Arthrex Inc.

Role: Senior Business Analyst/Project Manager (2017-2018)

  • Focus on supporting all aspects of product development tools and processes – Agile PLM (5,000 seats, plus Suppliers), CAD (Creo, Solidworks, AutoCAD several hundred seats), Windchill, infrastructure, and replication upgrade, (400 seats globally), Supply Chain applications implementation and administration – interface with business systems
  • Defining requirements for dynamic, rapidly growing medical device company
  • Managing all aspects of releases including interfacing directly with the many disciplines within a medical device company to capture, prioritize, define, and communicate technical specifications to development, interfacing with SQA, and SW validation, User Acceptance Testing, Release Notes, Communication Training, etc.


Eddie Simmons: VP Operations, Plant Manger, Preventative Maintenance

David Ellison: Director Manufacturing Processes/Prototyping

Joan Whitt: Director Manufacturing Material Procurement

Matthew Solis: Manager Supplier Quality and Evaluation

Francesco Famosi: Manager Sterilization Sciences

Marcos Hernandez: VP Document Management

Mark Batties: Manager Supply Chain Management/Procurement

David Bogin: Manager Agile PLM Support

Josh Karnes: Director R&D Laboratories

Sumit Bhatnagar: Manager Agile PLM Development Resources, PM, Delivery

Sunil Mantha: Manager Agile PLM Development Resources, PM, Delivery

Ajay Pandey: Application Lifecycle Management Manager/Admin


Google (2016)

Role: Senior Business Analyst/Project Manager (2016-2017)

  • Focus o



Role: Senior Technology Program/Project Manager (2015-2016)

  • Focus on supporting all aspects of product development tools and processes – PLM, CAD, Supply Chain applications implementation and administration – interface with business systems
  • Program Manager on SmartThings hub / Samsung 2016 Smart TVs
  • Product scope, release, QA, project and resource management, beta programs, support of Visual Display team in Korea

Dean Hemstreet: VP SQE, PMO, PLM

Dean was my primary manager at SmartThings, (Samsung). There I single-handedly stood up Arena PLM, worked with the users for design, rules, processes, and configuration. I headed up over 30 process improvement initiatives, from communication, product development, collaboration, quality, supply chain, e-commerce, and marketing. I also performed a great deal of project management, SDLC, SCRUM, etc, and worked closely with the Atlassian suite.

Russ Taylor: Vice President, Hardware at Samsung SmartThings (PLM driver)

Albert Carr P.E: Director of Manufacturing, SmartThings (PLM liaison)

Chris Sterzik: Principal Mechanical Engineer at SmartThings (Samsung)

Tim Murphy: Director of Supply Chain (PLM driver)

William Miller: Manager, Project Management, Samsung

Andrew Brooks: COO and Founder, SmartThings


Role: Senior Business Analyst / Project Manager: Business Transformation, (PLM) (2014-2015)

  • Focus on Cost savings and productivity gains/enhancements managing the transition from Enovia PLM and IBM surrounding business systems and processes to the Lenovo way of leveraging Windchill PLM systems and supporting Lenovo business systems and processes
  • Managing the transformation of product development and related systems and processes coming over from IBM to Lenovo
  • Product development, delivery, and supporting systems, (e.g., PLM, Supply Chain, Sales Configurators – interfacing with ERP/SAP, Procurement, Development, etc.)

Henry Diaz: Director Product Release Transformation at Lenovo

Henry was my primary lead at Lenovo. There I was a program/project manager on transitioning PLM data and product development processes from Enovia/CATIA to Windchill/PTC. This included working with management, IT, and the users at both IBM and Lenovo (US and Beijing) in the following capacities: Project Management, PLM data migration, defining/refining/transitioning processes, implementing, training and support.

