Maurissa D’Angelo is the Chief Executive Officer at D’Angelo Technologies, LLC and an adjunct professor at Wright State University. Dr. D’Angelo currently holds an American Society of Quality Six Sigma Green Belt certification, received her B.S. in Biomedical Engineering (Polymers/Biomaterials) from Case Western Reserve University, and her M.S. and PhD in Human Factors/Biomedical Engineering from Wright State University. Dr. D’Angelo has significant experience leading teams to implement radically innovative changes that transform the state-of-the-art to help DoD and commercial customers continue to operate as a dynamic and elite team. She enjoys understanding how people learn and delivering the proper training mechanism to best foster that learning.
In addition to serving as Chief Technology Officer at D’Angelo Technologies, LLC, Mr. Joseph D’Angelo serves as an adjunct professor at Wright State University. Mr. D’Angelo currently holds an American Society of Quality Six Sigma Black Belt Certification, received his B.E. in Electrical Engineering from Pratt Institute, his M.A. in Mathematics from Central Connecticut State University, his M.B.A. from the University of Massachusetts, and his M.S. in Electro-Optics from the University of Dayton. Mr. D’Angelo has over thirty-five years of experience formulating innovative approaches to technical problems, is experienced in technology planning, and has significant experience in electro-optics, electronics, and chemical industries. Mr. D’Angelo mentors senior design engineering students and his grandchildren by building devices, gadgets, mechanisms, machines, and contraptions with them.
Nate has B.S. and M.S. degrees in Industrial and Human Factors engineering from Wright State University and more than 13 years as an ASE master certified automotive mechanic. He also holds a Six Sigma Green Belt certification from IISE and is working to secure his skydive "A" license. Nate has a passion for all things mechanical and a knack for electrical and software design as well, but his forte is in rapid prototype design and development.