis skills, including Weibull analysis

Electronics Repair Technician

Dates

May 2007 - Dec 2007

Company

Advanced Electronic Services; Mt. Airy, NC

Component-level diagnosis and repair of uninterruptable power supply board modules with ratings ranging between 2kVA to 800kVA utilizing benchtop troubleshooting equipment, such as oscilloscope, curve tracer, and multimeter.

  1. Acquired basic soldering proficiency (through-hole, surface-mount)

  2. Learned the fundamentals of three-phase power

Fire Support Specialist, Artillery

Dates

August 2000 - August 2004

Company

United States Army; Multiple Locations

Call for, observe, and correct indirect fire from artillery batteries. Advised command-level entities of fire support asset capabilities and availability. Participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom with the 101st Airborne Division 2003 to 2004.

  1. Developed land navigation skills through training

  2. Learned to show up to work on-time

  3. Developed perspective