Professional summary

WHO I AM: I'm the girl who took apart her sewing machine in 5th grade and put it back together again - with 2 parts leftover. I still have the sewing machine (and the two parts) and it still works. I learned that I could improve upon existing designs. Dad told me that's what an engineer does, and that's what I loved doing, so I became an engineer.

WHAT I DO: I've added as-needed infusions of knowledge into smart organizations who are trying to get better - knowledge in Quality, Environmental, Health/Safety, Lean Improvement, and international standards like ISO and R2/RIOS. I've assisted with plant layout/redesign, speeding up time-to-market for mobile phone design, and eliminating pesky recurring defects in a semiconductor manufacturing

Engagement overview

We hold a no-cost Discovery Call to determine if there is a match between your needs and our skills - if there is, we mutually agree on a Scope of Work including deliverables, timing, start date, duration, and budget.  

We invoice monthly so no huge investment up front (other consulting groups typically charge 50% up front), and we work tirelessly to ensure that we are meeting our deliverables and your expectations.


• Applied Materials
• Baker Petrolite
• Bayer
• City of Austin
• Core Business Solutions
• EDS (Electronic Data Systems)
• FAA (Federal Aviation Administration)
• Huawei / HiSilicon
• IBM (International Business Machines)
• Johnson Controls
• Johnson & Johnson
• Liquid Measurement Systems
• Motorola / Freescale
• NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board)
• State of Texas Health and Human Services
• Versabar
• University of Texas
• Texas A&M University
• WaferTech