I have a BS in Electrical Engineering from Kettering University in Michigan and an MBA from Indiana University. I have always been intrigued by math and took Algebra 3/4 in high school as independent study. It was interesting and challenging.
I have passed along my interest to my kids who grew up to be a a computer scientist, an engineer and a medical professional. And now I've been teaching my stepson about the wonders of math and science. He's in 9th grade and is doing very well. ...
I have a BS in Electrical Engineering from Kettering University in Michigan and an MBA from Indiana University. I have always been intrigued by math and took Algebra 3/4 in high school as independent study. It was interesting and challenging.
I have passed along my interest to my kids who grew up to be a a computer scientist, an engineer and a medical professional. And now I've been teaching my stepson about the wonders of math and science. He's in 9th grade and is doing very well.
I'm an electrical engineer by schooling and there is one thing EEs learn in school: how to do math problems. I've always enjoyed Algebra ever since my first exposure to Algebra and my 9th grade teacher, Mrs. James. I've always found it to be interesting and challenging. Trig and Geometry too.
The same with Physics which was taught by Mr. Davis when I was in high school. It is really great to understand why things are the way they are.
I have been a certified Program Management Professional (PMP) since 1999 and have lectured on various program management topics at local and international PMI meetings. I have worked as a Program Director over the past 20 years at several companies on commercial and US military programs. I have a passion for program management done right!