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Less than a month after the launch of its first six satellites, OneWeb closed a new $1.25 billion financing round to further its internet constellation. SpaceNews.com
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SpaceX could begin initial tests of a prototype of the company’s next-generation Starship vehicle as soon as this week, Elon Musk said March 17. SpaceNews.com
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An Air Force white paper says current space forces are inadequately resourced for the strategic competition that the United States faces in space. SpaceNews.com
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The Air Force Research Laboratory in 2022 will launch an experimental PNT satellite called NTS-3, short for Navigation Technology Satellite 3. SpaceNews.com
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If outer space is the "final frontier," the private commercialization of low Earth orbit — about 100-1,200 miles up — could become the new Wild West if we're not careful. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:04-05-2013
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     Current job:System Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsStrategically focused executive/engineer with years of experience in the aerospace and manufacturing industries, including executive leadership with private company. Recognized expertise in operations, engineering and finance. Strong record in creating
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    Strategically focused executive/engineer with years of experience in the aerospace and manufacturing industries, including executive leadership with private company.  Recognized expertise in operations, engineering and finance.  Strong record in creating and leading teams, producing innovative customer-focused initiatives to dramatically increase revenues.  Proven change agent who initiates re-engineering of critical core processes, resulting in multi-million dollar bottom line impact.  Effective roles: turnaround performance, leadership, P & L responsibility of up to $60 Million in revenue, startups, new product launches, consulting services and project management.

     

    Experience

    Owner at Snyder Technical Services       Feb 2003 – Nov 2012

    Bootstrapped company in 2003

    Went from $0.0K to $4.3M/year and 1 to 36 engineers in eight years

    Responsible for Operations Management & Program Management

    Core areas of company expertise:

         NASA Systems Engineering

         Risk Analysis

         Materials Test

         Propulsion Engineering

     

    Senior Systems Engineer at Snyder Technical Services  Sep 2003 – Jan 2005

    Served on Next Generation Launch Technology (NGLT) Systems Integration Project's Technology Requirements and Analysis team

    Contributed to NGLT Program's Systems Engineering and Analysis (SE&A) activities, including: Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP) processes/documentation; Technology requirements development; and Integrated Product Team (IPT)

    Coached NASA on System Engineering Standards, i.e., IEEE 1220, EIA 632, etc.

    Co-lead for NASA’s cutover to adopt IEEE 1220 Engineering Standard

    Served on the NASA/DoD collaboration via National Aerospace Initiative (NAI)/NGLT association

     

    Senior Systems Engineer at Miltec                              Jun 2001 – Feb 2003

    Defined requirements for QoS telemedicine network

    Served as Network Architect for Wide Band Technology program

    Researched product concept for UWB Networked Sensors

     

    Senior Systems Engineer at Time Domain              Jun 2000 – May 2001

    Defined requirements for UWB Positioning, Radar & Communication fusion

    Wrote Marketing Requirements Document for PulsON200

    Developed requirements for PHY frame formats

    Invention Disclosure: "Maximizing Aggregate Throughput for TM-UWB System Utilizing Radio Resource Managers, Positioning, & Radar"

     

    Senior Product Line Manager at Verilink Corporation           Sep 1999 – Jun 2000

    Product Manager of AS2000, AS3000 & AS4000 Integrated Access Devices  (IAD)

    Responsible for $60M/year revenue

    Successfully managed product line transition from San Jose, CA to Huntsville, AL

     

    Product Manager at ADTRAN                       Feb 1998 – Jun 1999

    Product Manager of Total Access3000 IAD; revenues of $40M/year

    Supported engineering development of Digital & Metallic Test Access

    Wrote Total Access 3000 System Manual, Installation & Maintenance documentation

    Supported engineering and sales team in product development

    Tracked Earned Value Management (EVM) performance across operations

    Managed product lifecycle

     

    Product Manager at Lucent (AT&T)                Sep 1996 – Jan 1998

    Product Manager for Hybrid Fiber Coax 2000 (HFC-2000)

    Managed product lifecycle

    Managed Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM)

    Chairperson of HFC2000 Hardware Change Control Board

     

    Senior Engineer New Product Introduction Lucent (AT&T)       May 1994 – Sep 1996

    Product Engineer HFC-2000 Central Office wired equipment

    Utilized Pro-E for drawing approval & release

    Wrote Shop Instructions for Manufacturing Personnel

    Responsible for Process Engineering and Bill of Materials (BOM)

    First System Application on time: 95% on-time ship record

    Led innovative building/shipping process; reduced cost by $1.5M/year

    Minimized number of orderable items resulting in a $500K/year savings

     

    Information Automation Engineer at AT&T        Feb 1993 – Apr 1994

    System Architect to implement new material and procurement system

    Analyzed material/information flow through shop

    Made system cutover recommendations

     

    Operations Engineer at AT&T                      Aug 1990 – Jan 1993

    Operations Engineer for Surface Mount (SMT) lines

    Led a team of engineers, material managers, shop associates & supervisors

    Did root-cause analysis to determine cause of SMT under-utilization

    Results: 23% increase SMT utilization and 19% lead time reduction

     

    Education

    The Ohio State University             M.S., Industrial & Systems Engineering, 1990

    Activities and Societies: NSF Certification in Manufacturing Engineering.

    Texas Woman's University          B.S., (Double major) Mathematics & Computer Science, 1986

    Activities and Societies: Kappa Mu Epsilon Honor Society

    University of Colorado at Boulder   M.S., (All but Thesis), Telecommunications, 1994 – 1997

     

    Activities

    Own a 1941 Piper J3-Cub Single Engine airplane.

    Private Pilot since 1999


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