Meet the Experts

Our Skilled Trades Experts

Our SkillMill  online skilled trades courses are built by trusted industry experts and instructional design professionals who understand what top technicians need to know. These experts cover the foundational elements – tools, measurements, codes – and also provide real-world use cases.

Multi-Family Maintenance Expert​

Craig Bartholomew

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Construction Expert​

CHRISTOPHER BERGERS​

Electrical Expert

Paul Brunson

Commercial HVAC & Facility Maintenance Expert

Dan Clapper

Commercial HVAC Expert​

Mike Folta

Plumbing & HVAC Expert

Frank Garro

Plumbing Expert​

Thomas Hicken

Carpentry & Construction Expert​

Melody McBride

Plumbing Expert​

Ken Midgett

Solar Expert

Mark Mrohs

HVAC Expert

Tim Smith

Electrical Expert

Chad Soucy

Multi-Family Expert

Krista Washbourne

In Memoriam
Multi-Family Expert

Jeff Hazel

Multi-Family Maintenance Expert

Craig Bartholomew

"I very much enjoy working with both service teams and leadership to create an environment where the maintenance team is both mentored through training and held accountable through well-defined policy. I also work to bring technology to our service teams through the implementation of new products and platforms that will not only make the job of today’s service teams more efficient in the field but also provide better reporting and evaluation at a corporate level."

About


Craig Bartholomew serves as one of Interplay Learning’s multi-family maintenance experts. Craig began his career in the multi-family industry in 1992. With 23+ years of on-site maintenance experience, he brings a wealth of knowledge and success to diverse assets, including A+ lease-ups, conventional, mid-rise, and garden-style communities. As a leader for service teams, he enjoys working with company leadership to develop maintenance operations that provide the highest level of service for residents and a career path for service team members that keeps them engaged and challenged.


Craig is currently an independent contractor working in the multi-family industry to advance education for service teams. Craig served as Sr. Director of Maintenance and Technical Education and as a Regional Maintenance Manager for a large multi-family company in his prior roles. As a Sr. Director, Craig worked closely with leadership to develop and implement tools for service teams that reduced risk and improved efficiency. As a Regional, not only was there a component of compliance with company standards but also an opportunity to train and mentor supervisors and all service team members through one-on-one, classroom, and hands-on learning.


During his 23+ years working on-site, Craig was relied on for property takeovers, due diligence, regional maintenance training, and teaching classes in plumbing, electrical, HVAC and pool management. Craig is currently an EPA Proctor and PHTA (NSPF) Certified Instructor. Follow Craig on LinkedIn.

Accreditations


  • PHTA (Pool and Hot Tub Alliance) certified instructor
  • Trainer and Proctor for ESCO institute
  • NAA CAMT proctor
Construction Expert

Christopher Bergers

“Spend an extra 10 minutes now, and it may save you an hour later.”

About

 

Christopher Bergers hails from South Florida and serves as one of Interplay Learning’s construction experts. In 2003, at the age of 18, Christopher took an odd job in construction that his friend recommended to him and hasn’t looked back since! Over the years, he has dedicated his time to expanding his industry knowledge.


His early career began when working with Divosta Homes, where he cut his teeth on pocket doors, soffits, fascia, and seamless gutters. Then, after a few years, he searched for a bigger growth opportunity, where he found Absolute Aluminum. After just one year there, he realized he was meant for this type of work and began taking the skill more seriously. Christopher then began working at higher-end places like Mr. Build, where he remodeled homes and built glass rooms and Hardie siding. He continued building his experience at Absolute Window until he finally started his own business. Christopher was successfully self-employed for 12 years, and in that time, he developed his leadership and business skills. Christopher is a true expert; he’s always up for a good challenge, and needs to produce a finished product he can be proud of. Christopher enjoys grilling and being outdoors on his time off, particularly riding his ATV in the woods.

Electrical Expert

Paul Brunson

“Representing the skilled trades with dignity and respect is an important aspect of what I do. If we’re going to solve the skills gap, we need to approach it from all aspects. That includes everything from training and professional development to becoming role models for apprentices.”

About

Paul Brunson serves as one of Interplay Learning’s Electrical experts. Paul started his electrical career in 2005 at age 17. His first job was a Helper in New York City, where he immediately fell in love with the industry and has worked in the electrical field ever since.  Paul went on to land an apprenticeship in Connecticut, where he became a licensed journeyman electrician in 2011.  

