Skip to body

Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

Mechanical Engineering Technology : Industry Support

Washington industry has supported the MET program through equipment grants, scholarships, seminars, field trips, summer jobs for students and faculty and research projects that involve students. The MET Program has several industrial advisory committee members that provide oversight review to the program. This committee insures that the MET students receive an education that is relevant in the workplace.

Industrial Advisory Committee
MemberCompanyContactIndustry
Bradford A. MoravecBoeing Chief Engineer
Propulsion & Fuel Systems
bradford.a.moravec
@boeing.com
Aerospace Design
Greg HeacockChief Executive, Sensorsensor@comcast.netBiomedical Devices & Implants
Jim JohnsonFire Protection Engineerjim@inlandfire
protection.com
Fire Safety Systems
Rosemary BresterCEO/President Hobart Machining Companyrosemary@hobart
machined.com
Aerospace Parts Manufacturing
Larry BresterCEO/President Hobart Machining Companyrosemary@hobart
machined.com
Aerospace Parts Manufacturing
Mike MaloofEngineer Technician Systems 23J & P DA Vista Engineer LLCmaloof@vistaengr.comEngineering Services
Kevin Simmons (CWU Grad)Sr. Research Scientist Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryKevin.simmons@pnl.govNational Lab, Materials
Julie BennettBoeing -787 Electromagnetic EffectsJulie.k.bennett
@boeing.com
Aerospace Assembly
Chuck Harmon-III

Professional Engineer. Air Vehicle Loads & Dynamics Boeing Defense, Space, and Security

Charles.h.Harmon-iii@boeing.comAerospace
OraLynn ReeveSystems Engineer at Triumph Aerospace Systemsoxreeve@triumphgroup.comAerospace
Amanda (Lilly) HedeEngineer/Technologist at Triumph Actuation SystemsAKallinen@triumphgroup.comAerospace