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Lecturers

Part-time lecturers at the University of Washington's Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering.

Kristen Bengtson, Associate Tech Fellow in Production Engineering, BCA PD

MS, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Washington
MBA Management Emphasis, National American University
BS Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering, University of Illinois

Ronald Carson, Adjunct Professor, Department of Engineering & Computer Science, Seattle Pacific University

Ph.D., Nuclear Engineering, University of Washington
BS, Applied Physics, California Institute of Technology

Mark Coker

Eng D., The George Washington University
MBA, Seattle University
MS, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
BS, Industrial Engineering, University of Washington

Jennifer Diamond, Managing Consultant, Maypop Grove, Seattle

Certifications: PMP, RMP, NPDP, CCMP, LFA, 
MA, Organizational Management University of Phoenix
BA, Business/Economics University of California, Santa Barbara

Kristine Mantey

MBA, Finance, Seattle Pacific University
BA, Economics with a minor in Architecture, University of Washington

Stephen Montgomery, Director, Program Management, Microsoft

MBA, Technology Management, University of Washington
Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University
MS, Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University
BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Illinois

Charles Raplee, GoDaddy, Director M&A Platform Technical Program Manager

BS, Electrical Engineering University of Washington
AS, Technology, NSCC
PMI, PMP Certification

Tamaira Ross, Chief Engineer, Rapid Space Capabilities, Boeing Space and Launch

MBA, Technology Management, University of Washington
MS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington
MS, Aeronautics & Astronautics, Purdue University
BS, Aeronautics & Astronautics, Purdue University

James Salmon, Product Development Innovation Initiatives Leader, Boeing Company

MBA, Technology Management, University of Washington
BS, Aerospace Engineering, University of Colorado