 

After obtaining his license, he worked as an electrical and environmental systems technician in the United States Air Force.  His time in the military opened new doors and led to his first management position as an electrical foreman on several Army Corps of Engineers projects.  The Air Force also opened his eyes to how important and impactful good training can be, which led to his interest in becoming an instructor and mentor.  In 2014 Paul obtained his master electrician license and became a full-time electrical contractor.  Shortly after, he began teaching both code courses and electrical labs for local trade schools and private businesses.  

 

Paul currently works as a commercial project manager in Connecticut. Paul believes in connecting theory with practical application as the most effective way to train apprentices in the construction trades. Interplay offers an excellent opportunity to do that, and he believes that his work could help spread a positive message about careers in the skilled trades to future apprentices. Follow Paul Brunson on Linkedin.

 

Accreditations

  •  Unlimited Electrical Contractor license (Master Electrician)
  • E2 Journeyman Electrician license

Education

  • A.A.S. Aviation Maintenance Technology
  • Connecticut Electrical Apprenticeship Program
Commercial HVAC Expert

Dan Clapper

“The true impact of helping entry-level people progress faster along the journey to top-tier Service Technicians often means enabling them to potentially triple or quadruple their income and value to their organizations! In doing this, the meaning of ‘Better Careers, Better Lives’ becomes clear and incredibly fulfilling.”

About

 

Dan Clapper serves as the Commercial HVAC and Facilities Maintenance Market Director for Interplay Learning. Dan brings 25 years of experience to Interplay in a variety of roles across the HVAC market. Over the years in this space, Dan has developed a passion for helping trade professionals grow their businesses and their people. From installing boilers and HVAC equipment with his father as a teenager to sales, design, and distribution at the wholesale level, to training thousands of HVAC professionals across the country at the manufacturing level, Dan has a unique perspective on best practices.


After sending out 5,000+ free copies of his first book, “Get More HVAC Leads: 5 Must Have Strategies for 2018”, Dan realized that the biggest challenge in our industry is the skilled labor shortage, not lead generation. With tens of millions of people in the US who make less than $15/hr, HVAC and Facilities teams can build a pipeline of talent if they had better in-house training infrastructure. At Interplay, Dan now helps business owners and leaders leverage 3D simulation-based training to help attract new talent to the industry and upskill them faster and more efficiently than ever before. Follow Dan on Linkedin.

Education

 
  • Masters and Advanced Certificate at Cardone University
Commercial HVAC Expert

Lawrence Michael Folta

"Wiring diagrams, wiring diagrams, wiring diagrams!!!
I have never found a piece of equipment that I can’t diagnose with a wiring diagram and a sequence of operations."

About

 

Lawrence Folta serves as one of Interplay Learning’s Commerical HVAC experts and is a Service Manager for Executive Air in Destin, FL. With over 15 years of experience, he’s honed his skills in both commercial and residential HVAC, missile guidance testing chambers, AGE carts for F15 Eagles, hydronic pumping systems, electric motor rebuild and rewinding, and everything from walk-in coolers & freezers to commercial cooking equipment.

 

Accreditations

 
  • Licensed Mechanical contractor in FL
Plumbing & HVAC Expert

Frank Garro

"Over the years, I've learned a lot of lessons by doing things the hard way, making mistakes and going back to fix them. Interplay Learning is the best way for me to reach the most people and train them how to do their job without learning the hard way."

About

 

Frank Garro serves as a plumbing and HVAC expert for Interplay Learning. Frank began his career in the plumbing trade but eventually expanded his knowledge into the HVAC trade through early work experience. Earlier in his career, he visited an ASHRAE trade show in Chicago that gave him a unique chance to explore the inside of a rooftop unit on display that was large enough to walk inside. Immediately, he was hooked on HVAC. The experience inspired him to begin studying HVAC more in-depth at the local community college, and then 18 years later, he became the Program Chair of the HVAC department at the Fort Wayne campus of Ivy Tech.

