has been with Boeing for 15 years and is an avionics design engineer
and a Designated Engineering Representative in the thrust management/autothrottle
group that supports 737, 757, 767, and 777 airframes.
has been with Boeing since 1985 and has extensive experience developing
prediction applications that support airplane certification, community
noise research, and interior noise. He is a lead engineer in Noise
and Emissions and develops operational procedures to reduce the
impact of airplanes in communities. He also is leader of the Boeing
John Wayne Airport Air Carrier support team, which has streamlined
airport review and qualification requirements resulting in cost
savings for airlines and John Wayne Airport.
is a 14-year veteran of the aerospace industry and has worked on
airplane programs that include Longer Range 777, 717, MD-11, and
High Speed Civil Transport. As part of the Production and Fleet
Support Aerodynamics group, he currently works on narrowbody performance
issues and is group noise focal for all airplane models.