I graduated from the University of Arkansas in the Spring of 2016 with a BS in Biomedical Engineering with Pre-Med distinctions. I hold minors in English, History, and Mathematics. While attending University I contributed part time as an Undergraduate Research Assistant for Dr. Narasimhan Rajaram Ph.D. in the development of optical imaging instrumentation and biomarkers for cancer diagnosis and monitoring tumor response to therapy. My primary curriculum focus included Neurology, Nano technology, Advanced Prosthesis, and integration of bio technologies involving the neurological pathways, 3D design, 3D printing, CAD drafting, Structural engineering, and Mechanical Engineering techniques.
I currently hold the position of Design Engineer for Berkley Industries. My primary focus is developing new and innovative mechanical and Industrial devices for a myriad of clients for a variety of needs.
I previously held the position of Principle Design Engineer for R&R Solutions in Gravette Arkansas. I oversaw in charge all engineering projects, and custom design projects from the initial concept to the production run.
I had the privilege of holding a position with NX Utilities as the Regional Quality Engineer for the Midwest. I planned and directed activities concerned with development, application, and maintenance of quality standards for industrial design , materials, and products related to the fiber optic network pathways for major utility conglomerates.
Before my NX days, I held the title of Engnieer/Designer for Advanced Lightening Technologies. I lead a team focused on R&D of advanced lightning protection systems using CAD and scale model simulations.
In my spare time I enjoy being with my family, traveling to new places, country dancing, playing as many sports as possible, and the occasional Netflix binge.