Program AssistantRoom: ENG2 312G
Phone: (407) 823-1387
Bachelor of Science, Telecommunication, Spanish minor, University of Florida, Orlando, FL May 2009
Program Assistant, UCF IEMS Department, Orlando, FL August 2017 - Present
ESL Instructor, Berlitz Language Center, Orlando, FL December 2016 – August 2017
Sales Consultant, Whole Foods Market, Winter Park, FL November 2012 - December 2016
Witness Coordinator, Office of Public Defender, Orlando, FL September 2010 – April 2011
Waldemar Karwowski, Pegasus Professor and Chair, Department of Industrial Engineering & Management Systems, received the prestigious William Floyd Award from U.K.-based Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors on April 26, 2017. This field of engineering involves human-centered design of systems, processes and equipment developed to fit people’s natural capabilities and limitations.
Dr. Deborah Nightingale joined UCF as a University Distinguished Professor in January 2017. She is a member of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and past-president and fellow of the Institute of Industrial and System Engineers. She is the lead author of two books: "Beyond the Lean Revolution: Achieving Successful and Sustainable Enterprise Transformation" and “Architecting the Future Enterprise" and serves on a number of boards and is a frequent keynote speaker.
University Distinguished Professor, Member, National Academy of Engineering (NAE)Room: ENG2 Room 410
Phone: (407) 823-2204
Dr. Deborah Nightingale joined UCF as a University Distinguished Professor in January 2017. She is also the Principal of Nightingale Consulting, specializing in helping global organizations to implement and integrate significant enterprise-wide transformation successfully.
IEMS Senior Design students, Dusean Guerrier, Natalie Hensley, Jean Joseph, and Manuel Molina were featured in an MC Assembly video about it's intern program. MC Assembly asked the students to study one of their new aerospace product lines and propose recommendations on how to increase its efficiency and productivity. This opportunity allowed the students to have real world experience working with a manufacturing line to knowledge from the classroom to help MC Assembly improve their manufacturing process.