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2019 Annual Elections and Planning Meeting
2019-12-12 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm EST
On Thursday, December 12, 2017 the IEEE Consultants’ Network of Northern NJ (www.TechnologyOnTap.org) will host its annual Elections and Planning Meeting.
About the Topic
This meeting is for Network members and for consultants who are considering membership in the Network.
The purpose is to discuss ideas and expectations for the various Network functions in the upcoming year and to conduct elections of Network officers.
This meeting is a working session and is traditionally an open, informal forum. We will determine whether the IEEE CNNNJ is providing the service and support that our members expect and need.
We will review the purpose of our organization and the scope of its activities. The floor will be open to suggestions for improvements, recommendations of Network directions, and proposals of new feature topics for the general meetings.
Finally, we will be looking for volunteers who can help formally, or in any capacity.
About the Speakers
Jim Julian (Jim Julian Unlimited, LLC) graduated from NJIT as an electrical engineer (BSEE). Self-taught in electronics, he worked professionally as an electronic technician at 16 in a local music store, and continued there through college. Upon graduation, he started as an electronic design engineer at RCA, then held project engineer, management, marketing, and quality positions at Timeplex, Datascope, VitalCom, GE Healthcare, and Stryker. He is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. Find out more at jimjulian.com, or on YouTube at jimjulian.tv. Jim can be reached at email@example.com or at (201) 379-3131.
Jay Morreale provides electrical engineering, electronic prototyping, modeling, analysis, design, research and development, and networking consulting services through his small business p-brane LLC. Some of his past projects include working with Raspberry PI and wireless energy-harvesting sensors , an undersea power and communication junction box for an undersea observatory application, a medium voltage power supply and actuator driver, and adapting Labview software to control a 6 axis alignment robot. Before consulting, Jay worked at AT&T Bell Laboratories and Lucent Technologies designing undersea telecommunication and optical networking hardware. He co-founded Red Sky Systems which made regional undersea systems. Jay earned a Bachelors and Masters in Electrical Engineering from the University of Arizona. Jay is a Senior Member of the IEEE and the Vice-chair of the IEEE Consultants’ Network of North New Jersey (CNNNJ) and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CNNNJ Invites You to Join the Network
Founded in 1992, the IEEE Consultants Network of Northern NJ (CNNNJ) encourages and promotes the use of independent technical consultants by business and industry. The CNNNJ invites all engineers engaged in independent practice to join its ranks. For more details on member benefits and admission requirements, please visit our website at technologyontap.org.