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The Strategic Product Planner position within Intel to fully utilize and merge 7 years experience in project
engineering with my BS/MS in Engineering and MBA expected this year.
Project Management | Finance & Analysis | Marketing Strategy | Research & Design | Product Management
Cross-Function Team Leadership | Financial Modeling | Engineering | Process Improvement
EDUCATION | CERTIFICATIONS | TRAINING
Master of Business Administration, Emphases: Strategy | General Management, Expected 2010
University of California, Davis, Graduate School of Management, Working Professional Program
Strategy Project: Worked on an MBA team to analyze AMD’s current organization and business
in an effort to develop strategic recommendations which would allow the company to attain
profitable growth. Recommendations included product development shifts, R&D organization
changes, asset management changes, and focus on competitive sales channels.
Financial Modeling: Developed a detailed financial model for the leveraged buyout of Free Scale
semiconductor by Blackstone Capital. Used earnings projections, associated weighted average cost
of capital and DCF computations.
Master of Science, Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering, UC Davis, 2006
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, UC Davis, 2004
PROJECT MANAGEMENT | ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE
Project Management Consultant, Apr 2009 – Current
Perform project management consulting for IT projects in the non-profit sector.
Consulted Foundation of California Community Colleges in development of reporting software for
California Air Resources Board Low Carbon Fuel Standard program.
Project Manager, Solar Solutions, Torrance, CA, Oct 2008 – Mar 2009
Managed automated solar panel assembly line improvement project that improved yield from 10% to
92%, an increased throughput by factor of 7.
Managed automated bus bar applicator improvement project which improved yield by 25%, an
increased throughput of 45%.
Authored and delivered highly regarded presentations, graphs, and timelines to senior management
in order to sell projects, track progress and demonstrate results.
Supervised contractors to ensure quality work and timely delivery; partnered with purchasing and
R&D to develop quality standards for incoming materials.
Worked cross-functionally and across departments to 1) establish electrical quality test methods for
determining failed panels on solar farms, 2) optimize panel quality test methods to correct for
temperature and lighting conditions, 3) troubleshoot and correct 3M adhesive failures in panel
assembly, and 4) conduct experiments and statistical analysis to optimize ultrasonic welding
Project Engineer, Massimo Industries, Beverly Hills, CA, Apr 2006 – Oct 2008
Conducted cross-department project management as a project engineer for DNA chip processing
equipment in an FDA regulated environment, including assembly, quality testing, equipment failure
mode correction, control software testing, and mechanical design.
Participated in FDA, TUV, and CSA audits of the Fluidics manufacturing lines and acted as the
SolidWorks CAD administrator for West Sacramento manufacturing facility.
Transferred the manufacturing lines from the East Coast to the West Coast as project manager for
DNA Chip Fluidic resulting in a design analysis that improved efficiency and eliminated failures.
Graduate Research Assistant, University of California, Davis, Jul 2004 – Mar 2006
Recommended development path to AHMCT based on research, models, and potential equipment
designs; drafted detailed AutoCAD drawings of automated roadway crack sealing prototype.
Researched mainstream and alternative roadside vegetation control methods based on cost,
performance, potential equipment designs and safety, then incorporated analysis into Master’s thesis.
Air Quality Engineering Intern, Yolo-Solano Air Quality District, Davis CA, Jun 2003 – Jun 2004
Recorded source throughputs and compared data to allowable limits.
Drafted district correspondence for gasoline dispensing facilities and internal combustion generators.