 

As an educator, Garro is a firm believer in teaching the fundamentals, or, as he says, “the science that supports the mechanical systems we interact with every day.” He adds, “If you understand the how and the why behind the way mechanical things work, there are no limits to what you can do, and your value (earning potential) will continually increase.” Over the years, Frank has taught a variety of formats, from one-on-one apprenticeship training to classroom and lab environments, and has even developed his own course materials. Frank feels that the biggest thing a technician can gain from training is confidence – something Interplay Learning’s unique training experiences instill. “In my early days as a technician, when I would approach a piece of equipment I had never seen before, I would stare at it like a deer in headlights. “I believe we can take the intimidation out of learning complex concepts, accelerate the productivity of new employees, and expose more seasoned technicians to things they have not yet encountered in the field.” Follow Frank on LinkedIn.

 

Accreditations

 

  • Associate Professor and HVAC Program Chair, Ivy Tech Community College
  • Owner, Consolidated Mechanical Services
  • Licensed Mechanical Contractor
  • Licensed Plumbing Contractor
  • Licensed Electrical Contractor
  • Six Sigma Yellow Belt, 2016
  • State Curriculum Chair, 2017-20

Education

 

  • BS, Building Construction Management, Purdue University
  • MS, Career and Technical Education, Purdue University

Professional Achievements

 

  • ATEA (American Technical Education Association) 2022 Innovation in Technical Education Award winner
  • Removing Barriers in CTE Courses for Special Needs Learners.
  • Reaching High School Students with CTE – Construction Trades Education.
  • Setting up college based and high school based dual credit for Mechanical Construction Trades in the greater Fort Wayne, IN region.
  • Developing a Program Website to Encourage Student Involvement and Increase Retention Rates.
Plumbing Expert

Thomas T. Hicken

"Every effort in the plumbing trade contributes to the single purpose of delivering customer peace of mind."

About


Thomas is a plumbing contractor living in Cache Valley, Utah, and serves as one of Interplay Learning’s plumbing experts.  In his years of plumbing experience, he has been involved in commercial and industrial projects, residential plumbing, and service plumbing.  His view and understanding of the plumbing trade are comprehensive.  


In addition to his plumbing work, Thomas has been involved as a plumbing instructor at Bridgerland Technical College since 2008, where he has prepared apprentices to take and pass their journeyman test. In 2020, he sold a major portion of his business to take the position of Apprenticeship Department Head at Bridgerland.  He now oversees the instructors and manages the apprenticeship program while continuing to teach as an instructor himself.  He is fully committed to helping apprentices achieve their full potential.  

To share his plumbing experience, Thomas has started a channel on YouTube called Plumber-Tom, where he posts informative and entertaining videos.  His constant effort and desire are to help others understand and love plumbing as much as he does.   


Plumbing is important to Thomas, but his experience and success in plumbing are a vehicle to provide for what he really loves – his family.  With his wife and nine children, Thomas runs a small hobby farm where they raise animals and keep a garden.  Thomas’s other hobbies include drawing, playing guitar, foundry metal crafts, and carpentry.  Follow Thomas Hicken on LinkedIn.


Accreditations


  • 21 years in the Plumbing Industry
  • Licensed Master Plumber and Plumbing Contractor
  • Instructor for plumbing apprentices at Bridgerland Technical College for 12 years
  • Authorized instructor for plumbing continuing education for the state of Utah
  • BS Degree Business Management University of Phoenix 2006
  • Manager and producer of informative content on Plumber-Tom YouTube Channel
  • Author of “2022 Journeyman Plumber: Contractor Exam Prep,” available on Amazon.

Education


  •  BS Business Management University of Phoenix 2006
  •  Completed Plumbing Apprenticeship at Bridgerland Technical College 2006
Carpentry & Construction Expert

Melody McBride

"Dedicated to empowering young people.
Driven to share a passion for building a better world.
One project, one person at a time."

About


Melody McBride serves as one of Interplay Learning’s construction experts. With over 35 years of experience in the construction industry and 15 years in workforce development, Melody has an unmatched passion for developing a stronger skilled workforce. She has a Master’s in Leadership and Organizational Development focused on Adult Learning from Saint Joseph’s University and a breadth of experience in mentoring and coaching, program development, team building, and effective communication.  Follow Melody McBride on LinkedIn.

Accreditations


  • Journeyman Carpenter
  • CTE teaching license
  • NCCER Instructor  

Education


  • Carpenters Local 104 apprenticeship 1988-1992
  •  Wright State University
Plumbing Expert

Kenneth J. Midgett

“College is not the only choice or answer for your future career. Learning a skilled trade and shaping a career with a skill that no one can take away from you and will never be outsourced could be one of the most important choices you will ever make.”

