Counselors to America's Small Business
Directed the planning, engineering/design, construction of large industrial and utility generation facilities. Experience includes feasibility studies and project development, environmental permitting/licensing, financing, planning/estimating/cost control systems, procurement/contracting, construction, start-up and testing.
Bachelor of Science Engineering - University of South Florida
Master of Business Administration - University of Denver
Six Sigma Black Belt Trained - Siemens Corp.
Valencia College - Professional Teaching Certificate in Science, Math and General Education
1999-2011 BEN FRANKLIN TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS
TECHNOLOGY COMMERCIALIZATION MANAGER
Assist Pennsylvania companies to seek new product commercialization through the adaptation and development of new technologies. Also provide numerous services relating to funding, technology acquisition and use. SBIR Grant Experience. Retired in December 2011.
1996-Present L2B ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
Part Owner (2 additional partners) of a small Early Stage Company in Canada, manufacturing a product to sterilize air for mainly medical/ health applications for home use.
1995-Present THOMPSON INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING
Thompson International is an International Business Consulting Firm, specializing in Marketing and Industrial Products. Presently consulting to Ben Franklin Technology Partners on various aspects Economic Development activity with Universities. Consulting to a Hong Kong Investment Firm on due diligence activity related to potential acquisitions. Experience in the following Sectors: Instrumentation and sensors, Process Control, Consumer Health Products, Precision Air Conditioning, and Water and Waste Water Treatment.
1999-2006 TECH RECON INC
Work with a group of technical professionals under competitive contracts to provide evaluations to University Clients (Johns Hopkins, APL) with regard to the commercial viability of various developed technologies.
1967-1995 FISCHER AND PORTER COMPANY, Warminster, PA (Instrumentation and Process Controls Manufacturer)
Group Vice President, Pacific Operations
Responsibilities: Managed all activities in Asia-Pacific Region. Profit and loss responsibility for 3 subsidiary companies in Australia, Canada and Mexico. Sales of $25 million, 200 plus employees. Directed network of 20-25 representatives and distributors generating $15 million in sales. Led team to develop computer model to facilitate development and integration of international budget by product type. Served as Chairman and/or Board Member for these subsidiaries. Reported to the President.
B.E.Electrical Engineering Villanova University 1964