ELE-1394 has 37 years of active experience as an electrical and general contractor. This includes work on maintenance and construction projects for such employers as the County of Los Angeles, Aron Electric, Hughes Tool Corporation, Bethlehem Steel, and Chrysler. He is a professor of electrical technology and an instructor and guest lecturer on topics of construction and associated industries. In 1991 he organized the construction management curricula and certificate program for a Southern California college. He is a contributing editor for Electrical Contractor, the monthly journal of the National Electrical Contractors Association. He also consults on electrical theory curricula for SnapZ Software, a computer-assisted instructional program.
M.A., Vocational Education, California State University, Long Beach
B.A., Vocational Education, California State University, Long Beach
Indentured Apprenticeship, Construction Electrician, State of New York
Electricians Mate School, U.S. Navy