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Work Authorization : Permanent U.S. Resident
UNIVERS ITY OF MINNES OTA Minneapolis, Minnesota
Carlson School of Management
Candidate for M BA To be awarded May 2000
Emphases in Management Informati on Systems and Supply Chain Management
VIENNA S EMINAR Warsaw, Poland
Marketing project on Vo lition Net working So lution for 3 M in Poland June 1999
NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERS ITY Fargo, No rth Dakota
Ph.D., Engineering May 1997
M.S., Civ il Engineering December 1992
UNIVERS ITY OF PUNE, COLLEGE OF ENGIN EERING Pune, India
Bachelor o f Engineering, Civ il Engineering October 1989
3M Fridley, M innesota
Summer Business Associate, 3M Information Technology Summer 1999
Assisted Manufacturing Operations Planning System (MOPS) team to implement i2 Technologies Supply Chain Planner
software and JD Edwards One World software.
Developed template that described strategies for successful implementation of Supply Chain Planner.
Defined end user needs and designed customized Excel Pivot Table to report and man ipulate daily build schedules.
Mapped data flow between PCR (Legacy System) and APS system, and documented data requirements for i2
Technologies Demand Planner, Supply Chain Planner, and Factory Planner modules.
SOUTHWES T AIRLINES Phoenix, Arizona
Technical Operations Intern 1998-1999
Measured operational performance of hanger, shop, and line inspections, training, quality audits and te chnical records.
Worked directly with managers of QIT div ision to identify critical areas of improvement.
Performed process mapping, benchmarking, and root-cause, demand-capacity, and regression analysis.
RED RIVER MANUFACTURING COMPANY Belcourt, North Dakota
Prepared co mparative estimates based on cell manufacturing and activity based costing.
Conducted study to compare quote and actual manufacturing cost of commercial/ military products.
Used CAD/ CAM to design new products and to develop production routers and labor standards.
Trained engineers and technicians in CAD/ CAM to increase productivity and quality.
TURTLE MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE Belcourt, North Dakota
Professor and Director 1991-1998
Directed engineering program, designed engineering curriculu m, and coordinated collaborative field and research projects
with local industries. Co mp leted over $500,000 worth of pro jects.
Developed partnerships with local industries for internships, site visits, speakers, and mentors.
Increased substantially quality of the engineering program and quantity of inco ming students.
COMPUTER S KILLS
i2 Technology Supply Chain Planner software; Visio; MS Project; Excel; Access; PowerPo int; FrontPage, AutoCAD;
CadKey; SQL (Oracle 7); LAN; W indows NT; AS400; Un ix.
HONORS & ACTIVITIES :
Kellogg Fellow for Expanding Diversity Leadership, Outreach Research Award, Model Project Director.
President of International Business Student Association, Operations Partner of Innoventures Club