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|Current Organization||U.S. Army Corps. of Engineers|
|Type of Organization||Federal government|
|Major Product||Highways, bridge construction, military construction|
|Area of Distribution||Missouri|
|University/Degree||B.S., Civil Engineering, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, 1998; M.S., Quality Management, Webster University, 2006|
|Born||May 3, 1967, Silver Spring, Maryland|
|Honors & Awards||Eagle Award, Boy Scouts, 1984; Red Cross Life Saver Award, 1989; St. Louis Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers Zone III Daniel W. Mead Award for Young Engineers|
|Published Works||Newsletter articles for Metropolis St. Louis, articles about wine club events and events held for young Indian professionals sponsored through Metropolis St. Louis|
|Affiliations||Program Committee, American Society of Civil Engineers; Engineers Club St. Louis; St. Louis International Film Festival|
|Hobbies & Sports||Reading, writing, physical fitness, travel, international films|
|Career Accomplishments||As a Program Committee Member for American Society of Civil Engineers, he is involved in arranging guest speakers and arranging socials; Through his involvement with the St. Louis International Film Festival, he was able to get Steve Trampe, the owner of Owen Development, to speak at a film festival luncheon showing his documentary, "American Tower"; He also organizes "Celebrate the City" and volunteers for "The Lot"|
|Work History||Vice President of Public Relations for Winchester Toastmasters; Treasurer, Blue Ridge Post of Society of American Military Engineers; Involved in 24 hour theatre at Winchester Little Theatre; Organized events for Asian Pacific Month|
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