About me


BS Aerospace Engineering Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Prescott, AZ


Employment History

Test Requirements & Analysis Engineer – F-18, The Boeing Company

Patuxent River, MD • June 2017 – Dec 2018

  • Worked with customers to develop requirements lists, telemetry to solve real time data quality issues, data processors to troubleshoot post-flight data issues, and instrumentation to verify aircraft configuration. Learned about MIL STD 1553 and PCM structures, developed macros to improve efficiency.


Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program, Weapons Survivability Lab

China Lake, CA • May 2015 – August 2015

  • Assisted in several basic design tasks for future tests including the design of fuel tank supports for a live fire test and electric breach modifications to improve serviceability using Pro/E CAD package


Ignite Grant Wind Tunnel Researcher, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Prescott, AZ • January 2015 – May 2015

  • Researched airfoil modifications with the goal of boundary layer transition at low Reynold’s number, tasks included generating 3-D models in Catia, performing wind tunnel tests, and interpreting test data

Senior Design Project

Long-Range Stealth Bomber – Project Manager (Fall 2016)

  • Led the capstone project focused on the development of a bomber with an effective radius of 4,250 miles while carrying a payload of 30,000 lbs and applying public knowledge in regards to the reduction of radar cross-section. Learned Fortran 77 as a side project to enable code execution outside of Matlab

Long-Range Stealth Bomber – Test Lead (Spring 2017)

  • Improved the wind tunnel to allow for accurate side slip angle measurements by calibrating the potentiometer. Aided in the development of a wind tunnel test model and test architecture. Oversaw and assisted with the wind tunnel testing. Evaluated data output for validity before approving its distribution

Study Abroad

UAS7 Study and Internship Program



  • Worked with a group of students from a variety of fields and several continents to demonstrate the viability of supersonic commercial jets as a part of an interdisciplinary project for Airbus at the Bremen University of Applied Science (Hochschule Bremen) during the Spring/Summer of 2016 semester.
Final Design Project, Structure in the background
Wind tunnel testing deployed flaps
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Sunset over the amazon


ANSYS, Python ( In progress), Catia V5, Excel Macros (Coded in VBA), Fortran 77, Matlab (limited Simulink), Microsoft Office, Pro/E (Creo)