In addition, Eric maintains a position with Flight Safety International at Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, where he manages government simulator programs with budgets ranging from 5 to 50 million US dollars per program. For the past five years, he has worked as Program Manager III.
Eric received his Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at Daytona Beach, Florida. He also holds an Associate in Applied Science degree in Electronics Engineering Technology from Community College of Philadelphia. His areas of expertise are in aerospace and engineering, including Program Management and Media publishing.
Eric is married and has four children.
Program Manager III with a degree in both Electrical and Aerospace Engineering.
Owner of ADUNAGOW Magazine, a bi-monthly editorial that promotes peace and cooperation among African communities all around the globe. Experienced in the entire media development and publishing production, including graphics design and layout.
publishing, management, Multimedia design, avionics electrical design, Aerospace, Consulting, Management, Leadership, Communication.
January 2008 – Present Tulsa, OK
Founder and owner of ADUNAGOW Magazine, an online editorial that promotes peace and cooperation among African communities all around the Globe.
Program Manager III
January 2012 – Present Broken Arrow, OK
Plans, directs, and coordinates activities of designated projects to ensure that goals or objectives of projects are accomplished within prescribed time frame.
Involvement in all phases of program conception, design, development, manufacturing, test, fielding, accreditation, and initial logistic support. Program revenue managed: from 5 to 50 million US dollars per program.
Project Engineer III
August 2009 – January 2012 (2 years 6 months)Broken Arrow, OK
Directed, coordinated, and exercised functional authority for engineering tasks within area of assigned responsibility by participating in design studies and preliminary design work, providing inputs for budgets bids and proposals and schedules, coordinating with the customer technical interface and engineering to define specific requirements that may affect training equipment design efforts, and reviewing incoming data for configuration changes, additional parts requirements, and schedule changes.
Senior Electrical Engineer
April 2005 – August 2009 (4 years 5 months) Broken Arrow, OK
Currently working as Senior Electrical Engineer at FlightSafety International, designing and testing the hardware and software necessary to interface to real and simulated avionics installed in flight simulators. Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the Honeywell Primus EPIC avionics systems. Responsible for providing a Five day (30 hours) extensive EPIC Training Class for FlightSafety International Personnel.
Electronics & Test Engineer
July 2001 – April 2005 (3 years 10 months) Greenville, SC
Designed, developed, and implemented testing methods and equipment.
Provided test area with parameters for aircraft induction and Check-out testing and specify tests to be performed. Compiled data and define changes required in testing equipment, testing procedures, manufacturing processes, or new testing requirements. Created, updated, and modified electrical format drawing (CAD) for various aircraft electrical systems.
January 2000 – January 2001 (1 year 1 month) Anaheim, CA
Developed Real time and Acquisition Systems for temperature monitoring, acoustic and vibration tests.
Designed a thermal Expansion valve test apparatus with the help of Research and Development Team.
Developed LabVIEW data acquisition software.
Tutor & Student Instructor (SI) Leader
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
January 1997 – January 2001 (4 years 1 month) Daytone Beach, FL
Guided and helped undergraduate students in solving Physics and Chemistry problems. Conducted student Instructor (SI) sessions. Conducted problem solving methods training.
U.S. Space Camp
January 1998 – January 2000 (2 years 1 month) Titusville, FL