Daniel Senko: Business Analyst / Business Transformation (BT) Lead

Chris Sharpe: Advisory BT Specialist, Test Management,

Data at SAP Server Enterprise Business Transformation Team

Greg Mitchell: Senior Business Process Architect/Transformation Specialist

Mark Bohannon: Windchill & Creo Parametric Adminstrator/Programmer

Tulasi Markham: Enterprise Transformation Program Manager |

Supply Chain Process Improvement Leader | Global SAP CRM, ECC Implementation

Bill James: Senior Solutions Delivery Architect

Christian Walenta: Program Manager PLM, Business Processes



Role: Senior Technology Manager: PLM Administration/Specialist (Windchill, Agile, MES) (2009-2014)

  • Administer, support and implement PLM technology for leveraging product data from design through manufacturing in support of DRS-TS products, including integration with MES, Deltek and M2M ERP systems
  • Evaluate, recommend, implement and upgrade new technology and processes throughout the product development processes, PLM, CAD, MES, Service, HW, FW, SW
  • Drive process improvement for the entire product development process, and how to leverage data and technology throughout the extended enterprise and integrate with business systems

David Borough: Senior IT Manager

David was my primary manager at DRS as the IT Director. There I upgraded many versions of Windchill and Agile, including design, rules, processes, and configuration. I headed up IT, Technology and Process Improvement for the full product lifecycle, Design through Manufacturing and into Service. I also integrated into the MES, MRP, and ERP systems, and put together a 5 year plan for all business and product development IT requirements. In the end, I was the PLM Manager for all 30 sites across North America, including over 1300 PLM users.

Marvin “Paka” Antle: Director of Security and Business Support, (IT)

Barry Golko: COO, VP Finance, Business Operations

Mark P. Wilson: Senior Director of Engineering

David Canning: Director of Technical Operations and NPI

David Rickabaugh: Director Manufacturing

David Cross: Engineering Lead

Dixie Manion: Controller





Role: Senior Technology Manager, Implementation Specialist – PLM, MPD (2007-2009)

  • Define and implement technology for leveraging product data from design through manufacturing and into the lifecycle of the aircraft, such as assembly, service and maintenance (PLM, CAD, Visualization – Manufacturing Process Definition (MPD))
  • Contribute to direction of the technology and processes to be utilized, internally, externally and in collaboration with the vendor
  • Project management and leadership in defining these processes and technologies within constraints of technology, all concerned stakeholders and policy/ regulatory considerations
  • Multi-disciplinary approach to integrate organizations, technology, teams, infra-structure and internal/external landscapes

Anthony Wright: Manager PLM Manufacturing Process Development

Tony was my primary manager at Boeing in regards to many implementation, development, technical documentation, training, demonstration, benchmark, and project management endeavors throughout the organization. Our focus was leveraging PLM (Enovia) and Engineering/CAD data CATIA to support the manufacture and assembly of the 787 with intelligent, integrated manufacturing instructions.

Peter Peterson: Manager – PLM Systems integration, Processes & Technology – Mfg Process Definition

Kenneth Hartsock: Production Engineering Process Development Lead

Brian Purves: Manager PLM Manufacturing Process Development – Electrical

Jamie Duffey: Manufacturing Engineering, Electrical/Systems Process Development

Peter Hache: Project Manager PLM Manufacturing Process Development




Role: Senior Technology Manager, Implementation Specialist – PLM, (2007)

Tom Colson: VP Manufacturing

Nina Roberts: CIO



Role: Senior Technology Manager, Implementation Specialist – PLM (1994-1998) 

Rob Gremley: President, Technology Platform

Kevin Wren: General Manager, PLM Technologies

Kevin was head of my consulting management during much of my career at PTC . He was particularly instrumental in helping recognize and facilitate the liaison between our consulting and implementation at GM and the development of Pro/Engineer and Intralink in Waltham. This is where our implementation and utilization of the software was breaking new ground with the technology and the software development management was brought into GM to take our defined process and technology utilization and incorporate it back into the PTC product suite, including advancing how Intralink was utilized and implemented in controlling and implementing engineering decisions, criteria and workflow considerations.

Scott McKernan: Director, Business Transformation








Peter Demtschenko: Sr. SAP PLM Architect

David Kramp: Sr. SAP PLM Architect

David Pollock: Sales Manager Right Hemisphere

Collaborated 2005 – 2007

Jim Merry: Sales Manager PLM / MFG Solutions – ADOBE

Collaborated 2005 – 2007

Doug Halliday: Sales Manager PLM / MFG Solutions – ADOBE

Collaborated 2006 – 2007

Christopher Long: Sales Manager (Defense) Solutions – EXOSTAR

Collaborated 2005 – 2007

Michael Honaker: Technical Lead (CAE) General Dynamics Land Systems Solutions – ADOBE

Collaborated 1999 – 2001

Jim Hossack: Sales Manager PLM / DSS Solutions – CENIT

Collaborated 2006 – 2007

Ralph Roscoe: Director Customer Service – Delmia

Collaborated 1989-1994

Ralph is my previous manager in regards to consulting, implementation, technical documentation, training, demonstration, benchmark, and trade show support.