About

 

Ken Midgett serves as the Plumbing Market Director at Interplay Learning. He has been in the plumbing and heating industry for over 40 years and has worked in every facet of the industry. Ken has owned two successful PHCC businesses, is a licensed Master Plumber and is a two-time national award-winning educator in plumbing and heating CTE classrooms. Ken has a 100% placement rate into the industry for all eligible Seniors from his program. He was also noted throughout the CTE industry for including non-traditional workers in his classroom, including young women, whom he’s also helped place into the workforce.

 

Ken is passionate about the skilled trades and continues to stay active in PHCCNA, PCCCPA, and his local PHCCLV associations as an executive board member. This role has allowed him to continue his greatest passion, the mentoring and coaching of young apprentices in the field. Follow Ken on LinkedIn.

 

Accreditations

 
  • Licensed Master Plumber
  • EPA 608 Certificate
  • ASSE Certified Backflow

Education

 
  • Gen Ed
  • Vocational I and II Certificate

Professional Achievements

 
  • C Thomas Olivo Award 2013
  • NAPHCC Plumbing Instructor of the Year 2019
Solar Expert

Mark Mrohs

"I think solar technology is one of those few things in our modern world that inspires everyone."

About


  • 40+ years in solar PV
  • Degrees in Physics and Educational Psychology & Instructional Technology
  • Instructed 1000+ installers and engineers in 26 countries

Mark Mrohs serves as Interplay Learning’s Solar expert. He works with our team of designers, programmers, and 3D artists to create a full curriculum on residential solar. A photovoltaics expert and experienced instructor, Mark has worked in the industry his entire life. In fact, his love of high school physics led him to take a summer gig as a technician at Spectrolab in the company’s burgeoning solar cell R&D department. After high school graduation, the company hired Mark, and the rest is history.

Mark brings unbridled energy and a passion for solar (which he enthusiastically describes as “magical, awesome physics”) and its benefits to users and the Interplay team. “There’s just something so great about seeing a house electric meter spin BACKWARDS and a homeowner’s eyes going wide with delight, wonder, and satisfaction.”



Mark is a huge proponent of VR training for technical trades like solar installation and maintenance. “I love the fact that Interplay decided to jump all into doing everything in VR as well as for computer screens and that we are right at the front of the wave of this VR revolution,” Mark says. “For me, having done years of training in specialized classrooms with heavy, expensive equipment, I immediately see the benefit of being able to simulate hands-on activity in the virtual world – you can do it anywhere in the world, and you can update to the latest equipment easily and inexpensively, you can train on dozens of scenarios that you might never get to see in a training class, you get to use your whole body and mind and so you really ‘get it’ much better than through lecture, and it’s super fun!” Follow Mark Mrohs on LinkedIn.


Accreditations


  • Training Director for ARCO Solar, Siemens Solar, Astropower, SunPower and SunEdison
  • Member of the NABCEP Exam Review Committee
  • Program Manager and Lead Instructor, 1st World Bank-funded national photovoltaic training program in India

Education

 

  • B.S., Physics, Harvey Mudd College
  • Masters, Instructional Technology and Educational Psychology, USC

Awards

 

  • Institute for Sustainable Power Mark C. Fitzgerald Memorial Award
  • SunPower Corp. Excellence in Training Award
  • IREC Special Recognition Award
HVAC Expert

Tim Smith

"I believe that to be a successful HVAC technician; it's important to learn and master fundamentals and good reading comprehension skills. With the rapid advancement in technology within the HVAC field, the best technicians are the ones who have learned to learn. Cementing your understanding of the fundamentals of refrigeration, electrical theory, and combustion will help the HVAC technician install, service, diagnose and repair almost any system out there."

About


  • 32 years in the HVAC Industry
  • BPI Certified Building Analyst, Heating Professional, and AC/Heat Pump Professional
  • President of Smith & Associates, specializing in tech training and certifications

Tim Smith serves as one of Interplay Learning’s HVAC experts. Tim began his career in the HVAC industry in 1986 as a Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic at the Albany Stratton VA Medical Center. There, he serviced and repaired various commercial refrigeration and air conditioning systems, including commercial ice machines, ultra-low temperature freezers, and industrial water chillers. 

