It is such a task to write a summary of who I am. I can write about specific things I am interested in but to summarize them and say “about me”, is just difficult. I hope the simple site layout and detailed info on different topics will paint the summary that I could not have penned. Thanks for visiting my site. Feel free to comment, connect or contact.
– President of ASME – (HU Chapter) (2008-2010)
– Programs Committee member, CEACS, Howard University (2007-2008)
– Secretary of Howard University Robotics Organization (2007-2008)
– Programs Coordinator for Engineers without Borders-
HU Chapter (Raised $30,000 for Orphanage in Panama) -(2007-2008)
– GM Ecocar Assistant Team Leader – Engineering and Designing a hybrid vehicle
– Tau Beta Pi Honor Society (2008 Initiate)
– National Society of Collegiate Scholars (2006 Initiate)
– Golden Key International Honor Society (invited)
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- Legacy Scholarship and Dean’s Honor Roll 2007 – 2009 (Howard Univ.)
- College of Engineering, Architecture & Computer Science Student Council Best organization award 2009 – As ASME President
- Student Club Leadership Award (Hillview College)
- UNCF Business Plan Scholarship 2009
CEO @ TechD – I use Mechanical Engineering product development techniques and six sigma principles to solve our clients problems. I believe all engineering problems whether IT or Mechanical can be solved using the core scientific method to produce the best hassle free solution.
A division of TechD
- 1 year total experience in machine design, test and implementation of complex electro-mechanical systems which directly or indirectly supported product development and manufacturing. Developed and managed matching engineering processes and documentation using six sigma techniques and industry best practices.
- 5+ years of teaching, technical and academic support for schools and industry; focused on implementing best practices and new technologies while motivating a team, students or advisees towards set final goals.
- Applicable Skills: Matlab (Intermediate), AutoCAD and NX Graphics (Basic), Solid Works (Intermediate), Gambit/Fluent (Basic), Computer Science, Programming (FORTRAN), Microsoft Office, MySQL, Electronics
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Stemco LP, Aug 2010 – Jan 2011 – Responsible for solving and fixing two closing die tools with unknown failure issues. Implemented a cost effective process improvement that maximizes the use of in house materials for effective blow off of parts.
FMC Technologies, Houston Texas, Summer 2009 – Responsible for estimating, designing and quoting Exxon Mobil on a test project. Also handle the mass updating of old engineering calculations documents.
Fairbanks Morse Engine, Wisconsin, Summer 2008 – Responsible for investigating, analyzing and proposing a schedule for manufacturing of two of their engine models.
Summer Research Summer 2007, Howard University Cancer Center in collaboration with the Engineering Department, Worked on data collection of 2-D MRI images to rebuild a 3-D model of the prostate gland.
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MSEIP Technical Administrator, Jan 2011 – Aug 2011 – Manage 30 students and a team of 4 chaperons. Assisted in planning and execution of the 2010 MSEIP summer program; syllabus, logistics, communications etc. Responsible developing surveys and facilitating improvements in the program. Assisted with the communication among the participants. Assisted in developing follow up publications, posters that was used at a presentation in Europe.
MSEIP Technical Consulting, Jun 2010 – Jul 2010 – Served as a independent consultant and technology assistant. Responsible developing surveys and facilitating improvements in the program. Assisted with the communication among the participants and between the university media. Assisted in developing follow up publications, posters that was used at a presentation in Europe.
Eduserc Summer Camp Counselor MAY 2010 – Jun 2010 Worked with 5th graders to developed the concepts if eletromagnetism and guided them to build an etromagnetic and a fully powered eletromagnetic car.
CP and CP 2 Facilitator, Spring 2009 – Spring 2010: For two years (2009 & 2010), faculty within the department, in collaboration with the Capstone Institute at Howard, engaged in a research program [CP, (CP) 2] that is based on the Treisman model. I The research data has shown more students with grades B and higher in calculus, physics, and chemistry than non-participants.
HU Math Lab, Fall 2007 – Fall 2008: Major mathematician tutor working in the “math lab” assisting students across the campus.
DC Tutoring, Fall 2006 – Spring 2007: Work at several local DC schools in and after school programs. Also visited and worked with several students in house.
High School Teacher, 2003 – 2006: Work as a mathematics and physics high school teacher at a Educational institute.
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