Bill Dacey – Sr. Consultant – International Technegroup Inc. (ITI) / Manta

Collaborated 1998-2003

(Bill’s background is “Big 6” Consulting – CAP Gemini)

Bill and I have worked on several engagements towards PLM implementation, product development process consulting and much more. We have traveled extensively in this capacity, and worked in many different product development processes and environments. Bill and I spent several months in South Korea defining a multi-disciplinary global PLM implementation strategy for Hyundai that focused on data utilization, integration, and interoperability across the extended enterprise of Hyundai. Hyundai was on of the early adopters of this technology because of our efforts at this engagement.

Paul Ekholm: Team Leader – Daimler Chrysler Technical Center Collaborated 2000-2003 DaimlerChrysler, AIAG, SASIG

Paul was a technical lead of implementation at DaimlerChrysler and was my main contact for when we sold 300+ seat of CAD quality software into DCX. We had to integrate this new technology directly into CATIA and the DCX design standards and processes. We also performed extensive internal marketing, feedback to ITI / CENIT / Dassault development, interfaced with then Enovia (CDM/VPM) tool suite, and developed and launched the entire process and usability of this new technology across DCX (including Germany) and then down into the supply chain. Then managed the continued enhancement, development and implementation across the extended enterprise, supply chain, PLM, AutoWEB, ANX, Covisint , including interfacing with many other processes.

Paul Messina: Engineering Manager – General Motors Collaborated 1994-1997

Paul was the main client GM contact and manager of my GM/PTC engagement. I answered directly to Paul at the client site as we were developing the “EPSILON”, a world car that was to be a common platform for the Grand-AM, Malibu, OPEL, SAAB, Saturn, Buick and others. Paul was not only responsible for the vehicle development but demonstrating to GM management how we were utilizing this new technology and PLM. Therefore my ultimate motivation was to make Paul successful while showing GM how our application and process was superior to the incumbent. We sold over a million dollars to GM for several years running, and infiltrated many disciplines, including R&D, Analysis, PLM, Concept, documentation, as well as manufacturing and others.

Akram Yunas: VP – Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) Collaborated 1999-2003 AIAG is a volunteer organization of over 1500 companies involved in the North American Automotive Industry. Akram is a facilitator and manages many of the more technical groups that work with product development processes, datat utilization, PLM, CAD/CAM, supply chain, and standardization issues. I was an officer on the Product Data Integration group and we published many documents on how to utilize data throughout the value chain. This included PLM, concept, design, documentation, CAM/CAE, prototype, testing, warranty, many others… Akram and I have traveled extensively together and articulated the value of this research, processes, data utilization and integration work and standards. We also collaborated extensively on SASIG involvement.

Phil Vachon: Sales – Dassault Systems

Chad Kameraad: Sales Manager – PTC

Helmut Dietz: Sales Manager – ITI Franfurt, Germany

Kay Moore: PTC, Rand, Tokyo, Japan Many more from many Industries ……. Ø


Software & Service Providers Ø

Oracle Agile PLM



Dassault / Delmia / ENOVIA



Siemens: UGS/Schlumberger/Applicon




Channels, VARs, Service / Consulting Providers Ø

RAND L&H Consulting DASI CENIT AXSYS IST/INCAT TransCAT Ø – lots more…..


Automotive OEMs Ø

GM Daimler Chrysler Ford BMW Honda Hyundai Renault Ø


Tier Ones Ø

Delphi Visteon Arvin Meritor Tenneco Automotive MSX TI Automotive Metaldyne Ø


Sub-tier Suppliers/Others Ø





Allied Signal


REKO Tool / Mold

Beta Models


Quality Mold



Steel Case

Fisher Price

Channel Locks

Rubber Maid

Lil Tykes




Key Plastics

Allied Signal

Maumee Pattern


Titan Tool

Creative Forming

Volvo Graders


Lambda ….

…….. many more