I graduated with a BS in Engineering Physics in 1984 and went on to get an MS in Electrical Engineering at Ohio State University in 1987. During graduate school, I became a cleanroom process intern at Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus, OH. After graduating from Ohio State, I accepted a full time position with Battelle.
I left Battelle in late 2010. I am now the Marketing Manager at Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc. in Westerville, OH. Lake Shore Cryotronics is an international leader in precision measurement and control solutions for physics and scientific applications. Products include cryogenic temperature sensors and controllers, magnetic sensors and instruments, cryogenic probe stations, vibrating sample magnetometers, Hall effect systems, and band-pass filters.
My responsibilities include marketing, promotion, and advertising of Lake Shore’s scientific products. I manage our website, social media platforms, print and on-line advertising, conference and trade show publicity, scientific article generation, instruction manual production, and product brochure creation.
I’m married with no children. My main activities are competitive tennis, international travel, bicycling, hiking, and skiing.
“My 4 years at Miami were terrific. All of my Miami Physics professors were exceptional teachers. I can’t imagine a better place to go to college.”