BOCA RATON, FL, September 24, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/
-- We at HAE want to welcome the new Members of the Advisory Board and we look forward to their assistance, vast knowledge and resources each member brings with them.
Jon Landau CEO of HAE is quoted of saying that "he is very excited about the vast experience, knowledge and resources that our Advisory Board brings to HAE. We are looking forward for them to get involved with the ongoing growth, development and manufacturing of our Company and projects."
The Advisory Board members together bring a vast knowledge base holding Degree's in Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Hydro Engineering, Geothermal Engineering, Civil Engineering as well as vast educational degrees and other specialties and degrees.
Dr. Wade Mcgillis currently holding a position as a Doherty Scientist at Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory within Columbia University, NY and is currently engaged with and not limited to Chair of the United States Surface Ocean Lower Atmospheric Study (SOLAS); chair of the International SOLAS Air-Sea Exchange SSC; member of the World Climate Research Program Surface Flux Science Steering Committee; member of the NSF/NOAA/NASA Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry (OCB) SSC; member of the Interagency Working Group on the North American Carbon Program (NACP); member of the International SOLAS Science Steering Committee; Editor of the Journal of Geophysical Research.
Dr. McGillis' work involves interdisciplinary science and engineering. His focus is on understanding surface processes and the coupling between aqueous, land, and atmospheric systems. In particular, the role of CO2 and GHG exchange on local and global carbon cycles. McGillis is a member of the Columbia University's Geochemistry Division at Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory and also resides in the Earth and Environmental Engineering Department.
Evgeny Nemirovsky is currently a civil Engineer with WorleyParsons in Reading, Pa. holding degree's in M.Sc., Civil Engineering candidate, Villanova University, Pa, B.Sc., Civil Engineering (magna cum laude), University of Massachusetts, Lowell, 2005 and specific accreditations and specialties in Forensic Engineering, Villanova University, 2009, Watershed Modeling, Villanova University, 2009, Surface Water Hydrology, Villanova University, 2008. Over the past five years of civil engineering experience, primarily in power generation industry. Responsibilities included engineering for new power projects along with environmental compliance / retrofit projects; bridge inspections and construction inspection.
Joe McIver Joe is a process improvement professional and Six Sigma Master Black Belt with over a decade of proven results in the areas of operations, sales, process improvement and training. He's held several roles at Penske Truck Leasing, the multi-billion dollar global transportation giant, where he utilized various methods and approaches when working with team and individuals. As a humorous and dynamic facilitator, he's trained hundreds of corporate employees on Six Sigma methodology (Green Belt) and GE's Change Acceleration Process (CAP). He is also an expert in the deployment of process improvement tools like DMAIC, DMADV, Lean, and Project Management to sustain enterprise-wide solutions that align with an organization's strategic vision.
Erv Leidolf holds an A.S. Degree in Geological Engineering Technology, B.A. Degree in Geology as well as other degree's. Mr. Leidolf has vast experience with OSHA, Safety and Environmental Auditing of small businesses. Mr. Leidolf has earned his impressive credentials throughout three decades of professional experience in the environmental science and industrial engineering fields. Serving in roles such as Senior Scientist for Indianapolis Power & Light and Industrial Engineer for United States Steel Corporation;
Sergey Wortman-Vayn, BSME, PE currently a Mechanical Engineer with WorleyParsons in Reading, Pa. and has his B.S. in Mechanical Engineer from Rutgers University College of Engineering, in NJ. Mr. Wortman-Vayn has over a decade of experience in power and manufacturing engineering. His extensive experience includes Design Balance of Plant Systems such as Service and Instrument Air, Service Water, Sampling System, Potable Water and Safety Systems for large scale industrial Power projects. His responsibilities include developing and managing of P&IDs, writing technical specifications, performing technical evaluations, reviewing vendor drawings, performing calculations, reviewing isometric drawings, and utilizing the ENCOMPASS database for review and issue of project documents.
Mark Leber with his major courses of studies being in Electrical Engineering and within his studies he was able to work with or on NASA Deep Space Mission Planning ; Conductive Polymer Sciences; Green Energy Policies; Green Energy Technologies (hydro, solar, wind); beginning his carrier as an Electrical Engineer for a military subcontractor, I was focused on communication and signaling systems. Work in this industry segment went further into full communication systems including planning, analyzing, design, systems analysis and sometimes even implementation.
You can find a complete listing and more detail of our Advisory Board members as well as the Board of Directors on our corporate website at www.HydroAlterntiveEnergy.com
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