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N2YHQ
Member Since: December 14, 2012
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Results driven professional with over 26 years of proven track record of international defense markets including but not limited to tactical communications systems, products and applications, product development, market introduction, operations, program management, strategic partnership and strategic selling.

Harris Corporation 1996-current

Senior Product manager

Lead HF product line management team in the development of defense tactical communications products including the RF-7800H wideband HF tactical manpack. Responsibilities include but not limited to product development, requirements analysis and lifecycle management, marketing strategy development, pricing strategies, licensing, collateral development, partner and alliance management, sales and trade-shows support/training, international and DoD customers interaction for product and business development,

Rochester Institute of Technology: MSEE, 2002

Patents: Communications system with speech-to-text conversion and associated methods United States 8,583,431

Issued November 12, 2013



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