About Me


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Before joining Amazon in January 2021, I dedicated two decades of my career to the aerospace industry, with a specific focus on autonomy, AI, and guidance navigation and controls (GNC). Throughout this journey, I actively contributed to a wide spectrum of programs, engaging in every aspect of the product lifecycle. My involvement ranged from technology planning, concept development,  mathematical modelling, analysis, design, implementation & test, mission execution and anomaly resolution, culminating in customer delivery and comprehensive support.

One of the hallmarks of my professional identity is my unwavering commitment to innovation, being resourceful and, most importantly, delivering results. In 2017, my efforts were recognized with the prestigious distinction of Technical Fellow, a title awarded to the top 0.2% of Boeing's technical community. This accolade was a testament to demonstration of technical knowledge, impact, visionary leadership, and teaching and mentoring.

My mission is to continue pushing the boundaries of innovation, fostering the next generation of tech leaders, and driving transformative solutions that make a lasting, positive impact on our world.  I believe that it is critical that we innovate to achieve safe autonomy solutions that work for all.


Sr. Principal Technologist (Executive Engineer) Amazon Robotics AI January 2021 - present

   Amazon:  Robotics Senior Principal Technologist, January 2021 – present


Flash Autonomous Mobile Robot Chief Engineer, September 2021 – July 2022


   Flash Autonomous Mobile Robot Safety Lead, September 2021 – July 2022

Aerospace Engineer / Technical Fellow Boeing

September 2000 – November 2002 & November 2004 – January 2021

 Led Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Domian Leading technology strategy and research portfolio for the company 2019 – 2020

Boeing Defense Systems Spacecraft Autonomy Chief Engineer Highlights 2010 – 2018

Technical Leadership Highlights 2004 - 2020

November 2002 – October 2004