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     Date Submitted:17-09-2011
     Last Modified:17-09-2011 (08:50)
    Job information
     Current job:Consultant
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordsfluids, microfluids, propulsion, computational fluid dynamics, vibrations and satellites, business process optimization, financial analysis, space policy
    CV

    Versatile, energetic professional with experience in the aerospace engineering field. 

    * Multiple internships and research in fluids, microfluids, propulsion, computational fluid dynamics, vibrations and satellites.
    * US House of Representatives internship, executing space policy and appropriations oversight.  
    * Skills in business process optimization, financial analysis, leadership, and entrepreneurship.  
     
    Academic Degrees
    * Master of Science, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Mechanical Engineering, May 2009 
    * Bachelor of Science, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Aerospace Engineering, May 2008
     
    Security Clearance: Top Secret - Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) with Full Scope
     
    Engineering Research Experience
    * 2008 / 2009: WPI Graduate research assistant. Designed and started construction for new aerospace department lab; research outcome:  “Lab Analysis Summary for Microflow Research.”
    * 2007 / 2008: WPI: Designed, constructed, and tested a device to study charging nanometer to micron-sized dusty particles in an ambient spacecraft environment.  Research outcome: “Development of a Plasma Source with Integrated Particulate Injector and Charging Sensor.” 
    * 2007 - Australian Bureau of Statistics: Curriculum and pedagogy development for student teachers to integrate statistics into non-mathematical subjects. 
    * 2006 - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: Designed and implemented a vacuum system for the next generation of MEMS Colloidal Thrusters. 
    * 2005 / 2006 - WPI: Colloidal Thruster Lab.
     
    Conference Presentation
    2006 - “EAGLE: Mission to Enceladus,” 2006 NASA Academy Group Project, 38th Annual Meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences, American Astronomical Society, Pasadena, CA
     
    Work Experience
    * Consultant, Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., Strategy & Organization (S&O) Division, Linthicum, MD, June 2010 to Present
    o Project 1: exceeded client’s expectations by developing a more comprehensive, yet simplified, solution than agreed in work’s contract; as an outgrowth, developed a new data base collection method for Booz Allen consultants that is more searchable and user friendly. 
    o Project 2: Was the sole engineer assigned to develop the applied engineering deliverable, while simultaneously assuring it aligned with the S&O solution.  As an outgrowth, independently invented an algorithm to assist Booz Allen consultants to create dual change management solutions for any US Agency-level problem. Developed and delivered two adjunctive training programs to Booz Allen project consultants for the new change management process.
    o Project 3: Co-led Booz Allen team to develop and host an interactive cyber security game for middle school girls, during a 17-company, non-profit event, Computer Mania Day.
    o Supported multiple team projects to supplement client work, including submittal of eight (of 500 proposals) to the internal 2010 Booz Allen annual “Ideas Festival,” where staff produce innovative solutions to solve a range of clients’ challenges and needs.
    o Awards: Internally nominated and awarded Booz Allen’s employee recognition for work executed far above and beyond expectations.
     
    * Intern, US House of Representatives, Committee on Science and Technology, NASA Subcommittee, Washington, DC, Fall 2009
    o Analyzed and reported technical ramifications for NASA and NASA contractors in the appropriations and policy recommendations made by the 2009 US Human Space Flight Plans Committee. Attended US Human Space Flight Plans Committee hearings.
    o Engaged with NASA and industry representatives; contributed to Committee members’ briefs for hearings with scientists and engineers; engaged with the public-at-large.
     
    * Development Lead, CristataMetrics, Woodstock, MD, Summer 2009
    o Developed analytics and proprietary software for a startup company. Combined advanced mathematics and finance into an actuarial tool using both epidemiology and biostatistics.
     
    * Intern, Orbital Sciences Corporation, Launch Systems Group, Reston, VA, Summer 2008
    o Executed vibration Quality Control/Quality Assurance engineering data analysis to support the Taurus rocket for the Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO) NASA contract.
    o Invented a business and engineering data analysis process that improved efficiency, accuracy, safety, and productivity.  Selected to present work to Orbital CEO; assigned to work on a beta model through collaboration with four divisional vice presidents.
     
    * Rocket Operations Intern, X PRIZE Cup and Holloman Air and Space Expo Project; X PRIZE Foundation, Playa Vista, CA, Summer 2007
    o Researched materials performance requirements for launch and landing pads. Wrote the specification for design-build bids for the Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge.
    o Co-led X PRIZE staff to collaborate with the Holloman Air Force Base team to build a mutual communications system for the X PRIZE Cup and Holloman Air and Space Expo. 
    o Developed a mathematical actuarial grid to calculate the Maximum Probable Loss for the event’s insurance policy coverage for both experimental vehicles and 100,000 attendees.
     
    * Research Associate, NASA Academy, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, Summer 2006 
    o One of 20 selected from 2000+ applicants to participate in a competitive leadership and research methods development program. 
    o Gained operational insight with visits to numerous NASA Centers and space-related
    o companies across the country.
    o Skill development in technical writing, individual and team presentations. Attended lectures and meetings with aerospace experts and administrators.
     
    * Intern, Autofab Race Cars, Elkridge, MD, Summer 2005
    * Intern, Engineering and Government Affairs Departments, National Ready Mixed Concrete Association, Silver Spring, MD, Summer 2004
    * Intern, Laboratory for High Energy Astrophysics, Project Constellation X, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Winter 2003 
     
    Professional Affiliations
    * 2010 / Present: Engineers without Borders
    * 2004 / 2008: Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association
    * 2004 / 2008: Aerospace Industries Association, Student Chapter
     
    Scholarships
    * 2004 / 2008: Worcester Polytechnic Institute: University and Alumni Grants
    * 2004 / 2008: Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA)  
    * 2004 / 2008: Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Rehabilitation Services
     
    Skills
    * Expert in MATLAB, Microsoft Office (including Visual Basic for Applications)
    * Competent in FEMLAB, Solid Works, GAMBIT, FLUENT, Gibbs Cam, Camtasia Studio 7.1
    * Exposed to Pro-ENGINEER, LabVIEW, Six Sigma
    * Entry level Japanese
    * Licensed scuba diver

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