 

In mid-1988, he went to work for Mechanical Testing Inc. as a sales engineer and chief estimator. In this position, he provided estimates, as well as plan and spec bidding for air and hydronic balancing contracts and clean room certification and commissioning throughout the US and Canada. 

 

In August 1989, he became a refrigeration and HVAC instructor at Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) in Troy, NY, where he developed curriculum, secured equipment donations, and designed and installed a new HVAC laboratory in 2000. For over 30 years, Tim has taught various HVAC, refrigeration, and controls courses within the degree program. In September 2019, he retired from HVCC but returned as an adjunct professor in January 2020, eventually attaining the rank of Professor Emeritus upon retirement.

 

In 1993, Tim started his own consulting company, Smith & Associates. His company is still active today, providing in-house training and certification for HVAC and refrigeration technicians throughout the Northeast US. In addition, Smith & Associates also provides residential energy audits and energy-saving recommendations to clients within the Capital District of New York state. Tim’s company has also provided EPA 608 and R410a safety training to over 10,000 technicians in the Northeast US.

 

These days, Tim’s primary focus is to serve as an HVAC subject matter expert for Interplay Learning. Since 2014, he’s been working with Interplay, assisting in developing various video courses and simulations. “I knew from day one that Interplay was on the cutting edge of educational technology.” Follow Tim Smith on LinkedIn.

 

Accreditations


  • President of Smith & Associates, providing HVACR Technical Training, Certification Testing, and Residential Energy Audits from 1993 to Present
  • Assistant Professor Heating Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technical Services, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy New York August 1990 to Present
  • BPI Certified Building Analyst, Heating Professional and AC/Heat Pump Professional

Education


  • B.S., Technical Education State University of New York at Oswego
  • Accredited, AOS Heating Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technical Services. Hudson Valley Community College
Electrical Expert ​

Chad Soucy

"My role here at Interplay Learning is to build robust electrical training experiences with all the tools & technology available; it’s a dream come true! I believe my field-experience enhances my ability to deliver self-directed learning." ​

About

 
  • 30 years experience in the electrical trade
  • Master Electrician
  • Licenses; construction electrical, Industrial electrician, Industrial Instrumentation technician trades
  • 5 plus years as electrical instructor and Online course developer
  • Experienced Electrical safety Instructor (NFPA 70e, NEC)

Chad serves as an Electrical expert for Interplay Learning. Throughout his career, he has been fortunate enough to work in several aspects of the electrical industry. Starting out rewiring houses with his dad and uncle, Chad’s early experience led him to become a contractor, rewiring apartment buildings, stores, and offices. Chad then went on to join the IBEW. In his earlier career, he spent a lot of time traveling throughout the United States; Pickney High School in Ann Arbor MI, Hy-Vee grocery store in Lincoln NE, apartment complexes in St.Paul MI, and commissioning electrical systems and instruments at a local refinery. Chad continued on with his training and actually ended up traveling for most of his career as an electrician. Eventually, all that travel landed him a great new opportunity in 2012 as an electrical apprenticeship instructor.

 

Chad prides himself on always being his best and bringing the best out in his co-workers and students. He’s a dedicated, hard worker; consistently improving, and practicing adult learning theories combined with NFPA 70(E), NEC and trade practices. Chad continuously adds to his skillset and is committed to electrical safety and sound adult learning theories. These are what represents his core values, grounded with a growth mindset of a lifelong learner. Follow Chad on LinkedIn.

 

Accreditations

 
  • IBEW Training Trustee
  • IBEW Health & Wellness Trustee
  • IBEW EEAP Trustee
  • Mike Holt train the trainer

Education

 
  • Grande Prairie Regional College Online Course Developer
  • Grande Prairie Regional College Master Electrician
  • NBCCSJ Construction/Industrial Electrician
  • NBCCSJ Instrumentation technician
  • NBCCSJ Maine state electrical license
  • ATS computer programming
  • Vancouver career college Adult Ed
  • York University MEAE

Professional Achievements

 
  • Founder of IBEW local 502, Training center
  • Developed a dual credit program for Northern Lights College
  • Developed the E&I training program for Northern Lights College
Multi-Family Expert

KRISTA WASHBOURNE

"My passion has always been to help people be engaged at work–giving extra effort because they're happy to do so–growing and supported. My goal with Interplay is to facilitate this by offering expertise around career pathing, adoption, and long-term best practices. When teams feel supported by their leaders, they're also connected to their companies, co-workers, and customers and willing to stay longer to give more."​

About


Krista Washbourne serves as Interplay’s Director of Sales Operations and Multi-family expert. Her successful career began in multi-family training over 20 years ago, working with companies such as Fairfield, Greystar, Gables, and most recently, as Lincoln Property Company’s VP of Learning and Talent Development.


