Coming from a mixed background of medical device and consumer products, I joined Simplexity with the objective of being exposed to many industries, reinforcing my design fundamentals, improving my design efficiency, and working with cutting edge clients. I’ve had the opportunity to do all of the above.
Simplexity is a community of highly advanced engineers who collaborate with each other and with clients in a way I haven’t seen anywhere else. I continue to learn more each day, and do my best to become a more and more valuable asset to Simplexity and to our clients.
- Designing mechanical components and assemblies to support varying industries
- DFM for many fabrication methods – CNC machining, injection molding, die casting, sheet metal, laser cut, waterjet, MJF, SLA, FDM, etc.
- 3D-modeling of complex parts and assemblies in SolidWorks (CSWP certified)
- Advanced drafting using GD&T techniques (ASME Y14.5 certified)
- Design ownership of 750+ component SolidWorks assemblies and BOM’s
- Performing root cause analysis, R&D, and design for high volume, consumable, medical devices in ISO 13485 company
- Designed, built, and supported QC systems, breadboard systems, and assay development tools for biomedical instruments and their consumables
- Varying design and engineering work for consumer electronics, medical wearables, automotive, and more
- Designed and developed custom test equipment for root cause analysis at Insulet Corporation
- Brainstormed, designed, and developed test methods for consumer and medical products at Altitude, Inc.
- Supported design and product development of Nerf Blasters and Super Soakers at Hasbro, Inc.
- BS in Mechanical Engineering, Northeastern University
- MS in Mechanical Engineering, with concentration in Mechanical Design, Northeastern University
Recognition / Awards
Suma Cum Laude (BSME/MSME)
Interests / Obsessions
- Documentary photography
- Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Powerlifting
- Spending time with my fiancé and our cats
- Developing systems to improve the efficiency of our daily life
“It’s okay to have your eggs in one basket as long as you control what happens to that basket.”
– Elon Musk