New staff members seem to be a common theme in my blog topics and this one is not any different! This summer we have hired 3 new full time staff members and 6 new intern/co-ops.
Meet the newest members of the MYNAH team:
Allison has a B.S. in Psychology from Missouri State University. As a Support Associate, her responsbilities include coordination of office activities, management of MYNAH's network applications, and handling administrative and licensing support tickets.
Welcome aboard, Allison!
Matt has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and minor in Chemistry from the Missouri University of Science & Technology. His responsibilities include supporting MYNAH customers in their use of Mimic Simulatiion Software and Industrial Ethernet Interfaces.
Welcome to the MYNAH team, Matt!
Zach has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a minor in Chemistry from the Missouri University of Science & Technology. His responsibilies include the design, implementation and testing of dynamic simulation for operator training and control system testing, as well as on-site and internet consulting and support of Mimic users. Zach was a Simulation Project Co-Op for MYNAH from June 2011-Dec 2011.
Welcome back, Zach!
Tony has a B.S in Computer Engineering and is currently pursuing his masters in Computer Engineering at the Missouri University of Science & Technology. He is an intern at MYNAH under the Product Development team, supporting MYNAH's developers with the on-going maintenance/upgrades to our Mimic Simulation Software.
Tim is currently pursuing a degree in Chemical Engineering at the Missouri University of Science & Technology. He joins our Simulation Project team in dynamic simulation development.
Adam graduated in the Spring with a B.S. in Mechanical Engneering from the Missouri University of Science and Technology with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. He joins our Simulation Project team in dynamic simulation development.
Eric is currently pursuing a B.S. in Chemical Engineering at the Missouri University of Science & Technology. Eric joins our Simulation Project team supporting MYNAH's Simulation Project team in dynamic simulation development. This is Eric's third summer interning at MYNAH and will be joining us as a full time Simulation Project Engineer when he graduates this December.
Andrew is currently pursuing a B.S. in Chemical Engineering at the Missouri University of Science & Technology. Andrew joins our Simulation Project team supporting MYNAH's Simulation Project team in dynamic simulation development. Andrew was a Simulation Project Co-Op in 2012.
Kevin is pursuing his B.S. in Marketing at the University of Missouri. While at MYNAH, Kevin will be supporting the Marketing team in maintenance of www.mynah.com, development of marketing materials, management of social media and special events.
"We are thrilled to have these nine young professionals as part of our team", said Mart Berutti, President/COO of MYNAH, "We look forward to all of these talented individuals making an immediate, positive impact at MYNAH."
Please join me in welcoming Allison, Matt, Zach, Tony, Tim, Adam, Eric, Andrew and Kevin!
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