With a deep understanding of what it takes to recruit, hire, onboard, engage and retain maintenance associates, Krista aids Interplay in rollouts of new content, content creation, and curation. She also focuses on structuring multi-family learning paths and content that accommodates faster onboarding, role growth, and expediting promotions.


Her passion has always been to help people feel engaged at work while facilitating the support necessary for their growth. Her goal with Interplay is to offer her expertise in career pathing, training adoption, and long-term training usage best practices. When teams feel supported by their leaders, they’re also connected to their companies, co-workers, and customers, leading to better retention. Follow Krista on LinkedIn.


Education:

 
  • BS, Double Major in Psychology and Journalism from Kansas State University
  • Numerous certifications through ATD, Gallup, Zenger-Folkman Coaching Program, and American Marketing Association

Professional Achievements

 
  • Member, Association for Talent Development
  • Member, SHRM
  • CAM and NALP Trainer
  • Former Chairman of Education Committee and Active member of the Austin Apartment Association
In Memoriam​
Multi-Family Expert

JEFF HAZEL ​

"Education is the backbone of life and empowering people through knowledge makes me feel good as a person. At the end of the day, we’re not looking for people to just fill a job, we’re looking for them to have a rewarding career and feel better about themselves."

About


Jeff Hazel (1968-2021) joined Interplay Learning as a multi-family and training consultant in 2020.


He served as the Service Training Manager at Edward Rose & Sons and was a top multi-family training and development expert with decades of experience.

With an unmatched ability to optimize the bottom line, Jeff skillfully created and implemented highly effective corporate training programs that not only greatly increased revenue but meaningful decreased operational costs.


Jeff prided himself in his ability to foster a deep culture of learning among his maintenance staff and trailblazed the industry with his unique approach to talent and career development.

HVAC Expert

Tim Smith

"I authored an entirely new curriculum, one that reflected current changes and technology in the industry. I believe Interplay is on the cutting edge when it comes to technical education, and I love being a part of it."

About

  • 32 years in the HVAC Industry
  • BPI Certified Building Analyst, Heating Professional and AC/Heat Pump Professional
  • President of Smith & Associates, specializing in tech training and certifications

Tim Smith, an Interplay Learning HVAC Expert fell into HVAC work a bit by accident. After losing his job as a hotel and restaurant manager, he leaned on a lifelong love of (and talent for) fixing electrical and mechanical systems to fuel a career shift, enrolling in an HVAC/R program at Hudson Valley Community College. He found the work interesting, challenging and he was great at it. Twenty-nine years later, after working in the field for a few decades, he returned to teach at his alma mater, serving as Senior Professor. Now helps shepherd techs through our VR and 3D HVAC learning modules as well.

 

Tim believes that HVAC professionals that truly excel are those who are at their core good communicators, able to relate to customers, have good reading comprehension and math skills, and are consummate professionals. Most of all, he believes that great techs are at their core problem solvers.

 

Connectedly, he’s a big believer in up-to-date training as a key step to becoming a better technician. “When I came to teach at Hudson Valley Community College, the HVAC Refrigeration program was very dated,” he says. “I authored an entirely  new curriculum, one that reflected current changes and technology in the industry. I believe Interplay is on the cutting edge when it comes to technical education, and I love being a part of it.”

 

Accreditations

  • President of Smith & Associates, providing HVACR Technical Training, Certification Testing and Residential Energy Audits 1993 to Present
  • Assistant Professor Heating Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technical Services, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy New York August 1990 to Present
  • BPI Certified Building Analyst, Heating Professional and AC/Heat Pump Professional

Education

  • B.S., Technical Education State University of New York at Oswego
  • Accredited, AOS Heating Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technical Services. Hudson Valley Community College